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Welcome to Benjamin Logan High School

Benjamin Logan High School is a public, four-year comprehensive high school. The average student enrollment is 150 students per graduating class. Benjamin Logan is fully accredited by the State of Ohio Department of Education. It is a member of the consortium of local high schools comprising the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. Students may attend the career center on a full time or part time basis their junior and senior year, to enroll in specialized vocational programs.

Induction Ceremony: Friday, January 20, 2017
High School  Gymnasium: 6:30pm

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2016 Hall of Fame Inductees

Jayme McKirahan-Hefner
2003-2007 Inducted 2016

12 Varsity Letters
2 Time 1st Team All District 9 Volleyball 2005, 2006
3 Time 1st Team All CBC Volleyball 2004, 2005, 2006
3 Time Examiner All Area Volleyball 2004, 2005, 2006
District 9 All Star Game Volleyball 2006
Benjamin Logan Highest Kill Percentage Award 2006
2 Volleyball Conference Championships 2003, 2004
2 Time 1st Team All Southwest District Softball 2006, 2007
2 Time 1st Team All CBC Softball 2006, 2007
District 9 All Star Game Softball 2007
2 Time Examiner All Area Softball 2006, 2007
Benjamin Logan Highest Batting Avg. Award 2006
Benjamin Logan Hustle Award 2007
Softball School Records of Season Triples (9), Career Triples (17), Season Home Runs (8), Career Home Runs (20)
1st Benjamin Logan player to hit an over the fence Home Run at the new field
2 Softball Conference Championships 2005, 2006
2 Time Basketball All CBC Honorable Mention 2006, 2007
2 Time Benjamin Logan Top Defensive Player Award 2005, 2007
Benjamin Logan Top Rebounder Award 2007
Basketball School Record of Single Game Rebounds (22)
***Jayme currently resides in Rushsylvania and is a local business owner of Simply Natural.   She is married to Travis and has 2 children.

Landon McKirahan
2007-2011 Inducted 2016

5 Varsity Letters
3rd Team All Ohio Football 2010
1st Team All Southwest District Football 2010
Honorable Mention All Southwest District Football 2009
1st Team All CBC Football 2010
Honorable Mention All CBC Football 2009
Examiner All Area Offensive Player of the Year Football 2010
2 Time Examiner All Area Football 2010, 2011
Football Conference Championship 2010
Rushed for 2674 Career Yards, Scored 30 Career Touchdowns
State Placer 4X100M Relay 2011
2 Time State Qualifier 4X100M Relay 2010, 2011
State Qualifier 100M Dash 2011
Regional Placer 100M Dash 2011
2 Time Regional Placer 4X100M Relay 2010, 2011
2 Time Regional Placer 4X200M Relay 2010, 2011
2 Time Regional Qualifier 100M Dash 2010, 2011
Regional Qualifier 200M Dash 2011
District Champion 100M Dash 2011
District Champion 4X100M Relay 2011
District Champion 4X200M Relay 2011
Conference Champion 100M Dash 2011
Conference Champion 4X100M Relay 2011
2 Time Conference Champion 4X200M Relay 2010, 2011
2 Track & Field Conference Championships 2010, 2011
Track & Field District Runner-Up 2011
Track School Record 4X100M Relay (42.88), 4X200M Relay (1:30.74)
2011 Never lost a 100M race until Regional Finals - 2nd Place
***Landon currently resides in Belle Center and works for Envirocore as an environmental driller.  He is engaged to Sierra Harris to be married on Nov. 11, 2017.



Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCP) program allows Benjamin Logan students (grades 7-12) the opportunity to earn college credit and apply that credit toward their high school graduation requirements.  The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college ready students.  

Taking a college course (either online, on campus, or at Benjamin Logan High School) from a public college or university is free (no cost for tuition, books, and/ or fees) for those involved in the CCP program.

If you are interested in participating in the CCP program for the 2017-2018 school year, students and parents must attend an information meeting on Thursday, January 26th at 6:00 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. 

Should you have any questions or concerns, please call the High School's Guidance Office at (937) 592-1666.



What's Happening

Moving in a new direction, the high school will be posting interims and grade cards electronically within progress book. If you do not have parent access to progress book, contact the high school office for assistance. Watch the video below for a tutorial on accessing the interim report.   READ MORE...
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Senior of the Month: Bradon StudebakerSenior of the Month: Darby Eades

Senior of the Month: Bradon Studebaker

Senior of the Month: Darby Eades