Dublin High School hosted its Class of 2016 Honors Day program April 20 in the auditorium. A total of 26 scholarships totaling more than $325,000 were handed out, with 23 students slated to graduate with honors receiving a gold cord to conclude the program. Fourteen students earned International Baccalaureate (blue) honor cords for completing IB coursework while two students earned IB diplomas in addition to their DHS diploma. Platinum Seniors were presented a silver cord. Department, CTAE, RESA, Rotary Speech, Attendance, PSAT and Georgia Certificate of Merit winners were also honored. Graduation is slated for May 27 at the DHS gymnasium.