Upper Arlington High School will bid congratulations and adieu to its class of 2016 on Sunday, May 29, when it hosts its 92nd annual commencement at the Ohio State University.

Upper Arlington High School will bid congratulations and adieu to its class of 2016 on Sunday, May 29, when it hosts its 92nd annual commencement at the Ohio State University.

For the second consecutive year, Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center will serve as the venue for Upper Arlington High School's graduation ceremonies.

The event will take place 2 p.m.

"The class of 2016 truly exemplifies Upper Arlington's vision of 'Serve, Lead and Succeed,'" said high school principal Andrew Theado. "It has been humbling to be their principal because of their quality character and talents."

This year's commencement will feature a wealth of musical performances, including those by the high school's symphonic orchestra and the symphonic choir.

Senior Christina Hohman, who recently was one of five Upper Arlington High School students to win a scholarship from the Upper Arlington Women's Club, also will perform "Fly, Fly Away" from the musical "Catch Me If You Can."

Matt Baryluk will recite a speech called "A Good Meal," and a student octet consisting of Chloe Amsterdam, Will Collis, Nicole Holman, Anna MacIntosh, Amy McMahon, Jordan Popson, Meghan Razzini and Alyena Zerkel will perform a Mendelssohn piece.

Additionally, students Jack LeBoeuf, Connor Porterfield, Daniel Tomaszewski and Cameron Wade will perform "Rivers and Roads" by the Head and the Heart.

All students scheduled to speak or perform are seniors except Holman, a junior.

"The ceremony is student-run with our senior class officers taking the lead," said Karen Truett, district communications director. "We have several student performances."

More information about graduation is available at uaschools.org.