88% of the Mariemont High School class of 2022 continued their education at a two or four-year college or university and the class earned a combined $9 million in scholarship dollars. Eight seniors were named National Merit Scholars from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, including two finalists, three commended students and three National Hispanic Scholars.
In 2021, 96 Mariemont High School students earned the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Program courses and exams. Mariemont High School currently offers 20 Advanced Placement Courses to students beginning sophomore year. 88% of MHS students taking an AP exam earned college credit by scoring a 3 or higher.
Mariemont City Schools was named a National District of Distinction in 2018 and recognized for its Warriors BEyond program which seeks to provide more experiential learning opportunities to students.
Additionally, the State Board of Education of Ohio awarded the district, Mariemont Elementary and Mariemont Junior High School with the Momentum Award in 2018, for exceeding state expectations in student growth.