856 W. Cook Road Mansfield, OH 44907
P: 419-525-6400 | F: 419-525-6415

Mansfield City Schools



Mansfield Senior High 
Mansfield Senior High School 
124 N. Linden Road, Mansfield, OH  44906 
Phone: (419) 525-6369
Principal: Dr. Milton Folson
Assistant Principal, Junior/Senior: Mr. Robert McQuate
Assistant Principal, Sophomore: Mr. James Kim
Assistant Principal, Freshman: Mr. Andrew Schiefer
Director of Career and Technical Education: Mr. Scott Musser
Principal's Secretary: Mrs. Margo Owens
Secretary: Mrs. Louise Yocheim



Representing our freshmen: Tamia Clark and Jason Johnson
Our sophomore attendants: Azaria Avila and Nasier Nixon
Juniors attendants are Bailey Compton and Drake Hill
And our Senior female attendants are Mahoganey Gaither, DonJeon Reese, Erika Taylor, Alyvia Wilcox, and Amya Williams. Male attendants are Perrell Cameron, Alamar Grose, Tavion Harris, Jamarius Lloyd, and Jaywuan Peavy.
  Representing our freshmen: Tamia Clark and Jason Johnson
Our sophomore attendants: Azaria Avila and Nasier Nixon
Juniors attendants are Bailey Compton and Drake Hill
And our Senior female attendants are Mahoganey Gaither, DonJeon Reese, Erika Taylor, Alyvia Wilcox, and Amya Williams. Male attendants are Perrell Cameron, Alamar Grose, Tavion Harris, Jamarius Lloyd, and Jaywuan Peavy.
 BE THE CHANGE, Mechanics Bank Scholarship - Deadline March 2019
Be The Change offers high school students the unique oppportunity to work as an agent of positive change in their communities while earning the chance to win one of seven yearly $1000 swards.  In addition, studnets receive exclusive features ona Be the Change Checking Account.  To be eligible students must:
Open a Be The Change checking account
Complete five online financial literacy modules
Complete 20 hours of community service
Submit a Pay It Forward video 
Minimum of a 2.5 GPA
To enroll, visit MyMechanics.com, call 419-524-BANK or email bethechange@MyMechanics.com. 
Fliers are available in the guidance office. 
Additional Scholarship information may be found at:  www.studentscholarships.org/newsletterphp.  Many of these scholarship have October deadlines.
160 Merit Merit Co-Op scholarships totaling $4.2 million
Apply online at www.waceinc.org or pick up the application in the guidance offic e. 
For students interested in the global industries of Fashion, Visual Arts, Graphics, Interior Design, Social Media, and Entertainment. 
Each year, through the National Scholarhip Competition,  FIDM awards more than 28 scholarships, including eight full one-year scholarships wotrth $31,500 each - that's more than $300,000 in scholarships in total.   
Please see the bulletin board in the guidance office for more information. 
The QuestBridge National College College Match believes that you deserve to reach your full academic potential regardless of your financial background.  Through the National College Match, you can be admitted to a top college with a guaranteed full four-year scholarship. 
     Academic Achievement and Strength in Character
     Financial Need
Application can be found at www.questbridge.org - Deadline is September 27, 2018
ELKS NATIONAL FOUNDATION, INC. - Deadline November 15, 2018
The Elks National Fundation awards $2.44 million in college scholarships to a total of 500 high school seniors nationwide through its Most Valuable Student scholarship contest.   
 For details visit enf.elks.org/mvs to apply or contact your local lodge by visiting elks.org/lodges.
Elks National Foundation offers two $50,000 scholarships, two $40,000 Scholarships, two $30,000 scholarships, 14 $20,000 scholarship and 480 $4000 scholarships. 
Application opens online August 15, 2018 with a deadline of  November 15, 2018.
AXA ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP - Deadline December 14, 2018.
$1.4 Million available!
Scholarships are available in the amount of $2500, $10,000, and $25,000. 
Only the first 10,000 applications will be accepted.  APPLY EARLY!
Every winner's high school will also receive a grant of $1000 
Visit www.axa.com/achievers to learn more and apply online
The Ohio National Guard Scholarship pays 100% tuition at any Ohio public university.
For more information contact Sgt. 1st Class Eric Hammond at 330-357 6115 or eric.l.hammond.mil@mail.mil

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Dear Scott, 

Applications are open for the ACT Student Champion Award! The ACT Student Champion Award recognizes one student in each state who is tenacious and persistent, no matter the challenge, and is prepared for life after high school with a goal in mind and plan in place. 

ACT Student Champions receive a $500 non-renewable scholarship, certificate, and state-level recognition. 

Please encourage students in the graduating class of 2019 who have taken the ACT who fit the following criteria to apply: 
  • High school seniors who have overcome challenges and can articulate their education and/or career actions 
  • At a minimum students must have a composite ACT score of 22 on a single test date OR a Gold ACT® WorkKeys® National Career Readiness Certificate® 
Applications can be found www.act.org/readinesschampions. Applications are due October 31, 2018, and champions will be notified on or before January 31, 2019. 

All questions may be directed to ccrc@act.org

Honor - Merit Roll



Graduation Requirements – Class of 2019

Temporary Ohio law provided additional graduation options for students in the class of 2018, specifically, students who entered grade 9 between July 1, 2014, and June 30, 2015. State law does not provide these options to students in the classes of 2019 and beyond. Students in the classes of 2019 and beyond will be expected to satisfy one of the original three pathways to graduation. Information regarding high school graduation requirements and the three pathways can be found here. 

For additional resources to support students in meeting graduation requirements, visit the links below.

Resources: High School Tested Courses
For each tested subject, available resources include Ohio’s Learning Standards, Model Curriculum, practice tests and answer keys, test blueprints, released items, test and item specifications, data available in the Online Reporting System and additional resources to support student learning.

Industry-Recognized Credentials
Students may earn credentials in a classroom, on their own or through work-based learning experiences. Find a comprehensive list of all approved industry-recognized credentials with links to the credentialing organization webpages. 

Senior Only Credential Program
Students across the state of Ohio are successfully earning industry-recognized credentials. Want to know what credentials students are earning in your area? Click here to access a list of credentials being earned by students in school districts across Ohio.

WorkKeys Practice Tests
WorkKeys practice tests are available on the OhioMeansJobs webpage. When paired with a 12-point industry-recognized credential, students can use the WorkKeys assessment to satisfy graduation requirements. 

ACT and SAT Practice Tests
Practice tests for the ACT and SAT are available on the Department's webpage and through the OhioMeansJobs College and Career Readiness Tool. Students can satisfy graduation requirements by earning remediation-free scores on the college entrance tests.

Please contact gradrequirements@education.ohio.gov with questions regarding graduation requirements for the classes of 2019 and beyond or industrycredentials@education.ohio.gov with questions regarding industry-recognized credentials or the Senior Only Credential Program.