Maple Mountain High School

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Maple Mountain High School
Maple Mountain High School Logo.png
The Maple Mountain High School Logo
51 North 2550 East


Coordinates40°06′35.784″N 111°36′53.139″W / 40.10994000°N 111.61476083°W / 40.10994000; -111.61476083Coordinates: 40°06′35.784″N 111°36′53.139″W / 40.10994000°N 111.61476083°W / 40.10994000; -111.61476083
School typePublic School
StatusCurrently operational
LocaleRural: Fringe[1]
School districtNebo School District
NCES District ID4900630[1]
SuperintendentRick Nielsen
CEEB code450423
NCES School ID490063001159[1]
PrincipalDeAnn Nielsen[2]
Grades10 - 12
Age14 to 18
Enrolment1,516 (2016-17)[3]
Student to teacher ratio26:1 [4]
Medium of languageEnglish (United States)
Schedule typeA/B [2]
Hours in school day6.5[2]
School color(s)              
Maroon, Gold, Forest green
Fight song"Maroon and Gold"
MascotGolden Eagle
RivalsSpanish Fork High School
Springville High School
USNWR ranking1673[4]
Communities servedSpanish Fork, Mapleton

Maple Mountain High School is a public high school in Spanish Fork, Utah, United States that serves the Spanish Fork and Mapleton areas.


The school is managed by the Nebo School District. It educates over 1,200 students and enrolls upwards of 400 students in each grade.[1] The school was founded in 2009.

School identity[edit]

Maple Mountain's school colors are maroon and gold with forest green highlights, and their mascot is the Golden Eagle. The fight song is entitled "Maroon and Gold (and Forest Green)".


  1. ^ a b c d National Center for Educational Statistics
  2. ^ a b c Maple Mountain High School
  3. ^ "Maple Mountain High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved March 16, 2019.
  4. ^ a b USNWR, US News & World Report Education, 2012/13.

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