Mapleton students are life-long learners. To support students once they have left Mapleton's system, we are pleased to introduce After Mapleton. This site will provide important resources for young adults looking for additional opportunities after graduation, or for students who left Mapleton but are interested in returning and earning their high school diploma.
Help us grow After Mapleton by sending us your ideas, suggestions, and questions about finding the resources needed to be successful after Mapleton. Email email@example.com, or call 303.853.1018.
Post-secondary Scholarship Opportunities
Adams County Education Consortium is pleased to offer a new scholarship specifically designed for youth pursuing a certificate or apprenticeship program. The scholarships will range from $500 to $2000, depending on need. Learn more!
Adams County Education Consortium - ACEC's programs are built to expose students to the skills that are critical in today's workplace. These skills are commonly referred to as 21st Century skills and include characteristics like: critical thinking, problem-solving, media and information literacy, collaboration, and more. Connecting course work to on-site experiences with professionals gives students focus and an understanding of how 21st Century Skills impact what it takes to be successful.
North Valley School for Young Adults - It's not too late to get your high school diploma from Mapleton Public Schools!
Are you a Mapleton graduate with a story to share? Become our next Portrait of a Graduate by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!