SPUBound Photo contest #Bestgradcap

Graduation is one of the most exciting parts of high school — and it means being able to show off how you decorated your graduation cap! On June 28, we launched our annual #spubound photo contest for Seattle Pacific’s 2021 incoming class.

Incoming students showed us their #bestgradcap photos on social media, and we narrowed it down to the top seven.

You voted to choose the best photo, and you chose Ruth’s grad cap as the winner! She’s the first of five #spubound winners who will receive a $50 Amazon gift card!

All students who submitted photos will be entered into a raffle to win a $25 Amazon gift card at the end of the contest.

Voting ended at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, July 11.

1. @desire.lopezz

Desire’s cap represents her cultures and the support she received to be where she is today.


2. @taekwondogirl24

We loved Jada’s falcon spirit cap that points to her next steps at SPU!


3. @emmalmoon

Emma’s cap has a motto we should all follow!


4. @spen_allard

We agree with Spencer in believing you have the key to unlock your own future. We can’t wait to see how much more you’ll unlock as a Falcon at SPU!


5. @ruthg.12

Ruth’s cap was so beautifully decorated representing her Native American culture!


6. @joym42

Emily’s cap embodied the beauty of Proverbs 31:25.


7. @noemi._.reyes

Noemi learned a valuable truth in doing her best and trusting God to do the rest! We’re excited to see how God will continue to work in and through your life.


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