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Student/Parent Portal


Calling In an Absence
Parent/Guardian should call the Attendance Office (860-647-3518) on the day of
the absence, for each day the student is not in school.
Please provide the following information at the tone:

  • Name of person calling (spell first and last names)
  • Student's name (spell first and last name)
  • Student's ID# and grade.
  • Reason for absence (detailed) and date of absence.

E-mail: Parents may e-mail a student's absence by using the following e-mail address: mhsattendance@mpspride.org

Bullying Reporting Procedures

The Manchester Board of Education has the responsibility to create and maintain a school environment free from bullying, harassment and discrimination. Safe School Climate Plan represents a comprehensive approach to promoting a school climate in which bullying is not tolerated by students and school employees.

Click for the entire Safe School Climate Policy

Quick links to Bullying forms:

Report of Bullying/Consent to Release Student Information

Report of Bullying Form/Investigation Summary

Student Safety Plan


Course Catalog, Handbook & Report Card Codes

Curriculum Overviews for Families

Destiny- Student Obligations

Log in to view your account information

Go to the library/textbook database at http://destiny.mpspride.org/
  • Choose "Manchester High School"
  • Login using your typical school username and student ID password
Ex: Username: 14imstdt
Pw: 12345
  • Click on the My Info tab then choose Patron Status from the tab on the left
  • Logoff on the top left when you are done

Family Connection (Naviance)

Naviance helps students and families connect what students do in the classroom to their life goals, including finding colleges and careers based on their personal skills and areas of interests.


Home Access Center






Home Access Center

Home Access Link

Manchester High School has made available the Home Access Center (HAC) web portal for parents and students.

Once a username and password are acquired, you will have internet access to securely view the student's schedule, grades, attendance and assignment information

To start the registration process, please contact:

Debbie Cratty at b25dcrat@mpspride.org or call 860-647-3533


InfoSnap Registration


Updated information coming soon! Stay tuned!

School Governance Council

Recognizing the importance of communication and participation among school staff, parents, community members and students to improve student achievement, the purpose of the MHS School Governance Council is to collaboratively support the learning environment and experience for all.  

The Council works to support the efforts of the school by providing a forum for discussing educational issues and creating a better understanding of and mutual respect for each other’s concerns and role as they share ideas for continuous school improvement.

To learn more about School Governance Councils, please use the link below




Please consider joining us and share your voice as we work towards providing the best educational experience possible for Manchester High School students.


Current 2016-2017 SGC Members

Parents – H. Adams (co-chair), B. Crockwell

Students –A. Anglisano, R. Adams

Community – M. Brewer

Teachers – C. Mazzotta (co-chair), G. Morey, A. Maggiore, K. Chambers

Administrator – K. Miner



Student Clubs & Activities

Manchester High School is committed to fostering student development both academically and socially through a strong student activities program. M.H.S. offers a wide variety of co-curricular activities including clubs, organizations and athletics. We believe that participation in school activities develops skills,
provides direction in goal setting, and contributes ultimately to a positive school climate. Below you will find a list of the clubs, a
brief description of the club, meeting dates, times and member procedures.

MHS Student Activities Information

Read Why Extracurricular Activities Are So Important


Parents can also participate in the Swipe process by signing up for a FREE swipe account. Parents can view their students attendance online and even request automated emails and text messages. Click here for additional information.

UConn Early College Experience

UConn Early College Experience (ECE) is a concurrent enrollment program that allows motivated high school students to take UConn courses at their high schools for both high school and college credit. Every course taken through UConn ECE is equivalent to the same course at the University of Connecticut. Students benefit by taking college courses in a warm setting that is both familiar and conducive to learning

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