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Seven Hills School Press Releases
Seven Hills Senior Featured on Channels 5 & 12
4/6/2016
Olympic hopeful Matthew Marquardt and Athletic Director Brian Phelps share Matthew's story.
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Seven Hills Senior Qualifies for Olympic Trials
3/30/2016
Marquardt has committed to swim next year at Princeton University.
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Three Seven Hills Seniors Named 2016 Presidential Scholar Candidates
2/2/2016
Presidential Scholars is one of the nation's highest honors for high school seniors
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Seven Hills' Books for Lunch Airs on WVXU
1/11/2016
Seven Hills parents and Books for Lunch committee chairs Colleen Dwight and Victoria Karamanoukian were interviewed on 91.7 WVXU Cincinnati, on Jan. 10.
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Two seniors commit to play for Division I schools
11/30/2015
Congratulations to seniors Matthew Marquardt and Olivia Silverman, who have committed to play their respective sports for Division I colleges and universities.
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Seven Hills Students Conduct Waste Audit
10/20/2015
Students are bucking "gloom and doom" trend, taking action now
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Seven Hills Tops National Merit Percentage Among Cincinnati Schools
9/28/2015
9.6 percent of the Class of 2016 were recently named National Merit Semifinalists.
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Seven Hills Senior Receives U.S. Presidential Scholars Nomination
2/11/2014
The Seven Hills School congratulates Brian Hu, of Symmes Township, for his U.S. Presidential Scholars Program nomination. Brian, also an AP Scholar with Distinction and National Merit Semi-Finalist, demonstrates exemplary academic and athletic character.

Brian also received the 2013 Boys Varsity Track Miami Valley Conference Scholar Athlete award, as well as Frederick Hauck Scholarship for Commitment and Achievement in the Fields of Mathematics and/or Science. He also was an all-school winner in the American Math Competition, and in 2012, Brian received a Maxima Cum Laude rating in the National Latin Exam Level 3 category.

The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964, by executive order of the President, to recognize and honor some of the nation's most distinguished graduating high school seniors. Each year, up to 141 students are named as Presidential Scholars, one of the nation's highest honors for high school students.















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