Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland City School District has announced that more Loveland schools have been named to the “Best Schools” list by US News and World Report. Loveland Elementary School, Loveland Intermediate School, and Loveland Middle School have all been recognized as among the nation’s best schools.

“This recognition results from hard work and dedication from everyone involved with LES, LIS, and LMS. Students, families, staff, and building leaders all work together to make students successful and share in this honor. Way to go, Loveland.” Superintendent Mike Broadwater said in making the announcement.

These schools join Loveland High School on the US News and World Report “Best Schools” list. Every building in the Loveland City School District eligible for the “Best Schools” designation has achieved it according to the announcement.

“Great public schools only exist with the support and encouragement of a great community. This recognition that our schools are among the ‘best’ is also a statement that our Loveland community is among the best. Loveland City School District is thankful for the ongoing support,” Superintendent Mike Broadwater said.

The LES profile can be found by following this link.

The LIS profile can be found by following this link.

The LMS profile can be found by following this link.

Follow this link to learn more about the US News and World Report rankings.

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