More than 1,200 Hilliard City Schools seniors are expected to graduate next week at commencements for Bradley, Darby and Davidson high schools.
The commencement ceremonies will be at 7 p.m. May 22, 23 and 24 at Jerome Schottenstein Center, 555 Borror Drive, on the campus of Ohio State University.
Bradley has 408 seniors expected to graduate Wednesday, May 22.
"We are very proud of their academic and extracurricular accomplishments," Bradley principal Mindy Mordarski said. "The class of 2019 will truly leave a legacy at Hilliard Bradley High School."
Bradley's graduating class includes valedictorian Rushda Kamal and salutatorian Ava Miller.
Davidson has 465 seniors expected to graduate Thursday, May 23.
"I am extremely proud of the Davidson class of 2019," Davidson principal Aaron Cookson said. "In addition to their academic, artistic and athletic accomplishments, many students in this exceptional class performed countless hours of community service, held leadership positions of leadership inside and outside the school and positively led our student body by example.
"The Davidson class of 2019 has truly set the bar high for all other future graduating classes."
Davidson's graduating class includes valedictorian Phoebe Baker, salutatorian Jack Altman and historian Zakarie Hussein. Bradley and Darby do not have a class historian, according to Stacie Raterman, a district spokeswoman.
Darby has 380 seniors expected to graduate Friday, May 24.
"The Darby class of 2019 has truly left a legacy at Darby High School," Darby principal Joyce Brickley said. "They are well-rounded, talented, motivated, empathetic and ready. It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as their principal and I am excited to see what they accomplish as they move on from (Darby)."
Darby's graduating class includes valedictorian Anthony Moussa and salutatorian Erin Cowen.
Students are not limited as to the number of guests and no tickets are allocated, Raterman said. However, the Schottenstein Center will charge a fee for parking, she said.