Maple Grove Senior High School
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|Maple Grove Senior High School|
9800 Fernbrook Lane North
|Teaching staff||97.32 (FTE)|
|Student to teacher ratio||23.34|
|Mascot||Leafy the Crimson Leaf|
|Rival||Osseo Senior High School|
Maple Grove Senior High School (MGSH) is a public grades 9–12 high school located in Maple Grove, Minnesota, United States. It is one of three high schools in the Osseo School District (279). Its feeder schools are Maple Grove Middle School and Osseo Middle School. The school has included grades 9–12 since September 2015. Previously grade 9 attended junior high school.
Maple Grove Senior High opened in 1996 as the third public high school built by the Osseo School District. MGSH is the only public high school located in Maple Grove, Minnesota, although the grounds of Osseo Senior High School are partially located within the boundaries of the city of Maple Grove. MGSH now includes grades 9-12 as of September 2015.
Around 200 courses are available at Maple Grove Senior High. Types of courses include Advanced Placement, Honors, traditional, remedial, and special education courses. Through the Minnesota state Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program, students are eligible to take classes at state colleges and universities. PSEO participation counts towards graduation requirements. Maple Grove implemented standards-based grading in 2011. Maple Grove has been working on learning how to effectively implement standard based grading to help better prepare students for college in the last five years.
The demographic breakdown of the 2,271 students enrolled in 2015-2016 was:
- Male - 52.4%
- Female - 47.6%
- Native American/Alaskan - 0.1%
- Asian/Pacific Islanders - 7.2%
- Black - 7.2%
- Hispanic - 3.6%
- White - 78.8%
- Multiracial - 3.1%
13.7% of the students were eligible for free or reduced cost lunch.
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