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Celebrities Reveal Why It Is Important For Them To Finish School & Graduate [VIDEO]

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Keeping up with schoolwork is not easy especially when outside factors such as work are added. Well, these celebrities, acting in movies and TV series, probably know it best.

This may be the reason why actors and actresses who graduate get super emotional whenever they finally acquire their diplomas. Indeed, sneaking on study time between long hours of taping required extra hard work. Here are five celebrities from Twist Magazine who recently graduated, explaining why it is important for them to finish school no matter what.

Zendaya

The "K.C. Undercover" actress, who graduated from high school in 2015, told the youth to remember that "knowledge is one of the most powerful gifts." She told soon-to-be graduates to know that they can do it. Zendaya stressed that a lot of obstacles might happen along the way but everyone should just keep pushing through.

Laura Marano

Marano is a famous actress known for her role in "Austin & Ally". After graduating high school in 2014, she said that she felt a mix of pride, sadness, and gratitude. Marano noted that school offers some of the "happiest moments" in life.

Justin Bieber

Well, he is probably one of the most popular teenage singers of his time. He said that his drive to finish school came from his family. In fact, graduating was something his "mom really wanted" him to do. Per billboard, Bieber got the song of the year award for "Love Yourself" during the latest ASCAP Pop Awards.

Sofia Carson

After leaving high school, Cason had to balance her college courses and her Disney career. She was a communications major at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She also took international relations as her minor.

Nastia Liukin

Liukin was an Olympic gymnast. When she was 12, her dad told her that she does not know how far her gymnastics career would take her. Education, her dad added, will stick with her forever. So, Liukin promised to go to college and get a degree. She went to New York University.

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