We appreciate the opportunity to showcase the abilities and hard work of our students. The students of Mount Vernon take pride in their endeavors in all areas including the classroom, cultural activities, and athletics. The accomplishments at Mount Vernon High School are many and varied, including notable achievements in the arts, athletics, academics, and technology. Over the years, the students at Mount Vernon High School have brought to our campus amazing and wonderful talents, which have also energized and inspired other students, staff, and parents. The energy, commitment, and success they have contributed will continue to set the standard for success.
Mount Vernon is a middle class; rural, residential community located 48 miles northeast of Columbus, Ohio. Mount Vernon was named Ohio's Most Livable Community in 1994 by Ohio Magazine, Ohio’s premiere travel publication. Mount Vernon Nazarene University and Kenyon College are located in the school district.
Mount Vernon High School is a four-year high school with an enrollment of 1240 students. Mount Vernon High School has 74 certified staff. Of these 37 have earned master degrees, four have earned Master Teacher Designation, two have earned Senior Professional Educator License, one has earned Lead Professional Educator License and two have earned National Board Certification. The curriculum at MVHS is comprehensive including advanced placement, honors, occupational and vocational programs.
We hope you will take some time to visit MVHS, either by Internet or in person. We appreciate any inquires about our school.
Kathy Kasler - Principal
Sam Shuman - Assistant Principal
John Frye - Head Teacher
Mark Shively - Activities Director
The mission of Mount Vernon High School, in support of and in cooperation with the family and community, is to provide each student with diverse learning opportunities that will enable our graduates to thrive in the 21st century.