Maumee City Schools
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Maumee City Schools strives to create an incredible educational experience for each and every Maumee student and we have a proud tradition of excellence that is being continually enhanced. We have a long and proud tradition of providing an outstanding public education for students. Maumee is known as a high-achieving district of approximately 2,400 where students in all grades consistently score above national and state averages on standardized exams. Students in high school have post-secondary, college credit plus, honors and advanced placement educational opportunities in addition to Maumee’s rigorous college-prep curriculum.

We live out our core beliefs each and every day and it is a difference you will notice as soon as you walk through our doors. We believe students come first, in continuous improvement and in maximizing the potential of others. Our mission and vision further demonstrate our dedication to the success of all our students.

Amazing things are happening in our classrooms every day and we would welcome the chance to have you and your children visit our schools and experience what Maumee has to offer. You can view the Maumee City Schools QUALITY PROFILE to see just a few of the successes and learning opportunities that can't be measured on a state report card but are accountability measures that truly demonstrate the value of a Maumee City School's education: innovative learning experiences, AP scores, awards, music opportunities, extracurriculars, financial ratings, college & career readiness, parent support groups, and much more. 

Maumee City Schools offers a specialized gifted education program for students beginning in grade 3, as well as special education services that are comprehensive and student-focused to ensure all children have the ability to reach their full educational potential. Maumee High School’s graduation rate exceeds 97% and all five Maumee schools have a fully-equipped S.T.E.A.M. lab (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) where students design, invent, experiment and build. View 360-degree image of the high school S.T.E.A.M. lab.

Maumee High School was recently named one of the top 100 high schools in Ohio by US News & World Report and has attained College Board’s AP Honor Roll designation. Maumee’s teaching staff is experienced and caring with 100% deemed “highly qualified” by Ohio Department of Education. In addition to amazing academic successes, Maumee is proud of its achievements in the arts, athletics, community service, extracurriculars, and parent/community involvement. 

- Maumee High School offers students the opportunity to participate in 26 after-school clubs/activities and 39 athletic teams.
- Gateway Middle School offers 12 after-school clubs/activities and 15 athletic teams.
- Elementary schools also boast numerous after-school clubs and activities for children.

Technology is an important cornerstone in all aspects of the Maumee curriculum. District-wide, students regularly use technology during the school day to help prepare them to learn, work and be successful in college and career. Community service is another cornerstone and initiatives are in place from elementary through high school. Students of all ages are encouraged to volunteer and many receive special recognition based on their volunteer hours.  

Want to learn more? Maumee City Schools invites students of any age to be a “Panther For A Day” and shadow a Maumee student, meet staff, and explore educational opportunities. Call us at (419) 893-3200 for more information.

High school is the culminating educational experience for all students and below are just a few points of pride about Maumee High School:

* Yearlong New Panther experience . . . MHS pairs small groups of new students with specially-trained upperclassman leaders for team building, mentoring, fun activities and much more
* Top 100 high schools in Ohio - US News & World Report

* Youth Leadership Toledo – Students in Action Multi-Year Award Winner 
* College Board’s AP Honor Roll designation
* 21 Advanced Placement & College Credit Plus Courses taught by MHS instructors
* Latin Honors & Recognition for Community Service Work

* Visual & Fine Arts + Orchestra, Marching Band, Symphonic Band 
* Show Choir + Plays & Musicals 
* Opportunities to Travel Abroad & to NYC
* S.T.E.A.M. Educational Focus + MakerSpace (science, technology, engineering, arts, math)
* Robotics & Computer Programming
* Daily After-School Peer Tutoring 
* ACT Prep Course 

Maumee High School Counseling
Gateway Middle School Counseling
Wayne Trail Elementary School (4th & 5th grade building)
Fairfield Elementary School (K-3rd grade)
Fort Miami Elementary School (K-3rd grade)

School District Boundaries & Facilities - Click here to view map

Maumee is not an “Open Enrollment” District

The Maumee City School District does not offer "open enrollment" and does not enroll students who live outside the boundaries of the district, unless tuition is paid. Tuition is set for all public schools by the State of Ohio (varies annually) and is approximately $8,400/school year. When it is learned that someone residing outside the boundaries of the Maumee City School District is fraudulently sending their child(ren) to school in Maumee, the school district has the legal right to charge tuition retroactively for the days that Maumee educated each student. Maumee works cooperatively with other area school districts to ensure that students are being educated in the district where their parent or legal guardian resides. If you are interested in enrolling your tuition student, begin by contacting Pam Holderness in the Assistant Superintendent's Office - 419-893-3200 ext. 10210.

Enrolling New Students

If your student is in grades K - 3, determine the school your child will attend HERE. All students in grades 4 and 5 attend Wayne Trail Elementary School. All students in grades 6 - 8 attend Gateway Middle School and all students in grades 9 - 12 attend Maumee High School. Click on this LINK for more information about enrolling new students.