WASHINGTON – The first lady told graduating seniors of a Washington, D.C. high school to believe in themselves.
At her second and final commencement address this year, Michelle Obama spoke to the graduating class of Washington Mathematics Science Technology public charter high school.
The school has a 99-percent graduation rate and most will go on to college.
Mrs. Obama urged them to remember this day and to not let their hard work go to waste.
The first lady presented diplomas to the 95 graduates, while the students presented Mrs. Obama with a crystal vase.