Our vision of the ideal school is one in which all students are actively and intellectually engaged in their learning as a result of the instructional practices
that are personalized, differentiated, innovative and designed to challenge their thinking and understanding.
The result of our collective efforts is for all students to achieve their personal best and become meaningful contributors to our society.

School Hours
7:25 am - 1:49 pm

Summer office hours are
8-2 Monday-Thursday
8-12 on Fridays.


Message from Superintendent Murphy

21st Century Learning Report- Message from the Principal

Mary Watkins
Twitter Link

/19 Newsletter
Past newsletters

From the Nurses

Special Olympics
Pep Rally 2019

The 2019 summer reading list

Building Construction Progress
  Back Wall
Updated photos from 8/19/19

Additional photos


Thank you Shaw's!


Our schools greatly appreciate the generosity of our community businesses.
Shaw's of Mansfield recently donated a carriage filled with school supplies!
These supplies will go directly into the hands of our students and teachers.
Thank you again for supporting our schools!


Congratulations Mansfield!



National Champs

Congratulations to Hillary Crook, a member of our phys-ed department.
Her “Renegade” Women’s Football Team just won their second national championship.




Support MHS Dance
ShoeBox Recycling

Drop off @ MHS room 135
(Music room off the main lobby)
Complete details

This is Mansfield High School's recycling report.​

Stylus Publication Link

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  Page dedicated to e-cigarettes
NY Times Vaping article
Links to help deal with tragedies;

Mansfield High School Core Values

Academic Expectations:

  • The Mansfield High School student will communicate effectively.
  • The Mansfield High School student will analyze information from texts and other media sources.
  • The Mansfield High School student will access information from texts and other media sources.
  • The Mansfield High School student will solve problems and create solutions using curiosity, imagination, and critical thinking skills.
  • The Mansfield High School student will use technology effectively.

Social and Civic Expectations:

  • The Mansfield High School student collaborates with others to a productive end, leads by influence and example, and demonstrates personal and global responsibility


U.S. News evaluated more than 20,500 public high schools around the country
and identified Mansfield High among the top schools nationally.​

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Silver Medal Winner

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