Reminding the class of 2020 that their hard work will not go unnoticed, the Uncut Gems star shared a throwback photo from his graduation, writing, "Hellooooo high school and college class of 2020. Holy cow. Way to go. You did it. You are officially smart. You worked hard and you deserve the respect. Sorry it's a rough time to be graduating, but you know what I did the night of my high school graduation? I sat at home with my parents and we all just stared at each other just like you're doing now. Then the fun began."
President Obama delivered an inspiring commencement speech during Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020. He told graduates, "With all the challenges this country faces right now, nobody can tell you 'no, you're too young to understand' or 'this is how it's always been done.' Because with so much uncertainty, with everything suddenly up for grabs, this is your generation's world to shape."
The trio closed the ceremony with a performance of "X," featuring KAROL G.
The 23-year-old star performed "Crown" during the virtual ceremony.
The actress and screenwriter told graduates, "Use your voices and talents to be seen and heard."
"A great speech, like a great song comes from the heart. It's only when the words flow from authentic emotions that it can actually really resonate with the many, versus the few," the Grammy winner said in his video message. "This video you're about to see does exactly that. It was written and produced by graduating seniors in Arizona's high schools to provide words of inspiration to their classmates. What they created has grown, and they are now joined by other seniors from across the us."
The singer-songwriter delighted fans during her virtual graduation performance.
The Grammy winner delivered a moving performance of her song "Underdog" during Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020.
Actor Ben Platt and his brothers Henry and Jonah Platt performed a medley of classic hits during the ceremony, including Maroon 5's "Memories," Vitamin C's "Graduation (Friends Forever)," Bob Dylan's "Forever Young," and the Beatles' "In My Life."
The Booksmart director introduced Malala Yousafzai during Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020.
"The Class of 2020 won't be defined by what we lost to this virus, but by how we responded to it," the activist said in her message. "The world is yours now, and I can't wait to see what you make of it."
The singer encouraged graduates to continue to work hard and keep positive.
"I'm not going ask you to come together. I'm going to ask you to demand better together," the soccer star told graduates.
The actress and activist told students, "These last 12 years of school has prepared you all to go out into the world and be global citizens, just like it's done for me. And even though we are amidst circumstances that have affected our families, our friends, and communities, I'm inspired by how many of you all continue to ask, "How can I be of service?"
The actor gave a shout-out to teachers during his virtual graduation speech.
The actor and comedian paid tribute to students during his heartfelt speech.
The superstar delivered a performance of her hit song "Break My Heart" during the virtual ceremony.
The actress gave a sweet shout-out to her mom during her virtual graduation message.
The basketball star honored students during the opening of Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020.
"It's not the moments of achievement or recognition that stick with you, it's the getting there that you remember," The Good Place star shared with graduating seniors.
"It's more than a diploma, it's more than graduation, it's knowledge, it's knowing that you did it," the rapper shared in Facebook's #Graduation2020. "Now you're about to start your life, you're about to make some money, you're about to show your skills on what you worked for!"
It's time for the Fab 5 to give a High 5 to the graduating class of 2020.
"We know how hard you worked to bring home that diploma," the Olympic athlete shared during #Graduation2020. "I know you're missing what is supposed to be your medal ceremony, but that ceremony doesn't change a thing. You've already won."
"Listen to Oprah," the actor joked before the talk-show legend delivered a memorable speech during Facebook and Instagram's #Graduation2020 ceremony.