2018 Quality Profile Report for Mentor Public Schools - Page 4

Our district’s academic programs provide opportunities for all students to reach their full potential.
Mentor High School offered more than 215 courses for students
during the 2017-2018 school year, and each of our three middle
schools had more than 55 courses available for students. Elementary
school curriculum focused on the core subjects of English language
arts, math, science, and social studies. Elementary students also had
the opportunity to take four related arts classes (art, physical
education, music, and STEM) once a week.
Balanced Learning & 1:1 Device Initiative
Students in grades 6 through 12 each had a device to use in school and
at home during the 2017-2018 school year as part of the district’s
balanced learning approach to academics. All of our elementary school
students also had a 1:1 device to use in class with their teachers.
Mentor Schools provides a balanced education for students by focusing
on high quality instruction that meets the needs of today’s diverse
learners. Our teachers work hard to create a classroom environment
that fosters success and will ultimately encourage each student to
become enrolled, enlisted or employed after high school.
Advanced Placement Courses
During the 2017-2018 school year, Mentor High School
increased its College Board Advanced Placement course
offerings for students to include even more options:
American Government
Calculus AB & BC
Computer Science A
Computer Science Principles
English Language
English Literature
European History
Dual Credit
Nine dual credit courses were offered to
Mentor High students in conjunction
with Lakeland Community College for
the 2017-2018 school year, including:
Math (4), English (2), Intro to
Humanities, Principles of Sociology and
Intro to Cultural Anthropology.
409 Mentor High School students took 945 AP exams during the
2017-2018 school year as a part of the courses listed.
343 students scored a 3 or higher on one or more of the AP
exams taken. % of Mentor High School students scoring 3 or higher on
Macro Economics
Micro Economics
Studio Art: Drawing
U.S. History
College Credit Plus (CCP)
Students had the opportunity to
take CCP courses to earn up to 30
college credits for the year, while
simultaneously earning high school
AP exams compared to state and global averages
Career Technical Education
High school students could apply to take one of
17 Career Technical programs offered through
the Lake Shore Compact during last school year.
Each program is a two year course where
students gain valuable experience working in a
hands-on, real-world environment in a field they
are interested in pursuing for their professional


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