School Profile

Mogadore High School Profile 2014-2015
CEEB: 363490
School Ph: 330-628-9943
School Fax: 330-628-6657
Counseling Office: 330-628-7259 
District Website: www.mogadore.net 
Guidance Website: MHS Counselor’ Corner 
Principal: Mr. Russ Swartz, mo_swartz@mogadore.net 
Counselor: Mrs. Janet L. Warren, Ed.S, LPSC, LPC, NCC, mo_warren@mogadore.net 
Community 
Spanning 2.1 square miles, Mogadore Local School District serves the educational needs of the village of Mogadore.  The district consists of one combined junior/senior high school and one elementary school utilizing a K-6, 7-8, 9-12 grade level configuration.  The student body population consists of .11% Black or African American/Non-Hispanic, .32% Hispanic/Latino, 2.17% Multiracial, and 98.27% White, Non-Hispanic. 
School
Mogadore Local School District’s dual functioning Junior and Senior High School building opened September 4, 2007, currently serves a population of 434 students enrolled in grades 7 through 12, and is accredited by The Ohio Department of Education.  Mogadore High School is a comprehensive four-year public high school enrolling 284 students in grades 9 through 12. 
 Curriculum
Mogadore High School academic program is organized on a yearlong schedule. Seven (7) credits per year is the typical maximum course load.  
Mogadore High School offers 10 Accelerated/Honors courses: English Acc 9-12, Spanish IV, French IV, Pre-Calculus, Acc Biology, Acc Chemistry, and Acc Physics.
Mogadore High School offers three AP courses: AP Psychology, AP European History, and AP Calculus AB 
Mogadore High School Offers two Dual Enrollment courses through Kent State University: Algebra for Calculus and Trigonometry 
College Credit Plus enables students in grades 7-12 to enroll in college courses earning college and/or high school credits at local institutions of higher education. 
Grading
4.0    A – Excellent 93-100
3.0    B – Above Average 85-92
2.0    C – Average 77-84
1.0    D – Below Average 67-76
0.0    F – Failure 66 or below 

GPA Calculation
GPA calculation using the above grading scale includes all high school courses, passed or failed in the computation, taken in grades 8-12.  A minimum of 21 credits is required for graduation.   GPAs are computed in January and June.

Ranking
Class rank is determined using a Cumulative Non-Weighted GPA.  A Cumulative Weighted GPA reflecting Accelerated/Honors and Advanced course loads is used to determine Valedictorian and Salutatorian status. 

Class of 2015 
There were 60 graduates in The Class of 2015 
5   earned a 4.0+
9   earned 3.5 – 3.99
15 earned 3.0 – 3.49
15 earned 2.5 – 2.99
13 earned 2.0 – 2.49
3   earned less than a 2.0 

Post-High School Placement for The Class of 2013 
68% matriculated to 4-year colleges and/or universities
8% matriculated to 2-year colleges and/or technical training programs
23% selected work, military service, or technical instruction

Post-Secondary School Attended by Mogadore High School Alumni
Arizona State University                   Cuyahoga Community College           Lourdes College, PA                  University of Buffalo, NY
Art Institute-CO, FL, IL, PA             Davidson College, NC                        Malone University                      University of Cincinnati
Ashland University                            Denison University                        Miami University                        University of Mount Union
Baldwin-Wallace College                  DeVry University                        Notre Dame College                    University of New Hampshire
Bluffton College                                Fortis College                                     Ohio University                           University of New Mexico
Bowling Green State Univ                George Washington, DC                    Slippery Rock University             University of Northwestern Ohio
Capital University                             Grace College & Seminary, IN          Stark State College                       University of South Florida
Case Western Reserve                       Hiram College                                    The College of Wooster               Ursuline College
Catawba College, NC                        Hocking College                                The Ohio State University            USMA, West Point
Cleveland State University            ITT Technical Institute                      The University of Akron              Walsh University
Colorado Christian University          John Carroll University                      The University of Findley            West Virginia University
Cornell University, NY                     Kent State University                         Thiel College, PA                         Wheaton College, MA
Crown College, MN                          Kenyon College                                  Troy University, AL                    Youngstown State University