Mapleton High School
1 Mountie Dr.
Ashland, Ohio 44805
Phone: (419) 945-2188 Fax: (419) 945-8166
Corey Kline, Principal
Matt Stafford, Athletic Director
Sherri Shafer, School Counselor
School and Community: With an enrollment of 868 students, the Mapleton Local School District covers 100.62 square miles and borders on Wayne, Huron, Medina, and Richland counties. It is comprised of an elementary school (Preschool-5), one middle school (6-8), and one high school (9-12).
Mapleton High School is a four-year, comprehensive high school located in Ashland County about 7 miles northeast of Ashland. Enrollment (grades 9-12) is 302 students. 16% of the student body attends The Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center. Mapleton High School offers students the opportunity to participate in post-secondary educational options through partnerships with several institutions of higher learning, or students may attend the International Baccalaureate program offered through the Tri-county International Academy.
Staff: The Mapleton High School staff includes one administrator, one school counselor, and 20 faculty members.
Requirements for Graduation: For the current senior class, 21 credits are required for graduation including 4 credits of English, 4 credits of math, 3 credits of science, 3 credits of social studies, ½ credit of physical education, and ½ credit of health in addition to 6 elective credits. One of the 6 elective credits must be a fine arts credit.
Grade Point Average/Class Rank: GPA is weighted. Mapleton High School courses are weighted on a 4.0 scale. Mapleton High School CCP/Dual Credit courses are weighted on a 5.0 scale. All courses for which grades are given are used in the figuring of the GPA. GPA is figured by computer and carried out 3+ decimal places which will determine class rank. The cumulative GPA is computed at the conclusion of each semester.
Current Grading Scale:
*Please note that Mapleton High School's grading scale was changed for the 2019-2020 school year and beyond. All grades earned prior to 2019-2020 are calculated into a student's GPA using the prior grading scale. That grading scale was A+ 4.0, A 3.95, A- 3.75, B+ 3.25, B 3.0, B- 2.75, C+ 2.25, C 2.0, C- 1.75, D+ 1.25, D 1.0, D- 0.75, F 0.
Scholastic Recognition: Mapleton High School publishes an honor roll each grading period. Achievement is recognized with three honor rolls.
Distinguished Scholar Roll 3.750-4.000+
High Honor Roll 3.500-3.749
Merit Roll 3.000-3.499
ACT Results: Average ACT scores for the Class of 2023 from the March 2022 State-Wide testing (68 students tested) are: 16 English, 17 Math, 17 Reading, 18 Science, 17 Composite
Post High School Education: Approximately 54% of the 2022 graduating class had plans to move on to some form of higher education. 22% intended to attend a 2-year community college and 32% a 4-year college or university.