In the 2-plus years since MHSRedline was created, few stories have attracted this much attention (including more than 200 likes on Facebook). See what has students, staff and professional journalists talking.
Read "A Matter of Community: How A Bold Student’s Proposal 15 Years Ago Made Lasting Change For Gay Students at MHS." HERE
UPDATE: The weekly grand-prize winner was Mr. Tripler’s Tuesday period 3 Psychology class. Every student in that class will receive a T-shirt, which be awarded after vacation. Congratulations to everyone who took part in the ICOT challenge. ICOT stands for “In Class On Time,” which is a special campaign at MHS The week of April 7-11. ...read more
A Letter from the Principal
Six New Academies Coming Next Year
Dear Members of the Manchester High School Community, As you know, this year at Manchester High School we started a Medical Careers Academy, which currently serves...Read More
Infosnap is a new web-based system we are using to collect forms and permission slips from parents, and our goal is for 100 percent of MHS families to sign up. If your family hasn’t enrolled, contact Natalie Dark at email@example.com for a snap code.
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Showing You The R.O.P.E.S.
Students and staff at MHS spent two days recently examining “The Truth About Hate” through a series of assemblies, presentations and ‘open mic’ sessions, in which students shared their feelings about bias, bigotry and more. As part of the program, students and staff were shown a video that outlined ground rules and expectations established to ensure that everyone would be respectful, civil, and safe during this emotional program. The video – which was made by and with MHS students and faculty -- was so good that we are sharing it here, because it includes reminders and advice that are always relevant and can only help improve the climate and culture at our school.
MHS Athletics Handbook
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