The new Mural Unveiled at Loveland High School (Photo provided by Loveland Schools)

Loveland, Ohio – Loveland High School (LHS) has a new mural, thanks to a partnership with the Cincinnati Reds and PNC Bank. The school was selected as the recipient of a “Murals with a Mission.”

Artist Brent Billingsley worked with Loveland High School students to design and paint a mural that spreads a message of hope, depicting the journey from sadness to hope with the help of those around us,
according to a release from the school district.

Students from the LHS Hope Squad took a leadership role in creating this artwork. Hope Squad is a national youth suicide prevention program that includes education, training, and peer intervention.

The mural was unveiled during a celebration on Friday, March 31, with guests from the Reds and PNC Bank in attendance during a full school assembly in the high school gym.

The mural will be on display in the main hallway of the school, where students and guests will pass it every day.

Murals with a Mission, powered by PNC Bank was launched by the Reds organization in 2022 with the intention of creating a mural at high school campuses across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. The mission is to elevate positive social messages relevant to each school’s student body. Under the guidance and leadership of local artist Brent Billingsley, students at each location work together to develop a concept, design, and finished product through which fellow students can feel represented.

Both Mason High School and and Princeton High School have previously completed and installed murals as part of the Murals with a Mission initiative

The mural at Mason High School (photo by Cincinnati Reds)


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