August 21, 2017

Friendships Valued Most among LGS Grads

Da Vinci Exhibit-2

Kiely Boone lends a hand to Avery Schonberg at one of the many hands-on exhibits.

Sheldon Eads tests his catapult design for a unit on simple machines.

Daniel Mills will miss his LGS friends but looks forward to making new friends in high school.

 

Alexis Gerver shows off her costume at the 6-8 team Halloween Party.

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 school or a parochial high school.
No matter where they’re headed, all have set exciting goals to achieve academically and make new friends in high school.
Friends are the thing all grads will miss most about LGS: the students they spent time with in class, on field trips, and at social events on and off campus. When asked about their favorite memories from LGS they answered with a mixture of activities including field trips to local museums and Siekman’s farm, extra-curricular activities such as Taekwondo and LGS’s semi-annual dances, and class projects ranging from potato cannons to catapults.

See special insert! The class of 2017.