Spring parent teacher conferences will be held at the high school on Thursday, March 4th from 4:00-7:00 pm and Friday, March 5th from 8:00 am-noon. If you would like to schedule a conference, please click on the attached link. We will send you a confirmation via email. We look forward to hearing from you!

(Click here for Parent/Teacher Conference requests)

*The Raider Memory Walk*

We have recently completed a project where anyone associated with our School District has the opportunity to purchase an engraved brick and etch in stone your Raider Memories. We urge anyone and everyone to take advantage of this situation and help us build our Raider Memory Walk. You can have your brick engraved with names, awards, clubs, organizations,
victories, championships, loved ones, families, and much more. Please see the order form for details of this opportunity.

Simply print the order form and return it by mail or send it in with a student to the school office. Many have asked if they could make a purchase as a Christmas Gift to honor a loved one. We will place
our first 
brick order by Monday, December 14, 2020, so plan now and return your form and brick information.

Our bricks will be laid into the Memory Walk area of our stadium to be enjoyed this spring. This memorial project began with the love and support of our community in memory of #20 Robbie Smith and #8 Wyatt Smith.

Together we will fill this memory walk with engraved bricks to honor former Raiders and those that have served the Benjamin Logan Community. Please take advantage of this opportunity and preserve your Benjamin Logan legacy
in stone for all to enjoy. Order your brick today!

Order Form

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 of 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.


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