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Geneva High School

School Code Number:
362-275



Mr. Eric Kujala, Superintendent
Mr.Doug Wetherholt, Principal
Mr. Tony Markijohn, Assistant Principal
John Mansky and Kimberly DeBacker, Senior Guidance Counselors

Faculty
  • 2 Administrators
  • 2 Counselors
  • 40 Classroom Teachers
  • Average years of experience - 15
  • Advanced Degrees - 52%

(Masters Degree or Higher)


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The Community and Its Schools

The Geneva Area City School District is a combination of small-town, village and rural setting fifty miles east of Cleveland. With a population of 6,700 citizens, Geneva is the largest municipality in the district.

The community is truly the foundation of its school system, as is evident by the community's long tradition of supporting the schools. The Geneva Schools serve not only students but a rich and diverse community.

School Facts

  • Total Enrollment - 869
  • Grades included - 9-12
  • Size of Senior Class - 182
  • 15% Vocational Students
  • Per Pupil Expenditure - $8,525.22

Class Profile '18 

  • Four-year colleges - 60%
  • Two-year colleges - 19%
  • Technical or Trade School - 6%
  • Military Service - 8%
  • Mean score: ACT composite 21

Grading

Grades are based on semesters. The grade point average is computed for all subjects on a 4.3 scale. Weighted grades are given for advanced placement courses by adding 0.50 quality point. Students who have earned a 3.50 or better are placed on the Honor Roll. Students who have earned 3.0-3.49 for every nine weeks are placed on the Merit Roll.

Program of Studies

Advanced Placement: Highly challenging courses with expectations that students will work independently and demonstrate high levels of critical and analytical thinking, reading and writing.
College Preparatory: Courses which demand high levels of cognitive and problem-solving processes. A rigorous instructional pace allows for both curricular depth and enrichment.
Regular: Courses that provide instruction to develop skills in reading and writing, reasoning, higher-level thinking, and computation. These courses ready students for college work as well as other post-secondary avenues.
CBI: Courses in Career Based Intervention are available for at-risk students. Basic study skills and exposure to the world of work are presented to students enrolled in these classes.
Technical and Career: Students can enroll in career technical courses offered at the Ashtabula County Technical and Career Campus (A-TECH).

Advanced Placement

Advanced placement courses are offered in:

  • American History
  • Biology
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • English
  • Physics
  • Statistics
  • Am. Gov't & Politics


Graduation Requirements


Subject Credit
English 4
Social Studies 3
Science 3
Mathematics 4
Phys. Ed. .5
Health .5
Electives 6
Total 21

A passing score on all five sections of
The Ohio Graduation Test.