• Post Secondary Counseling and Support

    The college-going culture present in every Mapleton high school is supported in part by the work of Mapleton's Post Secondary Options Coaches. Post Secondary Options Coaches work with students from the first day of their freshman year to the day they receive their diploma, providing the tools students need to apply to the colleges and universities of their choice and access to the scholarships and resources needed to get there. 


    A total of 22 credits, 40 hours of volunteering, a sophomore project, financial literacy, and a capstone project are required for graduation. A credit is defined as the amount of credit given for the successful completion of a course. Students must complete specific credits in twelve prescribed categories to meet Mapleton Public Schools graduation requirements. Successful completion means that the student obtained a passing grade for the course, which is the equivalent of a “C-” or better.


    Subject Area                                                                  Credits Required                                                                                  

    English                                                                                      4       credits                                                                                          

    Mathematics                                                                            3       credits                                                         

    *all credits must be in Algebra 1 (9th grade) or higher   


    Science                                                                                      4      credits                                                         

    *at least 2 credits must be lab-based 


    Social Studies                                                                           3       credits                                                          

    *social studies credit must include: 0.50 Civics/Government and at least 1.0 full credit in U.S. History or World History 


    Foreign Language                                                                   1       credit 


    *1.0 credit must be in the same language

    Physical Education                                                                  1       credit 


    *0.50 credit must be in Health and 0.50 must be in PE


    Art                                                                                              0.50   credit


    Technology                                                                               0.50   credit


    Senior Capstone                                                                       0.50    credit

    A capstone is the culminating exhibition of a student’s project or experience that demonstrates academic and intellectual learning.


    Academic Electives                                                                  5.5     credits

    The remaining credits may be earned in any academic area listed, or AFJROTC, foreign languages, computer science, art, music, or drama. Also acceptable are college credits earned based on concurrent enrollment programs or International Baccalaureate courses   



    College and Career Readiness Demonstration - Starting with the class of 2022

    AP - Advanced Placement

    Math - score of 2 or higher



    English - score of 62 or higher on Reading Comprehension

    Math - score of 61 or higher on Elementary Algebra



    English - score of 18 or higher 

    Math - score of 19 or higher



    English - score of 430 or higher 

    Math - score of 460 or higher