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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There will be a chinese auction on Saturday, December 5th, at the Hocking County Fairgrounds Youth Building. Doors will open at 5:30pm and the drawing will start at 7pm. There will be toys, crafts, glassware, a grocery basket, local business certificates, and much much more.
The 2015 Logan High School Aerial (yearbooks) can be picked up at the high school for those students who have graduated or Tri-County students. Current students will receive their yearbooks during the day or may pick them up in Room 202. There is a very limited supply of extra yearbooks and are $70.
Logan High School sophomore student, Emily Dennis, was the winner for grades 9 and 10 of the American Education Week contest sponsored by the Logan Education Association Hall of Fame Committee. Dennis wrote an essay about the wonderful learning facility at Logan High School, the helpful teaching staff, and the variety of activities offered. Dennis is a student in Mrs. Kellie Hayden's English class. She won a $20 prize for her winning essay.
Mrs. Fitch's Advanced Health class at Logan High School has been learning about nutrition. Students were given the names of some uncommon foods not usually consumed by many young students and adolescents. They were asked to research the food to learn the valuable nutrients (vitamins/minerals) found in each, some history of the food, some fun facts, and some yummy nutritious recipes.
Thirty-two members of the Chief Logan FFA recently traveled to Miller High School to compete in the District 10 barnyard Olympics. Members competed in events including: sled pull, hay bale obstacle course, egg toss, hay bale toss, chubby bunny and tug-o-war. Each team earned points throughout the evening for their placing in the events. After all the points were tabulated, Chief Logan was victorious.
Interim Grades for 2nd Quarter are now posted in Infinite Campus for access via Campus Portal.
The world premiere of Pirate Girl opens at the Logan High School Theatre on Friday, November 20th. A student matinee will be presented during the school day, and the first public performance is at 7:30pm on Friday night. Additional performances will be presented on Saturday, November 21st at 7:30pm and Sunday, November 22nd at 2:00pm. General admission tickets are $6, and are available in the high school athletic office or by calling Wendy Cook at 740.385.2069 ext. 4.
Logan High School showcased one of its outstanding academic programs during the 17th annual Student Achievement Fair on November 10th at the 2015 Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Capital Conference and Trade Show. The celebration of learning and achievement highlighted 100 innovative programs at the conference held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus.
A list of students eligible for induction into the Logan High School National Honor Society is posted outside of the guidance office. Sophomore students with a 3.75 or above cumulative grade point average, and Junior and Senior studentís with a 3.50 or above cumulative grade point average who have attended Logan High School for at least one full semester are eligible to apply.
Logan High School Theatre is pleased to announce that Pirate Girl Flying Director Jason Whicker, of On the Fly Productions, will supervise theatrical flying OPEN TO THE PUBLIC on November 6th and 7th, both dates from 6-8pm in the Logan High School Theatre. Cost is $10, or three flyers for $25. Participants will be safely harnessed and then be lifted into the air for several flights around the Jolly Roger in our own Neverland. Flyers will be taught how to take off and land safely, and will be able to feel like Peter Pan or Tinkerbell as they soar above the stage. Minors must be accompanied by an adult, and all flyers must sign a waiver. Mini-flights are appropriate for ages 5 through adult.
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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 - 2:35 PM

Jim Robinson