Congratulations to Riley Wharton upon signing with the US Naval Academy!
Congratulations to Taylor Haley upon signing to shoot archery at Campbellsville University.
Congratulations to Shelby Gettings and Andrew Lyne as they are the Lewisburg Banking Company Student Athletes of the Month for the month of May.
Congratulations to the LCHS Softball and baseball teams advancing to the 4th Region Tournament held on the campus of Western Kentucky University next week. Softball - The Lady Cougars advanced as the 13th District Runner-up and will now take on a district winner from either the 14th, 15th, or 16th District. Baseball - The Cougars ground out a 13th District Championship win over the defending 13th District and 4th Region Champions (Franklin) on their home field with a thrilling 3-2 victory last night. The Cougars will now play a district runner-up from any of the other three districts. The 4th Region draws will take place on Saturday and both tournaments will start on Monday.
Logan County High School is proud to announce several of our student-athletes have been honored with the KHSAA Triple Threat Award. This award is given to athletes who participate on the varsity level in at least one fall, spring, and winter sport. The Triple Threat Award program continues a nationwide emphasis to de-emphasize specialization in athletic culture by rewarding athletes who participate year round for schools in multiple sports. The following athletes have been recognized as meeting the criteria: Third Bell - (Football, Basketball, Baseball), Blayke Bingham - (Volleyball, Basketball, Softball), Katie Brooks - (Soccer, Swimming, Track), John Hendricks - (Cross Country, Swimming, Track), Monica Hines - (Soccer, Competitive Cheer, Track), Meredith Johnson - (Track, Cross Country, Basketball), Tommy Krohn - (Golf, Basketball, Baseball), Caden McKinnis - (Football, Basketball, Track).
Congratulations to Skylar McLevain; he is one of four winners in the 2018 BB&T Student Blog Contest.
Graduation commencement will be held 27 May, beginning 4:00 p.m., at WKU’s Diddle Arena.
Ms. Tasha is collecting drink tabs for the Ronald McDonald House at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. Bring your tabs to her in the front office to help with this important cause.
LCHS Journalism has created a new online journal: https://catchronicle.wixsite.com/lchs/home
The latest edition of the LCCN News is available for viewing; go to LCCN News
Logan County Athletic Department announces a “Free Sports Physical Night” on 06 June from 4pm – 6pm. This opportunity will be for incoming 9th grade student-athletes and up that are enrolled in Logan County High School. More announcements will be made at a later date.
Lady Cougar Basketball will be hosting a skills development basketball camp on June 6, 7 and 8. The camp is for grades 1 through 12 (on the designated days). All of the drills provided will be age/grade level appropriate. T-shirts will be provided to all participants. The specified dates for the camp are provided on the attached registration form. For questions or additional information, contact Coach Finley Baird via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or cell phone at 270.991.4413.
LCHS students - When you are absent from school bring your written verification/doctor’s note, etc. to the front office. You are allowed ONLY five parent notes per school year. Attendance impacts success.
Congratulations to freshman Ashtyn Cole and senior Thomas Key, as they were the most recent Attendance for Academic Success contest winners. Each student was awarded an AAS medallion and a $10.00 Dairy Queen gift card. AAS is sponsored by our Logan County Youth Services Center. All LCHS students qualify to win by having no unexcused absences on their attendance report, passing G.P.A.'s in all classes and no disciplinary issues during the specific time frame.
The University of Kentucky has announced this summer’s Women in Engineering Camp for girls interested in engineering will be held 24-30 June. Cost is $450. Additional information is available at
Students-Please remember you have five school days to submit written verification of an unexcused absence to the front office. After that, a truancy letter will be sent home at three unexcused days or six unexcused tardiness events. The school will contact a parent/guardian by phone at four unexcused days. At six unexcused days school officials will make a home visit prior to the Board of Education filing Truancy charges when a student has nine unexcused absences from school.