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Welcome to Benjamin Logan High School

Benjamin Logan High School is a public, four-year comprehensive high school. The average student enrollment is 150 students per graduating class. Benjamin Logan is fully accredited by the State of Ohio Department of Education. It is a member of the consortium of local high schools comprising of the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. Students may attend the career center on a full time or part time basis their junior and senior year, to enroll in specialized vocational programs.


This is the image for the news article titled Lou Vito V-Tech Communications

Lou is President of V-Teck Communications, Inc. owner of WPKO, WBLL, 107.3 The Drive, and Sound Entertainment.  After a brief but successful coaching & teaching career, Lou entered the world of radio as a Marketing Consultant in Columbus.  When he reached his goal of becoming the top biller at each station he worked, Lou decided to buy his own stations.  In 1987, two very distressed radio stations in Bellefontaine were his destination.

This is the image for the news article titled Chad Wilkinson WPKO WBLL 107.3 The Drive

Chad Wilkinson is currently the Operations Manager, Sales Manager & Morning Show host at WPKO, WBLL & 107.3 The Drive radio stations in Bellefontaine. He has been there for 23 years, starting as a part-time producer and working his way to managing the company. His radio career began at Riverside High School where he was on the air and called several ballgames. After graduation he attended the International College of Broadcasting in Dayton. During his time in college he began working part-time running Indians baseball games at WPKO & WBLL. After graduation he began to work on the air at WPKO. He then went on to host the Nite Mix for his first full-time position. Just over a year later he was promoted to the Morning Show where he’s been the host for the last 20 years. In 1999 he became the Operations Manager and then took on the role of Sales Manager in 2005. 


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Moving in a new direction, the high school will be posting interims and grade cards electronically within progress book. If you do not have parent access to progress book, contact the high school office for assistance. Watch the video below for a tutorial on accessing the interim report.   READ MORE...