- About Us
Maplewood Richmond Height School District has developed a number of innovative programs designed to help students succeed. Collectively, these programs have helped make MRH the place to learn and teach in St. Louis County. We invite you to take a look:
Laptops for every secondary student, curriculum on line, interactive display technologies in every classroom. These are just some of the examples of MRH’s commitment to ensuring all students are best prepared for the demands on 21st century graduates.
Closely tied to our Stewardship Cornerstone, our work in sustainability has received national attention. We’ve been visited by groups as far away as Burlington, Vermont, and students have presented their work at conferences in Chicago and Tucson.
Long before the federal government enacted the Healthy Kids Act, MRH was well along on its journey to make school lunches and breakfasts healthy and nutritious. Read about the tasty programs and discover why MRH has been receiving so much attention.
One thing that makes the MRH community a special place to live is its diversity. With student achievement as its core goal, the Teacher Home Visit program also strengthens ties within the community and bridges gaps that naturally exist in a heterogeneous area.
By partnering with Special School District, MRH is able to offer quality educational experiences for our students with disabilities. In addition, we also provide a wide range of career and technical education programs for our high school students.
From preschool all the way to graduation day, MRH is committed to providing the best education possible regardless of the student’s background. We ensure this through multiple efforts in and out of the classroom including social justice training for staff.
MRH’s Middle and High School are far from traditional with things like expeditionary learning and innovative facilities. Yet these approaches may not address some students' needs. This is where Alternative Services steps in to create a customized solution.
More than just a program at the High School, Joe’s Place is a community collaboration. Launched in 2007, the non-profit provides a safe, nurturing environment for homeless teens, helping them do something many of them never imagined – graduate high school.