Partners for Success

THANK YOU to the growing number of businesses that provide financial, in-kind and volunteer support to help LGS students experience success. Highlights from some of LGS’s “Partners for Success” are below. To inquire about possible partnership opportunities, contact Christina Waddle by phone at 513-426-7105 or by email.

A&A Lawn Care/LandscapingCarpetlandKrogerRichard’s Backhoe Excavating
Al Neyer, IncCNG Holdings IncLithko Contracting LLCPNC Financial Group
All SignsFisher Group ArchitectsLocey, Mitchell & AssociatesProcess Pump & Seal
AmazonGraydonLRT TechnologiesStar One Realtors
AnthemHorter Investment ManagementM. Ellis & Associates, LLCTaft Law
Berding Surveying IncHunt Development CorpOhio Valley Wine & BeerTape Products Company
BHI General ContractingJohnson & JohnsonPac VanBestPoint
BrandicorpKathman ElectricPalmer PavingViox and Viox
Cafco ServicesKnightlites Sign & Electric ServicePlumb Tech ServicesW. W. Norton & Company Inc
David & Tracy Davis   

 

The opening of a middle school building is a significant achievement in LGS’s continuing Plan for Growth—an achievement generously supported by regional companies. For a virtual tour of the Middle School building, click here.

 

 

 

Duke Energy Names LGS School-of-the-Week

Linden Grove School (LGS) is proud to the most recent Duke Energy School of the Week featured on Local 12 WKRC.

LGS was nominated by Jenny Cunningham whose son thrived in response to the school’s specialized approach to education. In a letter to Local 12 WKRC, Mrs. Cunningham explained:

“Linden Grove School Linden Grove is more than a school. It’s a support system that can be life-changing for many families. . . .” (Read more.)

Cincinnati Restaurant Company Creates Valuable Experiences for LGS Students

LGS Applied Skills students gain valuable work and life experiences thanks to RGT Management, Inc., one of the largest restaurant companies in the Cincinnati market. (Read more.)

 

 

GE Funds After-School Robotics

Science and technology are integral components of today’s educational landscape. The GE Engineering Product Integration Center (PIC) department not only donated $1,500 toward the cost of piloting a Robotics after-school program at LGS, more importantly, they provided mentors to work side by side with our students. (Read more.)