High School News

  • The Loudonville Free Street Fair is approaching that means time to start thinking about applying for the Kettering Scholarship Awards.  The awards are endowed by the Kettering Family, to continue the Legacy of Charles F. Kettering.  Mr. Kettering...
  • It's back to school time and your student will need supplies for the upcoming year.  Click on the building link below to locate the appropriate supply list for your student(s)....
  • Please read about the important change in the school lunch program for the upcoming school year from Supt. Catherine Puster...
  • Our athletic department has been working to create an all-encompassing list of All-Ohioans from our school district's rich athletic history. Our goal is to have a list that spans not only our sports offered at Loudonville High School, but also those...
  • The Ohio Department of Health has issued helpful information regarding COVID-19 such as:  What to do if you have COVID-19 - regardless of symptoms or vaccination status What to do if you were exposed to someone who has COVID-19 and...
  • The Board of Education has approved the 2022-2023 school calendar. To view the calendar, click HERE.
  • There are many apps that students can engage in, good and bad, and it's difficult for parents to stay informed about the newest apps that are geared towards inappropriate behavior. More and more apps allow users to communicate anonymously, help...
  • JH and HS students are encouraged to join the LHS drug free club, Redbird Strong.  Being involved in the club will give students the chance to say “no” to peer pressure because they are “tested.”  The LHS administration hopes by offering the club,...
  • Redbird Resilient, a community group, was formed to address emotional health and addiction prevention within the Loudonville-Perrysville community. Comprised of educators, clergy, business leaders and concerned citizens, the group hopes to help...