If your family has a child waiting on an acceptance letter, you are all too familiar with the emotional roller coaster that comes with the application process. Tears are shed and sleep is lost but eventually you hear that celebratory shriek following the rip of an envelope that makes the ride worthwhile.
Friday, May 1st was officially dubbed "College Signing Day" by the first lady to push higher education to the forefront for all high school students. The posts of gleeful excitement from kids across America who have ripped open their acceptance letters and made their college decision have been rolling in with the hashtag #ReachHigher in line with FLOTUS' campaign.
- The First Lady (@FLOTUS) April 30, 2015
Scroll through to share in the joy of these students as they head towards greater opportunities in the next chapter of life.
- MishEllen (@MiShady_Lady) April 30, 2015
A photo posted by Kathleen Langley (@katlangley) on Apr 29, 2015 at 5:10pm PDT
- James T. Minor, Ph.D (@JT_Minor) April 29, 2015
- New York University (@nyuniversity) April 29, 2015
Woman Crush Wednesday goes out to @ericablairxo and all the beautiful ladies in #duke2019 ! #reachhigher #committed #wcw #womancrushwednesday #wnytakesdurham #loveher #dukies #gobluedevils #futurehome
A photo posted by Mariví Howell-Arza (@heyyymarv) on Apr 29, 2015 at 1:00pm PDT
- Duke University (@DukeU) April 29, 2015
- IDEA Public Schools (@IDEAschools) April 29, 2015
A photo posted by Kylee DiMaggio (@kylee_dimaggio) on Apr 27, 2015 at 5:19pm PDT
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