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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
Senior Registration Sheet
Junior Registration Sheet
Sophomore Registration Sheet
Freshman Registration Sheet
Student Handbook
Bell Schedule
OGT Support Services

Daily Announcements
Pennant Drive
2012-2013 School Report Card
Logan High School Counseling
Logan Theatre
Logan Marching Chieftains
Logan FFA
LHS Yearbook
LHS Cheerleading
The Chieftain Newspaper
Video of Building
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 year’s 2015 Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. Twenty-four LHS Art Students participated in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition this year, among 1500 of Ohio’s 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 student’s scholarship, leadership, service, and character by the Logan High School National Honor Society Faculty Council.
Beyond the Bell, Logan High School’s after school program, will be offering night school for students in grades 9-12 who have failed the first and/or the second 9 week grading period in the following classes: Algebra I or English I, II, or III. All of these classes are required for graduation. Students that do not take advantage of this opportunity will have to retake the course the following year or attend summer school. Classes will begin on Tuesday, January 20th and will be held 3 evenings per week for 7 weeks. For more information, please call Emily Hildreth at Logan High School 385-2069 or email her at ehildreth@lhsd.k12.oh.us.
Beyond the Bell, Logan High School’s afterschool program, recently held a family night on December 17th from 6-8 pm. All clubs offered during the first semester were on display for families to view. There were also live demonstrations for two clubs including a tournament for Magic the Gathering and a performance illustrating Tae Kwon Do movements by the students and their instructor Aaron Raymer.
ORDER YOUR 2014-2015 YEARBOOK NOW!! EARLY ORDER SPECIAL UNTIL 12/31/14! Order the 2014-2015 yearbook by 12/31/2014 so you don't miss out on this special price of just $60.00! The book price will increase on January 1st!!!
Celebrate My Drive, powered by State Farm®, is pleased to announce Logan High School is one of 100 winning high schools, earning a $25,000 grant. They were among 3,283 registered high schools who participated in this year’s program.
The Logan High School Kick Cancer Club is sponsoring a Pink Basket raffle. Items include two stuffed animals, lanyards, jewerly, make-up, make-up bag, hair curler, sunglasses, t-shirt, 2 totes, hair items, memo pads, journals, sweet treats, etch a sketch, apron, scarves, cup w/straw, blanket, pink christmas lights and bulbs, and pink Christmas tree topper all in a pink basket.
The Ohio House Bill 487 established new requirements for earning a high school diploma in Ohio. The new graduation requirements take effect with the class of 2018. These are students who are entering ninth grade for the first time in the 2014-2015 school year.
A student representing Logan High School recently won high honors in this year's WordWright Challenge, a competition for American high school students requiring close reading and analysis of many different kinds of prose and poetry.
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PTO
Documents
Building Calendar


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