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Logan-Hocking Schools
 
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

Daily Announcements
Pennant Drive
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
Video of Building
Girls and Boys Varsity Track & Field will begin on Monday, March 2nd after school at 2:45pm. There will be a mandatory meeting for all parents and athletes on Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:00pm at Logan High School. All athletes are required to have a completed physical prior to participating in any conditioning. Athletes without a physical will not be permitted to condition.
Local scholarship applications are due on Monday, March 2nd, at 8 am.
The ACT registration deadline for the April 18th test date is March 13th. Any junior planning on attending a four year college should register for the ACT this Spring. Please see your school counselor if you have any questions about the registration process.
High School students can find their blizzard bag assignments on their teacher's websites. A link to teacher's websites can be found here. Or by typing in this address: http://goo.gl/TNd2q2
Logan High School recently held their 9th annual Poetry Out Loud contest. A field of 12 students competed for the top spot of School Champion, and the chance to represent LHS at the state competition to be held in March at the Lincoln Theater in Columbus. This year's winner was junior Nathan Kudlapur, who finished in second place at last year's contest. Second and third place winners were, Justine Torongeau and Lilly Porter, respectively. The event was organized by Shelly Riggs, Drama Instructor. The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with U.S. state arts agencies to support Poetry Out Loud, a contest that encourages the nation's youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation.
Logan High School Instrumentalists participated in the District XV Solo and Ensemble Contest on Saturday, January 24th, at Pickerington North High School. Over 1000 students across Central Ohio participated in this annual event at this location. Students were rated as Superior, Excellent, Good, Fair, or Poor.
The top 5 king and queen candidates have been announced for Winter Sports. They are Emily Starlin, Abby Rose, Ben Barlow, Faith Freeman, and Storee Smith, D.J. Madison, Andrew Dillhoff, Mackenzie Skaggs, Chance Cox, and Will Brooks. The king and queen will be crowned this Friday, February 6th, before the varsity basketball game. Good luck to all the candidates!
A student representing Logan High School recently won high honors in this year's WordWright Challange, a competition for American high school students requiring close reading and analysis of many different kinds of prose and poetry.
The LHS Art Department is proud to announce that three LHS Art Students were chosen to receive Honorable Mentions in this yearís 2015 Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. Twenty-four LHS Art Students participated in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition this year, among 1500 of Ohioís best competitors from around the state of Ohio.
The Logan High School National Honor Society welcomed 58 new members at a ceremony held Decemeber 18th. Selection was based upon careful consideration of studentís scholarship, leadership, service, and character by the Logan High School National Honor Society Faculty Council.
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Address
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

Principal
Jim Robinson