Plus, Frank Warren is his graduation speaker, so that's neat, too.
I have to say, I'm really worried about my bro. He's always had trouble in school: first, because he had undiagnosed learning disorders until a teacher told my parents to get him checked out in fifth grade (though I'd been trying to tell my parents the same thing since he was much younger, not that anyone listened to me); and then later because he just doesn't care if it doesn't interest him, and all that interests him is computer games. He's going to be starting at an in-state school that's a few hours away (MD is long from certain angles), and I'm really, really worried that he's going to make all the same mistakes of not going to class that I did, though for the reason that he just doesn't care. I had a goal in mind, even then, but he doesn't.
I've been saying for years now that he should have deferred a year and worked in between, to learn that RL sucks if you don't have a bachelor's degree (in general, but I'd rather have him learn the lesson and then not need it than the other way 'round). Naturally, I got informed that I could tell other people what to do with their lives once I got mine sorted out. My family goes for the jugular.
The child is going to be going to school without having picked a major, and he has no idea what he wants to do with his life. He's also got no real self-discipline. I'm assuming everyone can see why I'm worried.