Logan High School
Logan High School is located in the scenic Hocking Hills region near the intersection of State Route 33 and State Route 328. Approximately 1200 students in grades nine through twelve attend that are supported by over 100 staff members.

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BUS PASSES for Logan High School - To request a bus pass, students must bring a note from their parent and present it to the administrative assistant in the main office. If the bus pass is requesting a student be allowed to ride home with another student, both students must present a note. Parents may call the main office or email the administrative assistant if needed.

Requests must be turned in before 2:00pm each day. Requests after 2:00pm may not be processed in time for dismissal at 2:30pm.

Some busses are full and passes will not be issued for those busses.

Teacher Lesson Plans
LHS Course Planning Guide
Student Handbook
Bell Schedule
OGT Support Services
LHS Local Scholarship Information
Accreditation Report
STEM Certification Report

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2012-2013 School Report Card
Logan High School Counseling
Logan Theatre
Logan Marching Chieftains
Logan FFA
LHS Yearbook
LHS Cheerleading
LHS Key Club
The Chieftain Newspaper
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Dance tryouts for the high school Hilltop Singers will be Wednesday, May 6th, in the high school music room at 2:30pm. Vocal tryouts for the Hilltop Singers and Chamber Singers will be Wednesday, May 6th & Thursday, May 7th, in the high school music room at 2:30pm. Anyone interested in trying out should pick up a form from Mr. Givens in the high school music room (334).
You are cordially invited to attend the Second Annual Thespian Showcase. The Showcase is an evening celebrating the talents of our theatre students, in a talent show format. The performance is Thursday, April 23rd, at 7pm in the Logan High School Theatre. There is no admission charge. It is the theatre department's 'thank you' to the community. Poetry, song, monologues, dance, duet acting, comedy...the Showcase has something for everyone.
Logan High School Visual Arts students once again demonstrated that they are strong competitors on the state level by placing six works of art in the prestigious Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition at the Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus. The six pieces, created by five students, were selected from a field of over 12,000 statewide for the esteemed 300-piece annual exhibition and its two cameo shows.
Richard Marx in Concert Richard Marx, best know for his hits "Right Here Waiting", "Angelia", and "Hold On To the Nights", will be performing in concert on June 13, 2015 at Logan High School. Doors open at 6:30pm, and the concert starts at 7:30pm. Tickets, either advanced or purchased at the door, will be $35, $50, $75, with VIP tickets costing $100. The VIP tickets are the first 3 rows.
LHS Student Council recently partnered with Children's Services and the LHS Art Honor Society to paint store fronts with a blue ribbon for child abuse awareness month. Child abuse awareness month is during the month of April.
On April 10th, Logan High School's Beyond the Bell book club, Battle of the Books, travelled to the Ohio Christian University (OCU) for a competition students have been preparing for since September. Battle of the Books is a competition where local schools come together to answer questions about books. The other schools in this year's competition were Circleville High School, Logan Elm High School, Teays Valley High School, and Westfall High School. Circleville won this year's competition, but Logan almost made it to the semi-finals with a strong showing from our students. Even though this is a competition, it is a friendly competition about reading, and all students supported and respected the other teams.
The Logan High School Junior/Senior Prom will be held on Saturday, April 25th at 7:00 p.m. at Logan High School. The theme for the 2015 Junior/Senior Prom is A Roaring Night in NYC. Decorations will highlight an urban cityscape with a contemporary take on the roaring twenties. Highlights of this year's prom include a new DJ and an option to have a buffet dinner at the Urban Grille (formerly the Brass Ring).
There are lists of students earning the Diploma with Honors that are posted outside the guidance office, Mr. Sutton's and Ms. Gordon's classrooms. Please review them to make sure you were not accidentally omitted.
LHS and The Bowen House Present: The 14th Annual LHS Spring Art Show. For the month of April, students at LHS will display their artistic talents at the Bowen House for the 14th Annual LHS Spring Art Show. The gallery opening will be held Friday, April 10th, from 6pm to 8pm. The Show runs from April 10th until April 24th, and can be viewed at the Bowen House during normal business hours. “We are so proud of our students,” said LHS Art Instructor Jeremy McAfee. “This show features over 90 student artists from LHS which is a wonderful array of artistic achievement,” said McAfee.
Baseball and softball games cancelled today. No makeup date has been scheduled. The tennis match cancelled on April 6th has been rescheduled for April 21st.
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Logan High School
14470 St. Rt. 328
Logan, Ohio 43138

Phone Numbers
Phone: 740.385.2069
Fax: 740.385.9564

School Hours
7:27 AM - 2:30 PM

Jim Robinson