August 21, 2017

LGS Named Top 50 Non-Profit

In 2017 Linden Grove School was named a Top 50 non-profit in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky by LEAD Cincinnati and VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm. Organizations were recognized as “pillars of the community,” serving as “examples of individuals working … Continue reading

Friendships Valued Most among LGS Grads

  Twelve incredible young people will soon graduate from Linden Grove School and move on to the next chapter of their lives. Many will attend high school at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati. Others will attend their local public high … Continue reading

Majestic Monarchs

6-8 Team students walked among hundreds of butterflies at the Krohn Conservatory’s annual butterfly show. The theme of this year’s show is “The Majestic Monarch” – the well-known butterfly with the orange and black wings that travels as much as … Continue reading

LGS Awarded 3D Printing Package

3D printing will become part of LGS learning resources thanks to a grant from the GE Additive Education Program.   As a grant recipient, LGS will receive two 3D printers with supplies, STEAMtrax curricula and kits for classroom use, webinars and training … Continue reading

Learning Expedition

4-6 team students and staff went on a learning expedition to the Cincinnati Nature Center where they had the opportunity to observe local plants and animals in various life stages. Students and staff hiked the trails and looked at different … Continue reading

A Cloud of Bubbles

6-8 team students enjoyed another engaging science activity thanks to Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Loar, this time exploring the three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. “Normal” ice—frozen water (H2O)—changes from solid to liquid when it melts, eventually evaporating … Continue reading

Creative Lessons Make Math Easy

Everyone knows the Associative Property of Multiplication, right? You know, the property that states that when multiplying three or more real numbers, the product is always the same regardless of their grouping. LGS students recently learned this pre-algebra concept through … Continue reading

Rain Cloud in a Glass

Students of our K-2 team recently learned about clouds and rain using shaving cream, water and food coloring. The class started with glasses of water to which was added a layer of shaving cream – the water representing the atmosphere … Continue reading

LGS Alum Spends Spring Break Giving Back

Collin Leonard (LGS class of 2011) spent part of his spring break from Marshall University giving back to his alma mater. Collin shared college experiences and various tips for success in school with current 6-8 team students, and also spent … Continue reading

Student Songs Celebrate Friendship

March is “Music in our Schools Month” – a time to celebrate the benefits a quality music program brings to our kids’ learning and development. This year during the month of March, Mrs. Weber and Mr. Stephenson worked with students’ … Continue reading