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Seven Hills Magazine is published on a biannual basis in the spring and fall. The publication is mailed to our alumni, current parents, and friends of the school. Each magazine offers an in-depth look at signature programs in the Seven Hills community. In its pages readers find profiles of innovative programs, engaged learning, and high-achieving alumni.


Locks for Leonard is May 16

Sixth-grade Writing Workshop Illustrate Children’s Books, Write Haikus

Seventh-graders Study the Hydrosphere

Seventh-graders Finish Third in Stock Market Game

Sixth-graders Visit Indianapolis

Middle School Chorus Performs Spring Concert

Middle Schoolers Stage “High School Musical Jr.”

Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Eighth-graders

Students Attend Leadership Day

Students Head to Power of the Pen State Competition

Seventh-grader Places Second in Regional Spelling Bee

Students Compete at OJCL Convention

Global Education Day

Authors Speak to Middle School Students

Eighth-graders Compete in MATHCOUNTS

Courage Retreat

2019 Frederick A. Hauck Scholarship Winners

Freshman Animation Director to Compete on National Stage

Eighth-graders Create Symbolic Self Portraits

Freshman Receives Regional Award for Short Film

Visiting Storyteller Urges, “Learn Your Migration Story”

Eighth-graders Study “Lord of the Flies”

Eighth-graders Complete Study of Parisian Monuments

Seven Hills Announces 2019 National Merit Finalists

Seventh-graders Debate “Of Mice and Men”

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a “Day On, Not Off”

Middle Schoolers Compete in Power of the Pen

Chinese Exchange Students Visit Middle School

Sixth-grader Wins Geography Bee

Graphed Self-Portraits

Design Thinking Class Participates in Teambuilding Exercises

Day On, Not Off is Monday

Students “Shake, Rattle, and Roll” with Earthquake Simulations

Students Review Algebra Principles

Seventh-grader Wins Spelling Bee

Middle School Celebrates Bill Waskowitz!

Innovation Lab Presentations

Middle School Holds Annual Read-a-Thon

Sixth-graders Present Puzzles to the Alzheimer’s Association of Cincinnati

Middle, Upper School Excels at the Classics

Middle School Instrumentalists Wow at Winter Performance

Middle School Winter Choruses Concerts

NASA Scientist Speaks to Seventh-graders

Eighth-grade Project Explores Budgets, Housing Costs in Cincinnati

Sixth-graders Band Birds

Eighth-grade Preview Day

Algebra 1A Students Finish Unit with Project

Students Raise Money for Go Baby Go!

Bill Waskowitz’s Message to Middle: Reset Your Default Setting

Middle School Students Perform Fall Show

Middle School Celebrates Insect Day and Pumpkin Day

Senior Volunteers with Middle School Engineering Club

Creative Writing Rocks!

Latin Club Goes Green Screen

Adventure Treks

Visiting Author Inspires Seven Hills

Sixth-graders Make Puzzles

Students Fly Kites in Chinese Class

Creating a Comet

Seven Hills Celebrates Start of School with Assembly

Middle Schoolers Bond During Retreats

Math Challenges in Geometry

Eighth-grade Chinese Students Study Transportation in Asian Countries

Middle School Closing Ceremony

Seventh-graders Present Design Thinking Projects

Seventh-graders Share Space Presentations

Sixth-graders Design Teaching House for Refugees

Asia Day

Students Excel on National Latin Exam*

Middle School Teacher Appears on Local Morning Show

Students Skype with Author of Lily and Dunkin

Sixth Grade is for the Birds Day

Locks for Leonard Hair Fair

Middle School Leads Sustainability Efforts

Sixth-graders Complete In-Depth Study of the Human Body

New Middle School Students Welcomed

Middle School Choruses Perform Spring Concert

Middle School Students Stage Once on This Island Jr.

Ken Revell Named Middle School Teacher of the Year by Cincinnati Chapter of the American Chemical Society

Sixth-graders Participate in “Healthy Visions”

Sixth-graders Zero in on Scientific Notation

Seventh-grader Places Fifth in Spelling Bee

Middle and Upper School Students Compete in OJCL Convention*

Global Ed Day

Seventh-graders Participate in Courage Retreat

Seventh-graders Work with Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Press Releases

With so many exciting lessons, events, and more happening in the halls of Seven Hills, we often share our news with the Cincinnati community. Press releases feature stories sent to news outlets in the area, as well as pieces about Seven Hills in the news.

E. E. Ford Foundation Awards Prestigious Matching Grant to The Seven Hills School

89% of Seven Hills’ Seniors Receive Early Action Acceptance

Art, Language Collide in Chinese Class

Middle School Students Featured in Cincinnati Children’s Video

Seven Hills Students Conduct Waste Audit

Seven Hills Students to Simulate World Hunger Crisis