Quality delivered: Loveland City School District
A high school ranked in the top five percent of the nation; a state champion football team; more than $13 million student-earned scholarships and more than $1.5 million saved by the district the past three years –
these are some of the highlights featured in Loveland’s 2013-14 Quality Profile.
“This is the story of our district, and we are proud to present this publication to the Tiger Family,” said Loveland City School District Superintendent Chad Hilliker. “Our entire Tiger Staff works each day to help our students grow both academically and socially; the Quality Profile provides our community with an opportunity to see how we really do business at Loveland City Schools.”
Last fall, in the Quality Profile’s debut year, the Loveland City School District was one of more than 20 progressive school districts throughout Ohio releasing this groundbreaking, robust companion to the state report card. Called a Quality Profile, the report helps characterize the overall educational value of the district in areas that matter most to community members. This year, 50 school districts throughout Ohio are releasing a Quality Profile, with accountability measures that outline a high-quality education including: academics, arts, student leadership and activities, fiscal stewardship, parent and community involvement and student services.
“The 2013-14 school year was one to remember,” said Hilliker. “With the Quality Profile, we have provided our Tiger Family a unique opportunity to reflect on the success of our students, teachers and staff, while we continue to move our district forward and write the next chapter – preparing our students for tomorrow, today.”
Click here to access the Loveland City School District 2013-14 Quality Profile.
The Quality Profile is supported by the Alliance for High Quality Education, an education consortium that works to improve educational opportunities for students and to speak for member districts on matters of educational policy and funding.