Almost 1,200 Hilliard students will graduate in the class of 2016 from June 1 to 3 at the Jerome Schottenstein Center at the Ohio State University.

Almost 1,200 Hilliard students will graduate in the class of 2016 from June 1 to 3 at the Jerome Schottenstein Center at the Ohio State University.

"Graduation marks the culmination if each student's journey through elementary, middle and high school," Superintendent John Marschhausen said. "The hard work of the graduates, supported by parents, extended family, teachers and the entire school community, is cause for joy and celebration. We are proud of the class of 2016 and wish them well knowing they are 'Ready for Tomorrow.' "

Students from Bradley High School graduated June 1.

Among Bradley's 367 graduates were valedictorian Noah Du and salutatorian Matt Kelch.

Davidson High School students are set to graduate at 7 p.m. today, June 2.

Among Davidson's 422 graduates are valedictorian Michael Heinz, salutatorian Heather Haynes and historian Thomas Porter.

Davidson principal Aaron Cookson said he is "extremely proud" of the class of 2016.

"The academic, artistic and athletic accomplishments they have achieved over their four years at Davidson are truly outstanding," he said.

The district's graduation ceremonies will conclude with Darby High School at 7 p.m. Friday, June 3.

Among Darby's 370 graduates are valedictorian Amraha Nadeem and salutatorian Hannah Lee.

Darby principal Joyce Brickley lauded the class of 2016 for its accomplishments in art, academics, theater, clubs, service and leadership.

"Beyond that, we continue to be amazed by their generosity, tolerance, empathy and compassion. ... (The students) have left a legacy at Darby that has set the bar high for the graduating classes to follow."