More than 1,000 seniors were graduated by the Dublin City School District last week.

More than 1,000 seniors were graduated by the Dublin City School District last week.

The May 31 graduation ceremony in the Schottenstein Center on the Ohio State University campus issued diplomas to 448 Dublin Coffman High School graduates, 307 Jerome High School graduates and 296 Scioto High School graduates.

At Coffman there were 69 valedictorians.

The school had 94 students graduating Summa Cum Laude with a 4.0 grade-point average or above, 74 Magna Cum Laude with a 3.75 to 3.99 GPA and 72 Cum Laude with a 3.5 to 3.749 GPA.

Coffman's class of 2014 had five National Merit Finalists, five semifinalists and 10 National Merit Commended Students.

Two Coffman students earned National Merit Scholarships.

The graduating class also has two National AP Scholars, 12 AP Scholars with Distinction, 12 AP Scholars with Honor and 33 AP Scholars.

At the graduation ceremony, 160 students received honors diplomas, 11 got International Baccalaureate Diplomas and 169 received President's Education Awards.

At Coffman High School, 53 seniors reported winning local scholarships totaling $45,050.

Nearly 88 percent of Coffman grads reported planning to attend a four-year college and 7 percent plan to attend a two-year college.

Jerome had 72 valedictorians.

The Jerome High School class of 2014 had 84 students graduating Summa Cum Laude, 54 Magna Cum Laude and 51 Cum Laude.

At the school, 19 students were named National Merit Finalists, 20 were semifinalists, 11 National Merit Commended Students and six won scholarships.

One student was named a National Hispanic Recognition Program participant.

At Jerome, 11 students were named National AP Scholars, 30 were AP Scholars with Distinction, 12 were AP Scholars with Honor and 23 were AP Scholars.

At graduation, 140 students received honors diplomas and 17 got IB Honors diplomas.

In the Jerome class of 2014, 116 students received President's Education Awards and eight students were named Presidential Scholar candidates.

At graduation, 34 Jerome grads reported winning $35,800 in local scholarships.

About 90 percent of Jerome High School grads reported planning to go to a four-year college and almost 8 percent of the students said they will attend a two-year college.

Scioto had 45 valedictorians in the class of 2014.

This year, 54 Scioto seniors graduated Summa Cum Laude, 30 Magna Cum Laude and 27 Cum Laude.

The Scioto class of 2014 had one National Merit Finalist, one semi-finalist and six National Merit Commended students.

One Scioto grad received a National Merit Scholarship.

In the class of 2014 at Scioto High School, there was one National AP Scholar, eight AP Scholars with Distinction, 16 AP Scholars with Honor and 26 AP Scholars.

At graduation, 82 Scioto seniors received Honors diplomas and seven earned IB Honors diplomas.

There were 62 Scioto grads who earned the President's Education Award.

In the graduating class at Scioto High School, 69 percent of students said they plan on attending a four-year college and 20 percent will attend a two-year college.