The Hilliard City School District would like to congratulate the 431 seniors who graduated on Friday, May 30th 2014. The Davidson Valedictorian this year is Jason Ng. The Salutatorian is Elizabeth Sarkel. The Class Historian is Kenny Nguyen. This outstanding class received $19,487,138 in scholarship money and they accepted $9,702,380. Principal John Bandow said this class was remarkable, and that 58 seniors graduated with a GPA of at least 4.0.
The Hilliard City School District would like to congratulate the 341 seniors who graduated on Thursday, May 29th 2014. This outstanding graduating class earned more than $9.2 million in scholarship offers. They accepted just over $5.5 million. The Bradley Valedictorian this year is Rachel Baker. The Salutatorian is Mitchell Pearson. Principal Mindy Mordarski said, “They have made an amazing impact on Bradley High School and their legacy will surely continue in the years to come.”
The Hilliard City School District would like to congratulate the 345 seniors who graduated from Hilliard Darby High School on Wednesday, May 28, 2014. This outstanding graduating class earned more than $4.75 million in scholarship offers. They accepted just over $3.8 million. The Darby Valedictorian this year is Ellen Slater. The Salutatorian is Deepthi Nacharaju. This year’s class had nine National Merit Semifinalists, more than any other year. Principal Joyce Brickley said, “This class has excelled in their academics, arts and athletics. In addition, the standard they have set as catalysts for positive change is extraordinary. They are kind, tolerant, self directed and committed.”
284 seniors received career-technical certificates of completion during Tolles Career & Technical Center’s annual certification ceremony. Tieda Ven (Pharmacy Technician, Hilliard Bradley High School) was named the 2014 Tolles Outstanding Senior Young Woman. She was selected based on outstanding character, grades, attendance, citizenship and service. Here are more Hilliard students recognized for their work. Read More
The Hilliard Davidson pre-engineering class took on a project this year to help a disabled dog. Through the year they worked on designing and then building a wheelchair for the dog to use. As part of the Project Lead the Way Program, they spent many hours in class and out of class to accomplish the task. The students put together a video to highlight the results.
Tonight marks the first of three very important evenings for Hilliard City Schools. We will celebrate as 1,117 Hilliard seniors become alumni and take their first steps towards their tomorrow. As superintendent I am so honored to be part of these celebrations. Graduation is the culmination of many years of hard work, determination and support from lots of different people. Read More