valedictorian

[n] - the student with the best grades who delivers the valedictory at graduation
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Valedictorian

Val`e·dic·to'ri·an noun One who pronounces a valedictory address; especially, in American colleges, the student who pronounces the valedictory of the graduating class at the annual commencement, usually the student who ranks first in scholarship.
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valedictorian

valedictory speaker noun the student with the best grades who usually delivers the valedictory address at commencement
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Valedictorian

• (n.) One who pronounces a valedictory address; especially, in American colleges, the student who pronounces the valedictory of the graduating class at the annual commencement, usually the student who ranks first in scholarship.
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valedictorian

valedictorian In colleges, academies, etc., the student (male or female) appointed on the basis of merit to deliver the valedictory oration on commencement day as part of the graduation ceremonies.
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Valedictorian

Valedictorian is an academic title conferred upon the student who delivers the closing or farewell statement at a graduation ceremony (called a valedictory). The chosen valedictorian is usually the student with the highest ranking among his or her graduating class. The term is an Anglicized derivation of the Latin vale dicere (`to say farewell`)..
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