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Class of 2024: Celebrity kids who graduated this year

By John Patrick Magno Ranara Published Jun 05, 2024 4:02 pm

These celebrity kids are working hard for their future!

It's graduation season once again and several famous parents are sharing their pride in their children's accomplishments on social media.

This year, actor Seth Fedelin fulfilled his dream of finishing senior high school. Mary Pacquiao, daughter of Manny and Jinkie Pacquiao, has graduated high school and has set her sights on college, same with Marthena Jickain, daughter of Aiko Melendez.

Take a look at this list of television personalities and their children who recently graduated.

Mary Divine Grace Pacquiao

Manny and Jinkee Pacquiao could not contain their happiness after their their daughter Mary Divine Grace Pacquiao successfully finished her high school studies.

On their Instagram accounts, the couple shared some snaps of Mary's graduation at Brent International School. Aside from them, Mary's siblings Michael, Emmanuel, and Israel were also their to show some support.

"Congratulations Mary! We are so proud of you!" Manny wrote in his post.

Jinkee, on the other hand, penned, "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! We are so excited of what God has in store for you! God loves you!"

"To my precious daughter, your journey has been a source of joy and inspiration, and i am truly blessed to be your parent. May your future be as bright as your heart. Congratulations on your graduation! Well done, my love," she added in a separate post.

Seth Fedelin

Seth Fedelin, one of the hottest young stars in the country, made sure not to forget his studies, and it looks like all his hard work has paid off as he shared to his fans that he has graduated from senior high school.

"Hindi ko nakalimutan ang una kong pangarap," Seth captioned his post containing pictures of his graduation ceremony at Jesus Son of Mary Academy.

His love team partner Francine Diaz also sent him her heartiest congratulations for his achievement, writing, "Congrats sethyboy!!!"

Gianna Aquisha Roxas

Gladys Reyes was also a proud parent to her only daughter Aquisha with husband Christopher Roxas as she completed high school.

While she unfortunately wasn't there to witness the event as she is currently in the United Kingdom, Gladys still made sure to make Aquisha know how happy she is for her milestone.

"Congratulations, my Aquisha, on your graduation. Though I can't be there today 'coz still in UK, Dad made sure to celebrate with you along with Granty, your lola, Mom Z, and tito Ojie in one of our favorites, Chili's," the actress wrote.

"See you soon my love! We'll have a girl bonding date when I get back. Love you guys!" she continued.

Marthena Jickain Melendez

Aiko Melendez also had some heartfelt words to say to her daughter Marthena Jickain as she graduated from high school at Saint Pedro Poveda College.

"This is such a proud moment for you and for all of us. I know how much you’ve work hard for this, juggling your time on studying and being an athlete volleyball player," Aiko shared as she posted a picture of Marthena's graduation picture.

"You have shown incredible dedication, passion discipline and achieved so much. Watching you grow, learn, and succeed has been one of the greatest joys of my life," she added.

The actress and politician advised her daughter that "the future is wide open with endless possibilities."

"Continue to follow your dreams, stay true to yourself, and know that you have all the courage and talent to achieve whatever you set your mind and heart to," Aiko penned.

"I will always be your number one supporter and bestfriend. Thank you for you were never a headache to me. To my mini me, thank you for studying so hard and giving me good grades. You make me so proud and happy!" she ended.

Zoey Taberna

After battling leukemia for two years and becoming cancer-free, broadcaster Anthony Taberna’s daughter Zoey is proving that it's never too late to pursue your dreams.

Anthony delighted his followers on Facebook as he shared that Zoey has completed her junior high school studies.

"Umaapaw ang katuwaan sa puso ko para sa iyo, Zoey. Parang kailan lang, gusto natin maka-gradweyt sa pagsubok ng karamdaman. At dininig ng Ama ang ating panata—nakatapos at nakapagtagumpay ka sa sakit," Anthony wrote.

"Bagay na bagay sa yo ang picture na ito," he added as he posted pictures of Zoey in a toga attire. "Junior HS lang pero napakalaking milestone na para sa iyo. Sulit na na sulit ang pinagdaanan kapag nakapagsuot ng toga kahit nga wala namang seremonya!"

The radio commentator went on to say that while Zoey still has much more to experience in life, she already serves as an inspiration for him because of her courage in battling her illness.

"Marami ka pa ring pagdadaanan sa mga darating pero hindi magbabago ang paraan pag nahirapan—magtitiwala lang palagi sa Panginoong Diyos at gagawin kung ako ang magbibigay sa Kaniya ng kasiyahan," Anthony ended.