Loveland has some great teachers and students, however my experience as a fresh man was awful. Some of the teachers at the school are not qualified enough nor do they have the proper experience to be teaching. The school itself is also highly outdated between no air conditioning and a highly confusing layout. I've been at Loveland for a year and still don't know my school very well( partially because they have renumbered the rooms twice this year). I would say that Loveland does have very good art, social studies, science, and English departments as well as a wide range of clubs/ after school activities to fit any student.
Wonderful staff, my son's experience was amazing. The schools community involvement is impressive. Love the geometry in construction where the students build a house and donate it to habitat for humanity.
It seems to me that this school has some real issues keeping the children in the classroom. If you want some proof go for a walk around Loveland Lake. You are sure to see teenageers from Loveland High hanging out smoking. It is disgusting, they are ruining this park! I have had to call the police a few times because of fights breaking out. How disappointing.
Loveland High School is a great school with CSAP scores to back it up. The teachers are dedicated and passionate. LHS offers IB,honors courses for the ones who need challenged but also teach to the ones that need a little extra help. Athletics is awesome. State Championships in Football, Swimming, Gymnastics, and Baseball. The other sports are on the rise especially girls basketball.
id like to say that loveland high school is the best in the district, have you seen the kids CSAP scores? the football team to the cheerleading squad...and the band those kids are great but i think the could improve the quality of the school its kind of an old building
Loveland High is a good school, during my time their as a student there were many fantastic teachers. Some of whom are still around, the ones that come to mind are: Mrs. Langford (now teaching at Mountain View), Mr. Finly, Mr. Pruess, Mrs. Tanner, Mr. Glover.