Loveland salutes the Class of 2018
The Loveland City School District congratulates the 343 members of the Loveland High School (LHS) Class of 2018, who successfully graduated in a ceremony Saturday, June 2, at the Cintas Center on the campus of Xavier University. Of the graduating seniors, 159 received honor diplomas.
“Don’t wait for life to happen; make a plan, and walk toward your dream,” Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse said to the graduates in her speech. “I challenge you to be ‘you’ - to know that the things that make you different are what make you special. Now is the time to explore and showcase the amazing things that are uniquely you, and then surround yourself with those who celebrate the way you view and experience the world.”
In addition to the presentation by Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse, Loveland Board of Education President Art Jarvis addressed the class, along with Valedictorian Lauren Kahrs, Co-Salutatorians Kameron MacKenzie and Tyler Myklebust, Class President Abigail Puchta, Student Council President Ben Cummins, and LHS Principal Peggy Johnson.
"Today is about all of you,” said Johnson. “It doesn't matter how you got here. It matters that you found your path. Because you matter. Because everyone matters."
Congratulations, Class of 2018! GO TIGERS!
Photo caption: The Loveland High School Class of 2018 graduating Saturday, June 2, in a ceremony on the campus of Xavier University.