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Mia & Kaitlinn stand in front of their favorite Honda Museum exhibit - the jet.

Kelly practices painting a car door using virtual simulation.

Mosaics with Ms. Vicki

8th Grade Choices Program

Mosaics with Ms. Vicki

8th Grade Choices Program

Mosaics with Ms. Vicki


The Benjamin Logan Middle School is a part of the Benjamin Logan Local School District rural campus which is located six miles outside of Bellefontaine. The Middle School serves grades five through eight with an enrollment of approximately 530 students. We stress academic rigor and relevance, the importance of responsible citizenship, and development of each student’s abilities and interest. Benjamin Logan Middle School is one of the top rated Middle School in the area.  Go Raiders! 
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Raider Spotlight

7th Grade Career Day

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Benjamin Logan Middle School’s seventh grade class recently participated in a Career Day event sponsored by the Midwest Regional ESC and the Logan County Chamber of Commerce.  Our students gained hands-on exposure to many occupations that are well-known, but also to other, possibly unfamiliar career choices.

Students had the opportunity to talk with representatives from more than 35 different professions from Logan County including:  law enforcement, agriculture, engineering, cosmetology, various medical fields, multimedia marketing, funeral director, and many more occupations.  The students also completed a “scavenger hunt” assignment that gave them a chance to interact with the presenters, ask questions about the occupations, and ask about specific job requirements.

Through this career exploration activity, our students gained much information to consider when choosing a career and reaching their personal career goals.  This program is just one opportunity our students have as we continue to explore many career opportunities.

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7th Grade Career Day!

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