Loveland High School (LHS) has been recognized with two awards by the Ohio State Board of Education. The first, the Momentum Award, is given to schools for exceeding expectations in student growth for the year. In order to be recognized, schools must earn straight A’s on all value-added measures on the state report card. They must also have at least two value-added subgroups of students, which includes gifted, lowest 20 percent in achievement, and students with disabilities. The award signifies a school’s commitment to the success of students by ensuring they exceed the growth expectations in English language arts and mathematics.
The second award, the Overall A Award, is presented by the State Board of Education to schools that earned an overall A on their 2018 report cards. It reflects high academic performance and that schools are building bright futures for students of every background and ability level.
“We have a team of highest-caliber leaders and staff at Loveland High School,” said Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “I am beyond proud of how they have embraced the challenge of making sure that all of our students at LHS are prepared and empowered to take on the world after high school.”
Articled posted on December 20, 2018.