Monthly Archives: June 2019

GRADUATION IS A BITTERSWEET TIME OF NEW BEGINNINGS

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The month of May is always an exciting time across every campus of Georgia Military College. It’s when we recognize, honor, and congratulate graduates from the Prep School, Junior College, and Corps of Cadets. How lucky are we to have a hand in the future of so many across the state – and in so many ways?

The GMC Family is sincerely grateful to be able to provide a character-based head start for so many new beginnings for such a variety of students and cadets, and stages in life. Our graduates include high school seniors, junior college sophomores, and Corps cadet scholars.

Graduation can be a bittersweet time for graduates. Soon they will leave behind family, friends, and all that is familiar to venture out into a new world of opportunities and possibilities. Alas, every ending is a new beginning.

My wife, Stephanie, and I are among the many proud parents of GMC graduates this year. Our daughter, Anna, is a member of the Prep School Class of 2019. She will soon leave home – and all that is familiar – to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Other GMC Prep School and Corps of Cadets graduates will also go on to attend a U.S. military service academy. While still others will choose to start classes at a four-year university, enter the military, or begin a rewarding career.

No matter which next step in life our graduates decide to take, we are immensely proud of each and every one. What’s more, everyone in the GMC Family should take great pride in having a hand in helping to prepare them to go forth fearlessly to face new beginnings and build bright futures.

Congratulations to all of our GMC graduates! Your hard work, determination, and dedication have paid off. On behalf of everyone at GMC, I wish each of you nothing but continued success and all the best in your years ahead.

You did it! Hoo-ah!