School is coming to a close. Some student’s are graduating on to the next phase of life whether that be high school, college or the real world. Other’s are just set on summer vacation and probably are not thinking too far beyond August.

Wherever your mind may be, there are a ton of classic tunes through the years that have help to characterize school and the wonderful feeling that accompanies the school year coming to a close.

We here at put together this list of the top songs to help you ring in the end of the school year. Some of these songs may not necessarily mention school, but they all have a pretty good tie to the emotions of this time of the year.

Check out our list below:

1. Alice Cooper: School’s Out For Summer (1972):

2. Pink Floyd: Another Brick In The Wall (1979):

3. Chuck Berry: School Days (1957):

4. The Four Freshmen: Graduation Day (1956):

5. Will Smith: Summertime (1991):

6. The Go Go’s: Vacation (1982):

7. Baz Lurhman: Sunscreen Song (1997):

8. Vitamin C: Graduation (Friends Forever) (2000):

9. Kool & The Gang: Celebration (1980):

10. Boyz II Men: End Of The Road (1992):

11. Rascal Flatts: My Wish (2006):

12. Billy Joel: I’ve Loved These Days (1976):

13. Semisonic: Closing Time (1998):

14. Green Day: Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) (1997): would like to wish all the students out there a happy Summer vacation. Good luck parents!

– Ray Boyd,


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