Best Instagram Captions to Use If You're Graduating During Quarantine

Since the start of quarantine, it became pretty clear that parties, weddings and graduations probably weren't going to happen.

We know, it sucks. If you're graduating this year, you've been looking forward to your graduation day for four years, only to have it seemingly yanked out from under you. However, since we're all pretty innovative, we're hoping you've found a way to celebrate your incredible success. Keep scrolling for the best Instagram captions to use if you're graduating during quarantine:

For when you want to show off your sense of humor:

"To all of you who said I wouldn't be walking down the aisle to get my diploma: You were right, lol!"

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For that picture of you in your cap and gown:

"I'm so proud of us, class of 2020! Against all odds, we were able to make it here."

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For when you post a pic with your fam:

"Definitely not the graduation I imagined, but thankful to have my wonderful family by my side through it all."

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For that pic of you in your grad cap:

"I couldn't have done it without my wonderful teachers! But most importantly: my sanity."

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For when you post a throwback of you and your classmates:

"Even though we didn't get a typical sendoff into the real world, I wouldn't change a thing. Congrats class of 2020!"

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For that photo of you and your classmates celebrating graduation on Zoom:

"Quarantine couldn't stop us from graduating… looking forward to seeing what the future holds!"

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For when you show off your gorgeous graduation pics:

"Never thought I'd finish my final class from the comfort of my own home. Here's to the class of 2020!"

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