Welcome to the Manchester Community Schools
The Manchester Community School District is in Southwestern Washtenaw County, approximately 20 miles southwest
of Ann Arbor. The school district enjoys a high level of involvement and support from parents and citizens. The Manchester Community Schools offer a robust academic program which includes strong core content area instruction, as well as art education, physical education, vocal and instrumental music, business and technology courses, career technical opportunities, athletics, foreign languages (Spanish and German), Advanced Placement courses, and a broad array of extracurricular activities. The Manchester Community School districts provides educational excellence in a caring community.
Notice of Special School Board meeting
WISD Board Election, Klager roof, 2015-2016 Calendar
May 28th, 2015 @ 6:00 p.m. in the Board Room
410 City Rd, Manchester, MI 48158
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We will be accepting School of Choice applications for the 2015-2016 school year beginning 04-01-2015 through 09-04-2015. The application can be found and under the Enrollment tab or may picked up at the Central Administration Office, (410 City Road) beginning 07-15-15. For further information, please call 734-428-9711, ext. 1000. Click HERE for form.
Lilly Diuble, one of our middle school students, was featured on NBC Nightly News "Making A Difference."
"Educational Excellence in a Caring Community"
These words summarize our vision as a school district. It is a vision that both describes what we are about and that for which we will continuously strive.
Our Board of Education has established goals designed to focus our efforts on behalf of students. Our goals for this school year are:
- Student Achievement - Develop, implement, teach and assess a competitive instructional program for all grade levels.
- Communication - Improve board, administration, staff and community relations.
- Financial - Maintain and strenghten the financial condition of the school district.
- School Safety - Study, recommend and implement policy, practice, and physical plant updates that improve student safety.
It is the policy of the Manchester Community Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, height, weight, religion, language or marital status in any of its programs, activities or employment.