LHS Class of 2015 earns more than $13.2 million in scholarships!
Posted Wednesday, May 20, 2015
The Loveland City School District salutes the Loveland High School Class of 2015 for earning (to date) a total of $13,235,853 in scholarships. LHS honored individual scholarship recipients at the annual Senior Awards Night ceremony Thursday, May 14, at the LHS Auditorium. In addition, members of the class were recognized for outstanding academic achievement.
2014-15 Academic Top Ten
(Listed in order of rank below with the college they will be attending.)
1. Melissa Louis, Butler University
2. Brittany Miller, The Ohio State University
3. Lauren Schroer, Purdue University
4. Anna Wassel, Emory University
5. Isaac Vock, Centre College
6. Connor Wagner, The Ohio State University
7. Johan Harris, The Ohio State University
8. Corynne Swift, Walsh University
9. Alexander Bunk, University of Cincinnati
10. Alexander Myers, Case Western Reserve University
Outstanding Senior Achievement
Faculty members in each academic area selected senior students who have performed with a high degree of excellence in a particular area throughout their high school career.
• Perseverance Award – Morgan Ward
• Art – Mattingly Poole
• English – Josephine Puchta
• Foreign Language – Heidi Zimmer
• Mathematics – Johan Harris
• Music – Aaron Marshall
• Science – Alexander Bunk
• Social Studies – Zakary Kadish
National Merit Scholarship
Loveland High School and the National Merit Scholarship Foundation are proud to announce the names of Loveland students who have demonstrated high potential for future academic attainment. Based upon outstanding PSAT results, LHS had three students named as a National Merit Finalists: Alexander Myers, Lauren Schroer and Alexander Sganga.
LHS also had two students named as Commended Students. They are: Erin Glossop and Devin Lally.
For a complete list of the LHS Scholarship recipients who were recognized at the Senior Awards Ceremony, please see the downloadable pdf.
Photo caption: The LHS Class of 2015 Top Ten Academic Students take center stage at the May 14 Senior Awards Night Ceremony.