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.

To purchase a Personalized Brick for the High School, Click Here for the brochure.

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

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
Students signed up for Advanced Placement (A.P) courses, this is a reminder that Monday, June 1st, is the deadline to drop a course without taking a WF (withdraw fail) on your transcript. Please contact your school counselor with any questions.
The LHS Summer School Schedule has been set and will run on the following schedule: All Classes offered will be dependent on enrollment. There is no cost to Logan High School students to attend Summer School. Students may register for the camp by seeing their guidance counselor or by calling the main office and registering with Amy Reichling @ 385-2069.
After winning the Southeastern Ohio Athletic League title, the Varsity Girls Track Team finished 2nd at the District Championship on Thursday, at Marietta. The girls competed well against good competition. A special congratulations to the following regional qualifiers: Cassidy Bosch (High Jump, Pole Vault, 4x4 Relay), Emily Dennis (4x4 Relay), Hannah Evans (4x4 Relay), Brianna Jackson (4x4 Relay), Allison McNeal (Shot Put, Discus), Grace Seibel (Pole Vault), and Marissa Smith (1600, 3200).
We have been in our “New” High School for eight years now. Many of you may have missed out on the first opportunity to “Preserve A Memory”. We would like to offer new high school families, new staff members, new community members and anyone who missed out initially, a piece of Logan High School. There are two separate walls of bricks in the Logan Chieftain Stadium. The patron wall is right inside the main entrance to the stadium and the Veterans Wall is next to the United States Flag pole.
The following students are the 2015 LHS graduates receiving a Diploma with Honors:
The Logan and Nelsonville-York baseball and softball teams raised $1,363 for the Hocking County Relay for Life last week.
A student representing Logan High School recently won high honors in this years WordWright Challenge, a competition for American high school students requiring close reading and analysis of many different kinds of prose and poetry.
The schedule for the Logan Marching Chieftains has been announced. It includes information on the summer schedule, new halftime music, and summer uniforms. Please click HERE for a copy of the schedule.
The 2nd Annual Superhero 5k was a success. The LHS Biomedical Sciences Seniors of 2015 were able to raise approximately $2000 for The Hope Blooms Foundation. Thank you to all of the sponsors and participants for your support! Click HERE for results from the event.
On Thursday, May 14th, the LHS Department of Theatre will present its final performances. Drama Talent, Bustin' Out, Vol. 37 will start at 7pm in the Logan High School Theatre, and will feature performances from Theatre Arts Survey, Theatre II, and the Thespian Troupe. This semester's plays are: Rapunzel Uncut, Myth Adventures, and Us and Them. Doors open at 6:30pm, and admission is free.
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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