14 seniors commit to continuing their fine arts studies in virtual ceremony on May 7

NEWS RELEASE: Susanne Quigley, Chief Information Officer

LOVELAND, OH (May 8, 2020) – Loveland High School celebrated its fifth annual Fine Arts Signing Day with a video presentation to recognize the 14 seniors who have committed to continuing their art and music studies after high school.

LHS seniors commit to continue fine arts studies (File photo)

Click here to watch the video presentation. (Note: video runtime is 2 minutes – 11 seconds) If link fails, here is the address (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrFQZTzldsk)

The Loveland City School District continues to use technology in an effort to celebrate Loveland students during the COVID-19 shutdown of Ohio schools. 

Here is a list of the LHS students celebrated in the virtual ceremony to honor their committment to fine arts studies: 

Claire Abdo (Music Education) – Ohio University

Jack Armstrong (Music Education) – Bowling Green State University

Sky Belieu (Choral Music Education) – Northern Kentucky University

Olivia Bransford (Communication Design) – University of Cincinnati DAPP

Tristan Dumas (Film and Television Production, focus in Cinematography) – University of Depaul

Mia Forte (Art Therapy) – Miami University

Emily Huey (Graphic Communications) – University of Cincinnati

Nick Jackson (Audio-Video Production) – Belmont University

Cade Jenkins (Music Education) – The University of Toledo

Eric Lynn (Digital Media Collaboration) – University of Cincinnati

Hannah Powers (Interior Design) – Virginia Commonwealth University

Emma Salisbury (Ceramics) – Plans to open a ceramics studio.

Jett Stevens (Percussion Performance) – University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music

Mark Watson (Music Production) – Xavier University