Loveland, Ohio – On Wednesday, Loveland High School held a “virtual” Senior Awards Ceremony to celebrate the achievements of the graduating class. The celebration usually takes place annually before a standing-room crowd in the Ron DeWitt Auditorium.
The evening usually starts with a ceremonial procession of the scholars and they are greeted by the applause of their families and teachers. Then, Principal Peggy Johnson calls 10 of those seniors to sit in chairs on the stage under pennants representing the college or university each will attend. One-by-one the students are announced ending with the “Top Senior” of the graduating class.
This is also the night when students and parents receive the surprise announcement of awards and scholarships presented by local individuals, community groups, and even state and national honors. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarship dollars are announced on this nite.
The movie below was created by Loveland Magazine from a slide show the school put together to celebrate the accomplishments of their Senior Class.
Loveland Magazine sends our congratulations to the students, parents, teachers, counselors, and all the other staff who support these students. And, to Principal Johnson, her assistants, and supporting staff.
This has been a wonderful group of scholars to be around this year and we so appreciate the hospitality and respect they demonstrate toward us and their fellow students. Thank you, parents and teachers, for nurturing such an incredible group of young adults! We look forward to hearing about their promising future endeavors.
Read about the graduation plans for the Class of 2020, keeping in mind that the plan has evolved and has been tweaked, such as now allowing 6 family members to attend.