Loveland, Ohio – During the summer of 2016, Loveland High School (LHS) underwent a mild renovation to prepare the building for an increased student population during the 2016-17 school year. The renovation encompassed a reconfiguration of interior space to allow for increased student cafeteria capacity, a relocation of the attendance office to provide a significant upgrade in school security, the installation of handicap accessible doors, a redesign of the Media Center to create space for two additional classrooms, construction of a handicap accessible restroom facility in the cafeteria area, and the addition of science classroom furnishings to enhance offerings to students. Space was also dedicated for the award-winning Loveland Robotics program.
Enrollment at LHS for the 2016-17 school year was projected to be 1,528; that is up from an enrollment of 1,420 during the 2015-16 school year.
(Editor’s Note: Our apology that we did not get this story published soon enough to make readers aware of the open house mentioned in this video provided by the District.)