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The Maumee City Schools have a long and proud tradition of providing excellent educational services. Maumee students consistently score well above national and state averages on standardized exams and a high percentage of graduates take advantage of post-secondary educational programs and opportunities. Maumee City Schools was rated “Excellent” by the State of Ohio.

In 2005, the school district embarked on a multi-year construction, renovation and expansion project at all six school buildings. Each building is modernized and additional classrooms continue to be added to accommodate enrollment increases.

There is a solid curriculum in the Maumee School District, which emphasizes basic skills in the elementary and middle school years and a strong college preparatory program at the high school. The Maumee City School District is proud of its strong gifted program, music and theatre program, and athletic teams.

Technology is an important cornerstone in all aspects of the Maumee curriculum. Grant dollars help infuse money into the district for equipment including wireless laptop computers, teleconferencing equipment and handheld computer training. All sixth graders spend a year with a Palm handheld computer for use with class work and homework.


Every classroom has internet access, desktop and laptop computers. A district-wide technology plan has been designed to prepare all students to learn and work in this new century.

An alternative to public education also exists for the Maumee community. St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Maumee, and St. Patrick of Heatherdowns in South Toledo, offers a quality Christian education for grades kindergarten through 8th.

The Maumee School System utilizes Penta County Vocational School for training selected juniors and seniors. Penta also offers Adult and Continuing Education programs.

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