Manchester Regional High School

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Events

BOE Meeting
Date: 6/30/2016, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Library
BOE Meeting
Date: 7/20/2016, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Library
BOE Meeting
Date: 8/18/2016, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Library

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Anti Bullying Info

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

News

Make a Difference & French Club Fashion Show is Tres Chic!

Students, faculty and family attended a fashion show fundraiser for the Make a Difference Club and French Club. Local designers donated clothing, and student models even got to wear some of their own trendy outfits. The night was capped off with vocal performances from talented MRHS singers. Produced by Dyandra Brown (TV Production), written by Faith DeRuiter (Journalism), and narrated by Natania Feliciano (MRHStv Anchor)

Members of the Class of 2016 Share Their College Choice

Many of the members of the Manchester Regional High School Class of 2016 agreed to pose for photos showing off the college they will be attending in the fall. The pictures are currently being shown on our in-house TVs and on Cablevision/MRHStv Channel 77. If you notice a senior that's not in the video, they can see Mr. Yob any time in Room S2 to have their picture taken and added to the list!

Meeting date change

Please be advised that the Regular Meeting of the Passaic County Manchester Regional High School District Board of Education scheduled for...
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Summer Lunch Program

Free to all Haledon, North Haledon, and Prospect Park residents up to age 18. Click the title to learn more.

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Superintendent Miguel Hernandez, Ed.D

Dear Students, Teachers, Staff, and Community Members:

I have officially begun my tenure as the Superintendent of the Manchester Regional High School on March 1, 2016.  I am excited, honored, and humbled to lead this great school district and I thank the Board of Education for allowing me to serve this amazing community.  I am very impressed by what I have learned thus far.  I am very excited about the passion and energy that the teachers exhibit towards the students.  Their hearts are truly in the right place.

It will take all of us to ensure student success, to ensure equitable access to rigorous coursework, to encourage and support our students as they prepare for college and career, and to provide our teachers and school leaders with the support and guidance they need to be successful.  I am currently meeting with teachers, principals, staff, students, parents, and many others, to start learning from you – not only about what’s going right, but also about where we have room to grow and improve.

Thank you in advance for your participation in this process and for the warm welcome I have received.  I look forward to continuing our dialogue about improving MRHS and working together to fulfill our promise to our students.

Sincerely,
Miguel Hernandez, Ed.D.
Superintendent
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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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