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The Board of Education is committed to providing a safe, positive, productive, and nurturing educational environment for all of its students. The Board encourages the promotion of positive interpersonal relations between members of the school community.
All students are required to take two credits of English and math, one credit each of government/social studies and science. Course work in mathematics, communications and science are customized to the individual program as well as meeting the graduation requirements for the state of Ohio.
Each student at Maplewood will become a member of the class chapter of an appropriate youth organization. They include several groups such as SkillsUSA, FFA, BPA, FCCLA, DECA and others.
Looking for information about career and colleges? When to take the ACT & SAT test? Federal Student aid? Student Resources has information to help you plan your future after high school.
Maplewood provides individuals with educational experiences that aid in personal growth and the development of career/technical skills leading to graduation, higher education, and/or employment.
Maplewood is a special place filled with special people and special programs. One of these programs is the Award of Merit program. This program was created for our students, and the communities around us.
The goal of career education is to motivate students to learn by showing them that learning is directly linked to their future. Job Shadowing is one way to make the connection between education and careers.