Zendaya Is Now a High School Graduate – and Pal Taylor Swift Sends Her Congrats!

This senior slays!

Zendaya can now add “high school diploma” to her lengthy resume. The stylish senior graduated from Oak Park High School in California on Thursday, alongside superstar Olympian Gabby Douglas.

5 Lessons from Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas

Gabby Douglas made history with her gold medal win at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. And though she can’t make history in Sochi with some kind of cold-weather outdoor gymnastics routine (though how cool would that be?!), she wants to help other athletes get their names into the history books this month.

So as the Winter Olympics kick off this week, Douglas – who’s partnered with Sony to promote its VAIO Flip PC – has some words of wisdom for the Winter Olympic athletes, as told to PEOPLE:

Barbara Walters Names David Petraeus Most Fascinating of 2012

Gabby Douglas: I Nearly Quit Gymnastics to Work at Chick-fil-A!

Around this time last year, Gabby Douglas dropped a bomb on her coaches and family: She wanted to quit gymnastics – and maybe try getting a job at Chick-fil-A.

“What,” she says now, “was I thinking?”

Of course, she didn’t. And the rest is history.

Gabby Douglas to Publish Inspirational Memoir

Olympic Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas announced Thursday that she will write an “inspirational memoir,” planned for December 2012 publication.

Olympics 2012: What Was Your Favorite Gold Medal Moment?

All that glitters has turned to gold for Team USA – 39 times (and counting!) to be exact.

But as the Summer Olympics comes to a close, here’s a recap of the moments that were just as sweet as the victories.

Kerri Strug Blogs About Sightseeing in London: PHOTOS

In 1996, gymnast Kerri Strug vaulted into history. The anchor for Team USA at the Atlanta Olympics, she competed on an injured ankle to help secure women’s gymnastics their first-ever team gold medal – and Tuesday, she watched this year’s ‘Fab Five’ win the second team gold.

Johnny Weir Blogs: Focus on Olympic Talent, Not Scandal

Johnny Weir is fabulous. The figure skater, who placed sixth in the 2010 Winter Olympics, has been skating professionally since he was 12 and is no stranger to fierce competition – and fantastic costumes! With winning routines set to hits by Lady Gaga, the sparkle-loving athlete also recently married and now will blog for PEOPLE.com with the same fun energy he brings to the ice.

I love the Olympic Games.

Kate Gives U.S. Gymnasts a Thrill

Gymnastics royalty encountered the real thing on Sunday in London, as four of Team USA’s female Olympic gymnasts – out of the so-called Fab Five – were starstruck by an unexpected chat with the Duchess of Cambridge.

Kate, 30, attending the beginning of the event finals at Greenwich Arena, is a huge supporter of Great Britain’s athletes at these London Games – but was impressed enough by the gold-winning American team to approach and offer her congratulations.

Gabby Douglas Competes in Individual Uneven Bars Final

Spoiler Alert: Results from the Olympic Games are available live online, several hours ahead of the telecasts. If you’d rather find out how the athletes fare on TV, stop reading here!

After making history by winning gold in the women’s all-around gymnastics competition, Gabby Douglas faced fierce competition in the individual uneven bars competition on Monday.