Decorated graduation caps dominate high school and college commencements

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It's graduation season, time to celebrate your accomplishments and embrace the exciting road ahead. Many high school and college students are putting a creative touch on their big day with personalized graduation caps. Whether your designs are triumphant or hilarious, share your decorated graduation caps here, and they might be published in Newsday and/or on Newsday.com.

The Sky's the limit! Photo credit: Tyler Yarema

The Sky's the limit! Photo credit: Tyler Yarema

W.C. Mepham High School graduates Katherine Carron, left,
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W.C. Mepham High School graduates Katherine Carron, left, and Francesca Cencioni show off their decorated caps at commencement, Sunday, June 25, 2017.

Some Brentwood High School students display their personal
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Some Brentwood High School students display their personal flair on their graduation caps at the school on Sunday, June 25, 2017.

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Brentwood High School students graduate at the school
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Brentwood High School students graduate at the school on Sunday, June 25, 2017.

From left, Division Avenue High School seniors Daniela
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From left, Division Avenue High School seniors Daniela Perdomo, Jamie Alvino and Samantha Medak-Carreras show caps they decorated like many Levittown Class of 2017 graduates during the 58th annual commencement exercises.

The Bayport-Blue Point High School Class of 2017
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The Bayport-Blue Point High School Class of 2017 celebrated its commencement on Saturday, June 24, 2017.

Female grads proudly show where they are headed
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Female grads proudly show where they are headed on back of their caps during the Paul D. Schreiber High School Class of 2017 graduation commencement exercises, held at Paul D. Schreiber High School on Thursday, June 22, 2017.

A graduating senior dons a Paul D. Schreiber
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A graduating senior dons a Paul D. Schreiber High School Class of 2017 cap during graduation commencement exercises, held at Paul D. Schreiber High School on Thursday, June 22, 2017.

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Erica Brosnan made this cap, inspired by NBC?s
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reader photosErica BrosnanErica Brosnan made this cap, inspired by NBC?s ?The Office,? for her 2017 graduation from Hofstra University with a B.A. in journalism.

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reader photosNew York"When you're about to graduate from college but you're still a kid at heart. Kachow!" - Matthew Conklin's cap for his graduation from St. Francis College in 2017 with bachelors in Communication Arts: Digital Media.

Now hotter by one degree!
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reader photosColette Collins, Point Look OutNow hotter by one degree!

This cap, featuring a quote from Michael Scott
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reader photosGabriella CiuffetelliThis cap, featuring a quote from Michael Scott from NBC?s ?The Office,? was created by Gabriella Ciuffetelli for her 2017 graduation from Hofstra University.

Geena Campisi made this graduation cap in 2017
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reader photosGeena CampisiGeena Campisi made this graduation cap in 2017 before graduating from St. Joseph's College in Brooklyn with a double major in Child Study and Speech Pathology.

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This cap was decorated for Purchase College's graduation
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reader photosRachel W, OakdaleThis cap was decorated for Purchase College's graduation with a quote from the book "Hamilton: The Revolution" by Jeremy McCarter.

Graduation 2016
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Graduation 2016

Anahita Pardiwalla graduated from The University of Texas
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reader photos40 Acres Photography, Austin, TXAnahita Pardiwalla graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2016 with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and an Interdisciplinary certificate in Human Rights and Social Justice. Her cap reads, "Now Hotter By 1 Degree"

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