Logan High School (La Crosse, Wisconsin)

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Logan High School
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"Onward Logan"
Location
La Crosse, Wisconsin, United States
Information
Type Public 4-year
Established 1928
Principal Scott Mihalovic
Faculty 75
Enrollment 850
Color(s) Red and White
Mascot Rangers
Information 608-789-7700
Website

Logan High School is a public high school in La Crosse, Wisconsin operated by the School District of La Crosse. In 2014, US News & World Report ranked Logan #29 in Wisconsin's top performing high schools.[1]

History[edit]

In August 1979, construction of Logan Senior High School was completed on the north side of La Crosse. The new school was a three-year high school during the 1979-80 school year. It became a four-year high school (grades 9-12) in 1980 with the reorganization of the district and creation of middle schools. Two classroom wings for the math, social studies and world language departments have been added. A multi-purpose addition was finished in the fall of 1997, which provides music and athletic practice and performance facilities.[2]

In 2005, principal Scott Mihalovic won the La Crosse Tribune Person of the Year award stating, "Scott Mihalovic, who as principal at Logan High School provided steady leadership during a challenging period at the school."[3]

President Bush delivers remarks on Education Accountability at Logan High School in 2002.

Statistics[edit]

  • Logan High is a two-story building of about 240,000 square feet (22,000 m2) situated on a 32-acre (130,000 m2) site in the La Crosse River Valley.
  • 850 Students grades 9-12
  • 75 Teachers — 15 Departments (more than 50% have Masters Degrees)
  • Average composite ACT core score: 22.0
  • School Mascot: "La Crosse Logan Rangers"[4]

Student demographics[edit]

Programs and activities[edit]

  • Academic Decathlon
  • Cisco Networking Academy
  • Chinese, French, German, and Spanish language courses
  • DECA
  • Delta Epsilon Phi, Honor Society in German
  • EStart for School-Age Parents
  • FBLA, "Future Business Leaders of America"
  • FCCLA, "Family, Career and Community Leaders of America"
  • Forensics
  • Go Green Team
  • High Quiz Bowl and NAQT
  • LEAP — Alternative Program
  • Marketing Coop Job, Apprenticeship
  • National Honor Society
  • Project Lead the Way
  • Project Respect
  • Ranger Renaissance
  • School Within a School
  • Youth Apprenticeship
  • Theater
  • Sport programs include basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, track and field, wrestling, cross country, swimming, tennis, power lifting, soccer, football, fall dance team, winter dance team, cheer leading, golf, gymnastics, hockey, and ski teams.[6]

Sister schools[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

External links[edit]

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