School Profile


CEEB 363490

HS Main Office: (330) 628-9943

Counseling Office: (330) 628-7259

District Website:

Counselor’s Website: MHS Counselor’s Corner

Principal: Mr. Russ Swartz,

Counselor: Mrs. Janet Warren,

Superintendent: Mr. John Knapp,


Mogadore Local School District serves the educational needs of the Village of Mogadore, which spans 2.1 square miles,.  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 0.11% Black or African American/Non-Hispanic, 0.23% Hispanic/Latino, 0.90% Multiracial, and 98.76% White, Non-Hispanic.

Accredited by The Ohio Department of Education, Mogadore High School is a comprehensive four-year public high school enrolling 275 students in grades 9 through 12.  The dual functioning Mogadore Junior and Senior High School building serves a population of 440 students enrolled in grades 7 through 12.


Mogadore High School academic program is organized on a yearlong schedule.  Seven (7) credits per year is the typical maximum course load. A minimum of 21 credits are required for graduation.

12 Accelerated/Honors/Advanced courses: Accelerated English 9-12, Spanish IV, Pre-Calculus, Algebra 2 STEM, Accelerated Biology, Accelerated Chemistry, Accelerated Physics, Accelerated Band, and Accelerated Chorus

Four AP® courses: AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP European, and AP Psychology

College Credit Plus enables participating students in grades 7-12 to enroll in college courses earning college and/or high school credits at local institutions of higher education.

Grading                             Regular Accelerated/Honors/AP/CCP

A – Excellent                         93-100    4.0 5.0

B – Above Average 85-92    3.0 4.0

C – Average          77-84    2.0 2.0

D – Below Average 67-76    1.0 1.0

F – Failure          0-66   0.0 0.0

GPA Calculation

Using the above grading scale, GPA calculation includes all passed or failed high school courses taken in grades 7-12.  Final grades are reported on the transcript along with test scores, class rank, and GPA, which is computed at the end of each semester.


A Cumulative Weighted GPA reflecting Accelerated/Honors and Advanced course loads is used to determine class rank and Valedictorian and Salutatorian status.  A Cumulative Non-Weighted GPA is available upon request.

Class of 2018

  • 1     National Merit Scholar

  • 1     Ohio STEM Honors Diploma

  • 15   Ohio Academic Honors Diploma

  • 6     GPA of 4.0+    

  • 9     GPA of 3.5 – 3.99

  • 22   GPA of 3.0 – 3.49

  • 17   GPA of 2.5 – 2.99

  • 10   GPA of 2.0 – 2.49

  • 1     earned less than a 2.0 GPA

Post-High School Plans of the Class of 2018

  • 68% matriculated to 4-year colleges and/or universities

  • 15% matriculated to 2-year colleges and/or technical training programs

  • 16% joined the workforce (includes those working while attending college/university)

  • 2% selected military service

Post-Secondary Schools Attended by Mogadore High School Alumni

Alderson Broaddus University

George Washington University

The Ohio State University

Arizona State University

Grace College & Seminary

The University of Akron

Art Institute- CO, FL, IL, PA

Hiram College

The University of Findley

Ashland University

Hocking College

Robert Morris University

Baldwin-Wallace University

ITT Technical Institute

Thiel College, PA

Bluffton College

John Carroll University

Tiffin University

Bowling Green State University

Johnson & Wales

Troy University, AL

Capital University

Kent State University

University of Buffalo, NY

Case Western Reserve University

Kentucky Wesleyan College

University of Cincinnati

Catawba College

Kenyon College

University of Mount Union

Cleveland State University

Lourdes College, PA

University of New Hampshire

Colorado Christian University

Malone University

University of New Mexico

Colorado Technical University

Marietta College

University of Northwestern Ohio

Cornell University

Miami University-Oxford

University of South Florida

Crown College, MN

Northwestern University

Ursuline College

Cuyahoga Community College

Notre Dame College

USMA, West Point

Davidson College

Ohio University

Walsh University

Denison University

Slippery Rock University, PA

West Virginia University

DeVry University

Stark State College

Wheaton College, MA

Fortis College

The College of Wooster

Wright State University


Youngstown State University