More than $13 million student-scholarships earned; technology enhanced classrooms district-wide; 70 AP Scholars; a student body that district-wide raised more than $50,000 to donate to nonprofit organizations – these are some of the highlights featured in Loveland’s 2014-15 Quality Profile, released Monday, Sept. 14, and available at lovelandschools.org.
“I read the story of our district, and I’m overwhelmed by the growth our students, teachers and staff have accomplished during the course of one year,” said Loveland City School District Superintendent Chad Hilliker. “The development is not only academic but social as well, and it is simply outstanding. I couldn’t be more proud to share this publication with our entire Tiger Family.”
Now in its third year, the Loveland City School District was one of more than 20 progressive school districts throughout Ohio to release this groundbreaking, robust companion to the state report card. Called state wide a Quality Profile, the report helps characterize the overall educational value of the district in areas that matter most to community members. This year more than 60 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 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.
Click here to access the Loveland City School District 2014-15 Quality Profile.
Superintendent Chad Hilliker discussing the 2014-15 Quality Profile: