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Lohn Valley was settled in 1879 by W.F. Lohn and family. In 1896 Lohn Central School was built at Lohn ISD’s present location as a consolidation of three small schools near the town of Lohn. The school had one teacher: Mr. S.H. Gholson. As Lohn grew in the early 1900’s, a need for a larger school emerged. Consequently, in 1915, a new two-story, brick school house was built. By 1934 Lohn students had once again outgrown their school, and the building was replaced with another new building. The 1934 building housed the majority of classes until it was replaced with the present new main building in 2004. A new ag science classroom and shop was completed in 2009. In the fall of 2012 Eagle Field, through donations, was completely renovated including, new natural-grass turf, chain link fence, announcer's booth, concession stand, new field lighting and sound system.

Lohn School has a history rich in helping prepare its students for future success. Graduates of Lohn School have chosen careers in the following areas: teaching, coaching, school administration, college professors, military personnel, nursing, medical technicians, national security, attorneys, wildlife conservation, firefighters, and the list goes on…

Lohn School students have also been successful in extracurricular activities. Lohn School has won regional and state championships in 6-man football. Lohn School students have won state championships in track and tennis. Lohn has won several district and area championships in basketball. Lohn School students have qualified for regional and state competitions in academics including one-act-play, debate, science, poetry reading, and social studies contests.