Yes. Students may take courses through North Central State College here at school, taught by an MCS teacher. These courses include English, Social Studies and Math and vary by year. Students may take these classes beginning in their sophomore year of high school.
Accreditation by outside agencies are designed to verify that school's both meet and exceed the standards of operations. MCS is accredited by three agencies, each of which have established standards that are verified annually by either written reports on on-site inspections: The Ohio Department of Education as a nonpublic school, chartered by the State of Ohio; The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) accrediting private, Christian schools; and Cognia, a regional accrediting agency servicing all school types focused on continuous improvement.
Your student's grades are available in the FACTS Family Portal. This system is a great tool for viewing upcoming events, grades and assignments. In addition to regularly scheduled conferences, we encourage you to contact your student’s teacher when you have questions or concerns.
MCS recognizes that students have various learning needs. Teachers and intervention staff work together to support students in the classroom. Intervention specialists and paraprofessionals are on staff and serve students who have an IEP or 504 plan.
Students must be 3 years old on or before September 30th to attend our 2 Day PreK program.
Students must be 4 years old on or before September 30th to attend our 3 Day or 5 day PreK program.