Maple Mountain High School

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Maple Mountain High School
Maple Mountain High School Logo.png
The Maple Mountain High School Logo, including reference to their Golden Eagle mascot.
51 North 2550 East
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660
United States of America
Coordinates 40°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 type Public School
Established c.2009
Status Currently operational
Locale Rural: Fringe[1]
School district Nebo School District
NCES District ID 4900630[1]
Superintendent Rick Nielsen
CEEB code 450423
NCES School ID 490063001159[1]
Principal John Penrod[2]
Grades 10 - 12
Age 14 to 18
Enrolment 1222[3] (2013-2014 Academic Year)
 • Grade 9 0
 • Grade 10 461 [1]
 • Grade 11 404 [1]
 • Grade 12 405[1]
Student to teacher ratio 26:1 [3]
Medium of language English (United States)
Language En
Schedule type A/B [2]
Hours in school day 6.5[2]
School color(s)          
Maroon, Gold
Slogan "An Attitude of Excellence"[2]
Fight song "Maple Mountain we're set to fly"
Mascot Golden Eagle
Rivals Spanish Fork High School
USNWR ranking 1673[3]
Communities served Spanish Fork, Mapleton

Maple Mountain High School is a public high school in Spanish Fork, Utah County, 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] As of 2015 John Penrod was the Principal.[3]

School identity[edit]

Maple Mountain's school colors are maroon and gold, and the mascot is a Golden Eagle. The fight song is entitled "The Maple Mountain we're set to fly". The motto is "To educate and empower students through an attitude of excellence founded on respect, trust, and accountability."


  1. ^ a b c d e f g National Center for Educational Statistics
  2. ^ a b c d e Maple Mountain High School
  3. ^ a b c d USNWR, US News & World Report Education, 2012/13.

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