36 of the best graduation gifts you can give to upcoming high school or college grads
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- Graduation season gives friends and family the opportunity to make a big life change - like graduating from school and entering a career - easier and better.
- Whether they're leaving high school, college, or a master's program, below are 36 gifts to get you started.
- Need more gift ideas? We also have a guide for college graduation gifts for him, for her, and graduation gifts under $100.
Graduation season is here, and both college and high school students are likely feeling all the joy and sadness that habitually comes along with one life chapter ending and another opening up.With new jobs, responsibilities, and living arrangements comes a host of exciting opportunities and new responsibilities to navigate. But it doesn't necessarily come with the ideal budget.
Family members and friends are able to celebrate their graduate's accomplishments at the same time as they try to select gifts that commemorate their graduate's experience and, hopefully, make the next few foundational years a little easier to acclimate to. As a recent graduate myself, I can say your gifts (whether hyper-practical or sentimental) will have a big impact.
With that in mind, I've rounded up 36 of the best graduation gifts you can give.
If you're looking for more graduation gift ideas this spring, we have you covered:
- 25 graduation gifts under $100 for the Class of 2018
- 25 college graduation gifts for her
- 25 college graduation gifts for him
- 21 high school graduation gifts for her
- 30 high school graduation gifts for him
- 18 last-minute gifts that are still thoughtful and unique
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