It depends how you are related to them or if they are jus your friend and how old of a friend.
Depends on how much you can afford. It is quite acceptable to give $100 -much more depending on what you want them to do with it. The money could be used to go towards buying a car or saved up to buy text books for university.
In my country of Kazakhstan, I got 3 bags of human pubis and 5 prostitutes for graduating high school. I like very much.
Well I am on my 3rd graduation and for some reason $100 is my magic number as far as gift carts and money cards received goes.
Family friends $50 is about the norm
For someone graduating from law school, below are some meaningful and thoughtful gift ideas. One should never worry about the amount of money spent as it should fit your budget as opposed to worrying about the appropriate amount.
The average amount of money would be anywhere between 60 and 80 dollars
I would say most is $50
Many people give money as a graduation gift. For triplets, that could get costly. It would be a great idea to get the triplets something that speaks to their individuality, or perhaps to their individual school or career choices that will follow graduation.
you have to pay a lot of money $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
The answer depends on family and community customs. Where I grew up, nobody celebrated eighth graduation nor thought about giving presents for it. Eighth grade was no different from 6th or 7th. However, if you get an 8th-grade diploma and there is a graduation ceremony to which you are invited, a gift may be appropriate. I see no especial reason why it should be money. Money is generally rather a thoughtless gift, but takes no time to pick out. If you are in the habit of giving gifts to this person and he always writes a thank-you note and expresses appreciation, give him your usual amount, assuming you have it to give.
No. There are several reasons why you may be kept from graduation. One is if you failed the coursework and don't meet graduation requirements. The thinking is that a person who doesn't meet the requirements should not be awarded for failure. A second reason is if you got into trouble at school and were expelled. This means you are not a student in the school and can not graduate with your class. Finally, some schools will keep students from graduation if they owe money to the school ( colleges do this all the time).
I would recommend Young Money.
at least $1500 you if u want them to be able to get a car don't you.50-100 is a good amount anything more would be very generous. It may be wise to consult with the grads parents on the amount you wish to give.
Sure. Personally, I give a US Savings Bond to be given to the child at graduation or 18th birthday . It is a tidy sum by then.