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- Resources & FacilitiesB+
Manchester Community Schools is an above average, public school district located in N Manchester, IN. It has 1,629 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Manchester Community Schools Reviews
Manchester High School is such a fun environment. Not only can you interact with your friends, but the teachers are just as amazing. Manchester provides more than just in classroom paperwork but also hands on learning that allows students to really understand what we are learning. My principal knows me by name, as well as the assistant, which you won’t ever find in another school. Manchester just allows their students to really feel welcomed and like they belong. I was strongly suggest Manchester to anyone who would be interested in going our #SquireStrong family!!
I have gone to Manchester Community Schools all my life. I always appreciate their strides to make the school better for their students. They are constantly searching for more ways to improve safety, academics, and atmosphere. Most of the teachers I have had or met truly care about their students and their academic success. They are also very open to student suggestions for new clubs and extra-curriculars, as well as ideas to improve our athletics. I would say I am lucky to have grown up in this school system. The only thing I think could use improvement would be, nothing! Things can always be improved but I see nothing that is truly in need of immediate improvement. Go Squires!!
I have gone to Manchester Community Schools since I was a freshmen and moved here from Connecticut. The teachers alone are very interactive and they do care about their job so they always give a hand if a student needs it. The facilities are very well maintained and kept tidy and cleaned. The athletic program in my opinion is one of the best in the area. I am an athlete and the way the program is ran by our athletic director is very professional. I only have two things that they can fix. The first problem is the office. The people in the office are not very organized for the most part but they are on some days. The second problem is the principle. He doesn't seem to be involved as much as he probably could be while the Assistant Principle basically seems like the Principle since he is involved with almost everything around the school.