The Mansfield City School District is considered one of Ohio's Urban 20 school districts. Mansfield City Schools is located in central Ohio with a variety of attractions that captures the spirit of great tradition in Buckeye country. The Mansfield City School District is committed to providing its students with a full continuum of instructional opportunities for every child. MCSD continually seeks to implement innovative programs, such as the Spanish Immersion magnet program, research-based curriculum and career technical education programs for the 21st century work force. MCSD strives to meet the unique needs of every child while maintaining integrity and focus aligned with federal mandates of No Child Left Behind and state-curriculum as outlined by the Ohio Department of Education to achieve academic excellence.
In pursuit of our mission, Mansfield City Schools provides instructional and other programs to 3600 students in three elementary schools (Pre-K-3), one Spanish Immersion school, one intermediate school (4-6), one middle school (7-8), one high school (9-12), and one alternative school. The district also offers students the area's widest range of curriculum and programs in college-prep, special education, plus career and technical courses.
Mansfield City Schools also offers the following quality programs: National Board Certified Teachers, Mentoring for new teachers, programs for gifted students, athletic programs for grades 7-12, academic and service clubs, family resource coordinators, safe and appropriate Internet access is made available to every student and staff member, tuition reimbursement program for teachers, tuition vouchers from Ashland University, Mt. Vernon Nazarene College, Notre Dame College and The Ohio State University, Mansfield Campus, comprehensive library/media and technology programs, school-community liaison services connecting students and families to appropriate mental health and other social service providers.
Mansfield City Schools is proud of its recent academic progress. In the past two years, our district has moved from academic emergency to continuous improvement on the State of Ohio Local Report Card, with Mansfield Senior High rated effective. This progress has been made possible by the hard work of our dedicated and capable staff. Each year our schools strive to ensure that graduating students are well prepared for success in college and the world of work.
Mansfield City Schools, in partnership with the Ohio School Facilities Commission, opened a new state-of-the-art high school in the fall of 2004.
As we look to the future, our school district is committed to two major goals. The first is to continue to improve students' academic achievement. The second is to plan for our future in order to be the best possible school district for our students and community.