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Graduating in Sunshine

Graduate Girl Dress StudentIt feels like this has taken forever, but I can finally write this post. After 3 years of blood, sweat and tears, I can finally call myself a graduate of the Danish Gymnasium and wear my student cap with pride.

Though it has been 3 interesting years where I have been lucky to learn something new every day, either from my classes or from the people I got to know, it was a great relief when the cap was finally placed on my head. It has in many ways been some great years, but it has definitely also been a lot of work.

Surprisingly, even though I have longed to write this post for so long, I can’t find much to say. It’s funny how those things goes.

One thing I can say, though, is that I’m looking forward to being able to focus on the things I enjoy to do. I will finally have the time to read and write, and not put my work as a writer second to everything else. Most of all, I’m looking forward to being able to reply to my emails before I have 50 waiting for me!

Though I have enjoyed being out celebrating with my classmates and friends this last week, I can’t say I haven’t been longing for just being able to relax now when it’s all over. I guess those 50 or so emails(Maybe it’s really 87… Shuuu!) can wait for a little while longer…

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  1. I learnt that student cap color is according to the school attended. Could you pls share with me which school use which color?

    1. The red one(the one I’m wearing), is for the normal Gymnasium. The normal Gymnasium focuses on academic studies, like languages and Social Studies, while the technical Gymnasium(with the blue cap ribbon) has classes like Design and Computer Science.
      There’s quite a few other student caps for different schools, but those two are the traditional ones, the red one being the only original student cap. If you’re an exchange student, you can get a ribbon with flags on it.
      Hope that clear things up a bit!

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