Licking Heights High School

The selectable images and aerial photographs further below show information about Licking Heights High School. Licking Heights High School is a public high school in Pataskala, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Licking Heights Local School District. Their mascot is the Hornet.


The school provides approximately 10 AP courses, along with several Dual Enrollment courses through the Central Ohio Technical College. The first National Merit Finalist from Licking Heights High School just earned that distinction.

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  • Quiz Bowl
  • National Honor Society
  • DECA
  • Various student organizations, including Drama Club and Chess Club
  • Newspaper
  • Environmental Club
  • An excellent annual musical production

Marching band

The Licking Heights Marching Band has 95 members as of 2011. The band is known for integrating their unique and engaging marching style with quality music. They have been a prominent fixture at the OMEA State Marching Band Finals, having earned a superior rating for the past ten seasons.

Licking Heights Youth Association, Inc.

The primary objective of the Licking Heights Youth Association is to promote youth athletics in the community by fostering growth and encouraging interest and participation.

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships

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Licking Heights School District (0 km)

The Licking Heights School District is a local, public school district mainly located in Pataskala, Ohio in Licking County, Ohio with a school in Blacklick, Ohio, all in the USA. Governance The school district is governed by a five-member school board, elected individually. The current members of this board are Mark Loth, President Brian Bagley, Vice President Matt Satterwhite Nicole Roth Richard Wand Licking Heights is under the Ohio Department of Education. It is a member of LACA, which provides services such as an online grade book and a mentorship program for high school students.

Summit Station, Ohio (3.81 km)

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Licking Heights Central (Middle School) (4.01 km)

Licking Heights Central (Middle School) is a public middle school in Pataskala, Ohio. It is the only middle school in the Licking Heights School District. Central's mission statement is "At Central we strive to reach our potential through hard work, positive attitude, and strong character." and their mascot is the hornet. Athletics Licking Heights Central has 8 different sports which include Basketball, Football, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Track and Field, Cross country running, and Wrestling.

Pataskala, Ohio (4.87 km)

Pataskala is a city in Licking County, Ohio, United States. The population was 14,962 at the 2010 census. Pataskala was a small community until 1996, when what was then the village of Pataskala merged with Lima Township, vastly increasing its population and geographic area. Geography Pataskala is located at (39.997890, -82.697411), along the South Fork of the Licking River in Southwestern Licking County. Pataskala is also the home of two school districts, Southwest Licking Local Schools and Licking Heights Local Schools.

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