LHS ranks in top five percent of high schools in state and nation
The Loveland City School District is pleased to announce U.S. News & World Report has ranked Loveland High School (LHS) in the top five percent of high schools in the state of Ohio and across the country.
“It is our privilege to serve the nearly 1,500 students who attend Loveland High School,” said Chris Kloesz, LHS principal. “This recognition is a reflection on our dedicated staff, teachers, and, of course, our outstanding students. We are honored to be included among the best of the best.”
“This is confirmation of what we strive for here in Loveland – that our students receive an excellent education,” said Loveland Superintendent Chad Hilliker. “We are fortunate to operate in a community that understands the importance of education and supports what we do; that support is reflected in the programs we are able to provide our students. I’m thrilled for both the district and the community at this outstanding recognition for our joint effort.”
To see the complete “Best High Schools” ranking by U.S. News and World Report: http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools?int=978d08&int=97c308