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Marysville High School
Marysville High School
800 Amrine Mill Rd
Marysville, OH 43040
Principal: Tom Cochran
Phone: 937-578-6200
FAX: 937-578-6213
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ACT/SAT

 
Marysville High School code is 363270. 
ACT registration and test dates can be found on the ACT website. 
SAT registration and test dates can be found on the SAT website
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                                                          ACT TEST PREP WORKSHOP
Marysville High School will be hosting workshops for students in grades 10 - 12 who would like to increase their ACT scores. For for information visit the Junior Message Board page under MHS Guidance or call the guidance office at 937-578-6222.
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There is free ACT review on the Ohio Department of Education's websiteOhio Department of Education's website

ASVAB - Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

  • Aptitude test (measures the ability to learn skills)
  • Helps you find the answer to "What am I going to do after high school?"
  • Helps you identify your abilities for success in related jobs
  • Test interpretation and exploration of careers that best matches your abilities and interests will follow.
  • No commitment to the Military by taking the battery
  • Provided free to MHS and our students by the military

Class of 2018 & Beyond Graduation Testing Requirements

 
1. Students earn a cumulative passing score of 18 points,​ using seven end‐of‐course state tests. To ensure students are well rounded, they must earn a minimum of four points in math, four points in English and six points across science and social studies.
 
Performance Level Graduation Points
Advanced   5
Accelerated 4
Proficient  3
Basic 2
Limited 1
 
End-­of­-course exams are:
• Algebra I and geometry or integrated math I and II
• Biology
• American history and American government
• English I and English II
 
Students studying Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) courses in biology, American history or American government may take and substitute test scores for end‐of‐course state exams to avoid double testing. Students also may substitute grades from College Credit Plus courses in these subjects for end‐of‐course state exams.
 
2. Industry credential and workforce readiness
Students earn 12 points through a State Board of Education‐approved, industry­-recognized credential or group of credentials​in a single career field and achieve a workforce readiness score​ on the WorkKeys ​assessment. The state of Ohio will pay one time for those who take the WorkKeys assessment.
 
3. College admission test
Students earn “remediation‐free” scores in English language arts and mathematics on a nationally recognized college admission exam. The state of Ohio will pay one time for all 11th grade students in the classes of 2018 and beyond to take the exam free of charge.

Ohio Graduation Tests

 
In addition to passing all courses required to graduate, students (Class of 2017 and prior) are required to pass all five parts of the OGT. 
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Science
  • Math
  • Social Studies 
The OGT is taken for the first time in the spring administration of the sophomore year. Those who do not pass one or more parts will continue to take the test in the fall and spring until all parts are passed. OGT workbooks are available on the Ohio Department of Education website
  

PSAT - Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test

  • PSAT is great preparation for the SAT.
  • 11th grade students may qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
  • All participants receive an official score report (December) identifying which of their answers are correct/incorrect with specific information on how to improve.
  • Test takers receive access to the free online resource – My College QuickStart. This system assists students with college and career planning, including recommendations about AP potential.

Contact Us

 
Abby Watson
Guidance Counselor
Students A - G 
937-578-6217
 
Belinda Quisenberry
Guidance Counselor
Students H - O 
937-578-6218
 
Linda Proehl
Guidance Counselor
Students P - Z 
937-578-6219
 
Wendi Grim
Guidance Secretary
937-578-6222
 
Brent Johnson
College Credit Plus Coordinator
937-578-6200
 
Awards
2015 business of the year
momentum award 2016
momentum award 2017
momentum award 2018
innovation grant winner
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Marysville, OH 43040
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