Mentor has the eighth largest high school in the state. It can be found in the same development as the 1,500-seat…More Fine Arts Center, which the entire district uses, and the Jerome T. Osborne Stadium, where both Mentor High and Lake Catholic play football.
The 2010 senior class had a 97.4 percent graduating rate, of which 58 percent went to a 4-year college, 27 percent went to a 2-year school, and 6 percent went to the military or a technical school.
Mentor High School offers several extracurriculars, academic, artistic and athletic. Sports include, but are not limited to, football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, golf, swimming and diving, competitive cheerleading, track and tennis. Students can also participate in band, drama, show choir or clubs for skiing, photography, video games and anime and academic challenge.
Each Mentor High graduating class averages 60,000 hours of community service. Its principal is Joe Spiccia.
The Mentor Public Schools Administration Building is housed in the same development as its high school, Jerome T.…More Osborne Football Stadium and Fine Arts Center with 1,500-seat auditorium.
From here, Superintendent Jacqueline Hoynes and her staff oversee the 26th largest school district in the state. In 2010, the entire school district and all of its schools, save one, received an "excellent" on state report cards.
The administration building also holds the school board's monthly meeting.