Midview High School
Midview High (Grades 9 - 12)
38199 W. Capel Road
Grafton, OH 44044
Phone: (440) 748-2124
Attendance Office: (440) 748-5310
Guidance Office: (440)748-5343
Athletic Director: (440) 748-5390
Length of School Day: 7:15 a.m.—2:15 p.m.
Please click here for the GUIDANCE INFORMATION PAGE, where you can access 2013 Summer School Applications.
The present High School was originally built in 1967 as a Junior High School, until the needs of the district demanded more room for students in grades 9-12. The building was then designated as the High School in 1977, and has remained so ever since.
We believe that the individual student is important. Therefore, we attempt to continue the preparation of each Midview High School student for responsible involvement in the cultural, moral, social, and economic life he/she will encounter in our changing world. We feel that our primary function as educators is to provide opportunities for each student to reach the point where he/she can pursue independently his/her own learning on the basis of interests, aquired knowledge, and skills. We seek to provide a friendly, educational atmosphere, which will enable each student to become a positive, creative self-disciplined, maturing individual capable of identifying his/her ownvalues and of attaining his/her own goals within our democratic society.
Language Arts, International Studies (French and Spanish), Math, Science, Business, Social Sciences, Health & Physical Education, Art, Music (Instrumental and Vocal), and Vocational & Occupational Studies (Industrial, Technology, Home Economics).
Academic "M" Award:
The Academic "M" Award was initiated to honor our outstanding academic senior students possessing a minimum 3.50 grade point average (GPA) after six semesters of high school.
National Honor Society:
The Midview High School Chapter #6545 of the National Honor Society was chartered April 22, 1956. Selection into NHS is based on four criteria: scholarship, character, leadership, and service. These four ideals are each considered equally in the selection process. NHS strives to recognize the total student; one who excels in all of these areas. Students may not apply for membership. Those who meet the eligibility guidelines will be invited to become NHS members. NHS nominees and members should be exemplary role models in following the Midview High School Code of Conduct.
Students who attain a 3.5 Grade Point Average for the 9 weeks grading period will be placed on the Honor roll for that grading period.
Students who attain a 3.0 Grade Point Average for the 9 weeks grading period will be placed on the Merit roll for that grading period.