Ogio Midtown Carrying Case Messenger Bag for 15" Notebook in Red
Personalized Bucket List
Meteorite Moon Rock Gift
J. Fold Roadster Slimfold
Personalized Alphabet Art with Wooden 5-Openings Matted Picture Frame
Nike College Icon Legend (Michigan State) Men's T-Shirt - Gorge Green
Acer Aspire Ultrabook/Tablet - 11.6&quot;
Full Dozen Hand Dipped Gourmet Strawberries
Nike Players True (Arizona) Adjustable Hat - Blue
Nixon 'The 42-20 Chrono' Watch
Personalized Copy of Emma
World Scratch Map
Personalized Alphabet Art Wooden 7-Openings Matted Picture Frame
Rosetta Stone Chinese Level 1 Interactive Language Learning Software
Personalized Washington Post Football Book
Personalized Washington Post Baseball Book
Nike Players Game Day True (Oregon) Adjustable Hat - Gorge Green
One Month Oyster Subscription
Middle Earth Fan Art Poster Set
The Orbit Wirelesss Speaker System
Sea Salt n' Cracked Pepper Popcorn Tin
Angels & Emeralds Rose Gold Small Angel Wing Necklace
Personalized Copy of Pride & Prejudice
Cheesecake Trio & Half Dozen Milk and Dark Strawberries
They’re putting their high school years behind them and donning their caps and gowns for graduation. If you know a teen getting ready for this big day you’re probably starting to think about a graduation gift.
Treat the teen to a lovely piece of jewelry commemorating her high school graduation. A beautiful necklace or bracelet with a saying to inspire her. Or choose a piece that can be engraved with your own message. Would the grad like to extend her language skills or learn a new one? Get her a set of interactive foreign language software. C’est très cool.
Congratulate the graduate with a traditional pen and pencil set engraved with his name and graduation date. No matter how digital we get, having a fashionable pen or pencil is always a mark of style. Or help the teen leave high school behind and get dapper for adulthood by buying him a trendy groomer kit.
Many teens will be heading off to college and moving into a dorm room which can be noisy. A pair of noise-cancelling headphones could make studying easier. Consider a bedside caddy to keep important papers, magazines and other personal items from getting mixed up with any roommate’s things. And that ever dependable alarm called mom and dad probably won’t be around to wake the teen anymore, so a cool alarm clock will help get them to class on time.
Reward the teen who is graduating high school with a special gift in recognition of all their hard work.