Manchester Regional High School

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BOE Meeting
Date: 6/29/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Library
BOE Meeting
Date: 7/27/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Library
BOE Meeting
Date: 8/24/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Library


Anti Bullying Info

Mr. Chris Wacha
Assistant Principal
Phone: 973-389-2874
Ms. Colleen Brogan
Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Student Services
Phone: 973-389-2833
Harrassment Policy School HIB Grade


Haledon Day!

A day of fun & entertainment for the whole family! Saturday June 17!

Hidden in Plain Sight

May 4th from 7:00PM - 8:30PM Manchester Regional High School hosts Hidden in Plain Sight. Throughout the evening, prevention specialists, local law enforcement, and other professionals guide attendees through the exhibit to explain substance use trends. Click the flyer for more info.

Football Team Pasta Dinner Fundraiser

The Football Team is hosting a Pasta Dinner Fundraiser served by Olive Garden on Thursday April 27th from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. Join us in the MRHS cafeteria and help support the football team. At $20 this great value goes to a good cause.

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Superintendent Miguel Hernandez, Ed.D

Welcome to the 2016 – 2017 School Year 

Less than a year ago, I began my tenure as Superintendent for the Manchester Regional H.S. District. My goals focused on building relationships with staff, students, and the community, developing a deeper understanding of the school district, and continuing to build on the many strengths of our school.

Due to remarkable people in our community, building positive relationships was thoroughly enjoyable. We have a committed staff who enjoy serving the students. Parents support their children, and I am appreciative of their confidence in our school. It’s been deeply rewarding to work hand in hand with a supportive board that understands the needs of both students and the community.

I am proud to be the Superintendent for the Manchester Regional High School District and look forward to what lies ahead.

This year, as we do every year, we commit ourselves to providing our students the very best educational experience possible. We will update you often through our newsletters, social media, and our school notification system. Please take a moment to visit our district website.

Have a wonderful 2016 – 2017 school year!

Dr. Miguel Hernandez
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Principal Richard Ney, Ed.D.

I am pleased and privileged to welcome you to what we believe will be another exciting year at Manchester Regional High School.  I especially want to welcome our new freshmen who are embarking on a brand new educational experience as high school students.  We are fortunate to have an amazing and dedicated staff, and we are welcoming nine new faculty members this year.  They are joining a staff and a student body that has accomplished great things over the years, including achieving high scores on state mandated tests and being recognized by U.S. News and World Report on their list of Best High Schools in America five consecutive times.  Thanks to the quality of education provided at Manchester Regional High School, our graduates attend some of the best colleges and universities in the nation, and last year’s graduating class earned over six million dollars in scholarships. We also have outstanding co-curricular and athletic activities, many of which achieve state recognition including our Make a Difference Club and our basketball team which won a state championship in 2015. We continue to upgrade our facilities as well.  Among other projects last year, we replaced all of the windows facing Church Street significantly improving climate and appearance.  This year we anticipate completing our locker replacement program providing our students the most up-to-date facilities to accommodate their book bags and other belongings.  I am personally privileged to be entering my 16th year serving Manchester, 12 years as an administrator and educational leader, and I continue to look forward to being part of the wonderful Manchester family.
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