St. Marys City Schools

The Mission of St. Marys City Schools, a public school of excellence, is to guarantee a comprehensive education which meets the individual needs of all students and will equip them with skills and knowledge for life, utilizing a highly qualified staff, with up-to-date facilities, resources, and technology; giving students the guidance and support needed to meet their individual goals and plans in cooperation with parents and community

School Stats
District consists of three buildings and four schools. St. Marys Middle School (grades 6-8) and St. Marys Memorial High School (grades 9-12) share the same building. St. Marys Intermediate School houses grades 3-5 and St. Marys Primary building is home to the district K-2 grades students.

The Average Daily Membership (ADM) fluctuates from year to year, but is roughly 2l00-2200 students.

School Rating
Primary Building – There is not enough data collected at the state level to designate a rating
Intermediate Building – Excellent with Distinction
Middle School – Excellent
High School – Excellent
District – Excellent
Graduation Rate – 94.1%
Attendance Rate – 96.1%
*the information is based on the 2011-2012 district report card data which is currently preliminary data.

The following Honors courses are available for application to:
Honors Art
Honors English I
Honors English II
Honors English III
Honors English IV
Honors Chemistry I
Honors Chemistry II
Honors European History
Honors Latin I
Honors Latin II
Honors Algebra II
Honors Calculus
Honors Geometry
Honors Physical Science
Honors Biology
Honors American & World Studies I
Honors American & World Studies II
Honors American Government

Dual Enrollment Offered Through WSU:
Statistical Concepts
English 101
Social Life

Clubs and Organizations
Business Professionals of America
Relay for Life
Scholastic Bowl Team
Spirit Club
Student Council

Awards and Achievements
Multiple State Football Championships: 1990-1992, 1993
St. Marys All Brass Band (SMABB) – known through the area for their quality performances
Girls Bowling State Championship: 2011

Fall Sports – Football, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country, Girls Tennis, Golf, and Football Cheerleading
Winter Sports – Wrestling, Basketball, Bowling Basketball Cheerleading and Swimming/Diving
Spring Sports – Baseball, Softball, Track and Field and Boys Tennis

Tri Star is a career technical program which allows students in Auglaize and Mercer County to be exposed to and attend programs offered. Some Tri Star programs do allow students to earn college credits and all programs give students a hands on opportunity to begin to learn a specific career and/or prepare for a specific college major. Students who enroll in Tri Star must first complete an application to be accepted into the program. The applicants are chosen based on attendance and academics.

Programs Offered
Agricultural Mechanics
Automotive Technology
Business Management
Early Childhood Development and Education
Interactive Media
Med Prep
Precision Machining
Vet Tech

For More information

Memorial High School
2250 St. Rt. 66N
St. Marys, OH 45885
Phone: 419-394-4011
Fax: 419-394-1932