LCHS makes US News list of America's Best High Schools
Wednesday, May 09, 2012
School recognized as one of the best!

It's official, Logan County High School is one of the "Best High Schools" in the state of Kentucky. Each year, US News & World Report collects information on high schools across the United States (this year 22,000) and then creates a rankings list. Of the 228 high schools in Kentucky, 58 were recognized as being either a Gold, Silver or Bronze medal school. Logan County was recognized as "Bronze" and joins Bowling Green, Greenwood and Glasgow as the only other schools within our region to have made the rankings list.

To determine the "Best High Schools" national ranking list, US News incorporated a methodology that first analyzed a school at the state level-- in terms of its success on state assessments, (taking into consideration indicators regarding a school's unique community). High schools that made it through the state criteria were eligible to be ranked nationally in terms of college readiness. College readiness was determined by success on the Advanced Placement testing results for each school. For additional information concerning this article follow the included link: