The Mahoning County High School will provide a safe, structured, and supportive learning environment for "at-risk" and/or drop-out students.  Students will have the opportunity to recover academic credit and explore education interests while developing vocational skills.
It is our belief that all students will learn through innovative practices, structured discipline, and school, family, and community support.  As an outcome, our students will pursue self-determined goals and will experience academic achievement. 
The Mahoning County High School is a public community school that offers an educational opportunity to students who desire to get back on track with their academics. 
* Now offering the OHIO 22+ Program which allows anyone age 22 or older to get a High School Diploma.
Who qualifies?  Ohio residents 22 years or older who did not complete the requirements to receive a high school diploma or a GED. 
How do I enroll?  Simply complete the forms on this page (click the "How to Enroll" tab at the top of the website for forms) and come into the Mahoning County High School to enroll in the Adult 22+ Program!
This is not a GED program! Get your High School Diploma.
Did you know...High school graduates earn, on average, about $1,600 a month more than those with a GED (Bureau of Labor Statistics).
Located at The Mahoning County High School
940 Bryn Mawr Avenue
Youngstown, OH 44505 
Call 330-702-7890 to enroll now!
Jennifer B. Merritt
Director of Alternative Education
Superintendent, Mahoning County High School 

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