Congratulations to our Powder Puff King Candidates. The King will be crowned Friday night. Bryce Alford, Caden McCarty, Quinn Walsh, Jarrett Phillips, and Tyler Kost The game is at 6:00 pm at Chieftain Stadium. The public is welcome. The cost is $5.00. Masks and social distancing for spectators are
Congratulations to Danielle Wolfe who has signed to play soccer at Bluffton University. Seated L-R: Kelly Wolfe, father, Danielle, Sheila Wolfe, mother Standing L-R: Brandy Ball, LHS head varsity coach, Jordan Wolfe, brother, Greg Rimkus, LHS assistant coach
Levi Keck, a student at Logan High School, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. Among U.S. high school graduates in 2019, just 4,879 out of nearly 1.8 million who took the ACT® earned a perfect score.
Students...If you want a job, you can have one! Almost every business in Hocking County is hiring and needs help very badly. There are also internships and summer only jobs available. For information please email Melissa Atkins at matkins@lhsd.k12.oh.us or stop by Room 201. Our Community NEEDS YOU!
On April 22nd, at 7pm, the Logan High School Thespian Troupe will present its annual showcase performance. The showcase is a troupe talent show of sorts, where theatre students stretch their wings and perform skits, songs, scenes, and dance.
The Senior Class is taking donations for gently used books to fill the "Blessing Boxes" at Mingo Park that our Industrial Tech students built. Please bring donations to Mrs. Atkins, Room 201 by Friday, 4/23.
Logan High School was contacted by the Mingo Park Project to see if we were able to assist in the building of items for a renovation that has been occurring at the park. As part of the Advanced Woodworking course we traditionally do community service projects so we were more than willing to take on the builds.
LHS Graduation is scheduled for Friday, May 28th at 8:00pm. Click on the link below for more information about the ceremony.
Recently, the Military Science Cadets competed in an intra-program marching competition dubbed "Marching Madness". Six flights (teams) from the Military Science program competed and "Charlie" Flight edged out "Foxtrot" Flight for the championship.
Congratulations to this week's winners of the $21.00 gift cards from the Class of 2021 parents.
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