Let CUHSD Seniors Decorate Our Caps!
Graduation. Perhaps the happiest time in an 18 year old's life. After 12 years of projects, homework and tests, the hard work has finally paid off. He or she is now college and/or occupation bound. Whether it be straight to the work force, a community college, state school, UC, out of state school, private school or studying abroad, the next step is clearly the start of a bright future for that young person's life. The future may be vast and unknown, but now is the time to conquer it head on- and the future can be shown on our heads as well! Decorated graduation caps are often worn as a symbol of the future to come. A symbol of the reward we have achieved after working diligently to get here. A symbol of not only the success we have achieved, but the success that will follow us. Despite all of the celebratory meaning behind wearing a decorated graduation cap, the CUHSD school board has banned Branham High School students from decorating their caps. We want to show them that this is a right that we have earned. We want to show the world (or at least the stands watching graduation at each CUHSD High School) how far we have come, as well as where we are going to continue our success. Please join me in showing them how passionate we are about wearing decorated caps. Also, share this with friends and family attending graduation who would love to see you wear your earned symbol of achievement on your head.