Career Education

Enroll at Maplewood for hands-on education that provides you with skills and experience, preparing you for a rewarding career. 

Top 10 Reasons Our Students Choose Maplewood

1. Learn to Earn - Apply ourself to real-world, hands-on experiences that launch you into an exciting career.

2. Look Forward to School - Make the most out of your high school experience by doing something you enjoy with students with similar interests.

3. Put Your Education To Work – Develop the expertise, confidence and skills for today’s top careers. 

4. Get a Jumpstart on College – Earn valuable college credits while in high school.

5. Get Connected – Build your valuable career network of students, experts and employers to fast track your success.

6. Get Ahead – Earn critical business and industry certifications, required licenses and college credits. 

7. Receive the Best of Both Worlds - Participate in your home high school extra-curricular activities while learning skills for a lifetime.

8. Save Money – Take advantage of tuition-free career education while in high school as opposed to paying thousands of dollars for the same training after graduation.

9. Learn From Experts - Connect with experienced and highly-qualified instructors to acquire technical and academic skills for high-demand career.

10. Fund Your Future – Use your career technical experience to earn an above average wage, pay for advanced training and earn money for college.

Want more information about Maplewood?

Contact Dawn McLendon, Career Education Coordinator
mclendonda@mwood.cc 
(330) 296-2892 x551100

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Jan 18
End of Second 9 Weeks of Grading Period

The end of the second 9 week grading period