Tracing its beginnings to 1840, the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District is the oldest district in St. Louis County. Just over two square miles in size and serving portions of the cities of Maplewood and Richmond Heights, MRH is one of the smallest districts in the area. Take a look at many of the other ways that set MRH apart:
Maplewood Richmond Heights School District is fully accredited by the State of Missouri, having earned the “Annual Distinction in Performance Award” numerous times.
Annual Performance Report (APR Score) from MO Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE) - the APR system was discontinued by DESE for 2019.
- 2018: 98.4%
- 2017: 97.5%
- 2016: 96.1%
- 2015: 98.2%
- 2014: 93.6%
- 2013: 88.6%
National Board Certifications
MRH has 17.69% of its teaching faculty certified under this category, which greatly exceeds the national average, which is fewer than 10%.
State test scores and other data are available through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Total students served districtwide: 149 (43 high school; 21 middle school; 70 elementary school; 15 early childhood center)
Long-Range Facilities Study Committee Report
In the spring of 2012, the MRH Long-Range Facilities Study Committee, comprising parents, community members, administrators, teachers, and students, met to create a facilities plan for the District. The plan they developed goes through 2021.
In the summer of 2022, MRH contracted with Insight Education to begin crafting the next Strategic Plan for the District. A steering committee comprising District staff, students, parents and other stakeholders will meet throughout the school year to lay the foundation for the future of MRH schools.