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Mansfield High School (Grades 9-12)
250 East Street, Mansfield, MA 02048
Phone:  (508) 261-7540  Fax:  (508) 339-0259
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Academic Expectations:


The Mansfield High School student will communicate effectively.


The Mansfield High School student will analyze information from text and other media sources.


The Mansfield High School student will access information from text 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.

A recognized school of excellence.

U. S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School Program


Mansfield 2014 State Accountability Report Cards

Mansfield High School Accountability Report Report Card Overview Complete Report Card
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2012-2014 School Improvement Plan (PDF)

2014-15 bell schedule

2014-2015 Student Handbook (PDF)

2014-15 Course Registration 

     (offerings worksheet)

Attendance Appeal Form (PDF)

Bus information

District Communication Survey results

Helping Hands 

Honor Roll

Library hours and information

MyPlate (Food service)

National Honor Society

No Child Left Behind letter.


PD and Teacher Engagement Survey

Perpetual School Calendar

Program of Studies 2013-14(PDF)

Program of Studies 2014-15 (PDF)

Public Health information

Retell information (overview)(guide)

Scholarship Information

School Policy

Senior parking letter


Student Accident Medical Insurance Protection

Student Council Constitution (PDF)

Student of the Month

Summer Reading

Teachers Driving Academy

Underclassmen Awards

Ways to help our school


Important Dates

Upcoming events.


12/18 - Holiday Concert 7pm
12/23 - Full Day of School
12/24 - Jan 2 - Winter Break


1/14 - System wide 1/2 day.

          Dismissal 10:30am.
1/19 - No School - Martin Luther King Day.

2/4 - System wide 1/2 day. 

        Dismissal 10:30am.
2/16-2/20 - Mid Winter Vacation.


Important Information


The MHS Performing Arts Department will present its Annual Holiday Concert this Thursday night at 7pm in the auditorium. The orchestra, band, and choir will perform a variety of holiday favorites both separately and will also collaborate to perform a song together this year, for the first time in recent history! The concert will also feature the MHS Jazz band. The night will cap off with a traditional sing-a-long with the band, choir and audience. 


   Tickets will be available at the door for $5 each or $15 for families of 4 or more. Doors will open at 6:45pm.

Gulf Coast Relief

Complete information


What's for lunch?


All Night Party

Meeting schedule

All ANP Meetings are held in the MHS library @ 7pm
Tues 1/6/15

complete schedule

News update

Consider it Done Concert

Friday, 1/9/15 7-11 pm

Mansfield Elks, 140 North Main Street

Parents & Students Welcome

$10 at the door

Dining for Dollars at Mangia Neopolitan Pizzeria, 288 East Main Street, (Rte 123) Norton, Tues 1/20/15 4-8pm
Dine in or Take out
Present the flyer and 20% spent goes back to Senior ANP!
Flyer needed -
click on the link

Final NEASC Evaluation Report

(PDF Link)


Principal's Letter

(PDF Link)

Foreign Language

News update 11/18/14



Nat'l Honor Society

News update



School Improvement Plan




Mathematics News




Just a quick reminder, the MHS Performing Arts Department will be performing five concerts on Monday
and three on Tuesday. The concerts on Tuesday are:
8:00 - 8:30am for MHS students
8:45 - 9:15am for 8th grade students
11:40am - 12:10pm (Misc)

Thank you for your support!




Who, what, where & when?


 Hoby Award Winners

Caroline Collins and Erica Brangwynne

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Each year Mansfield High School has the opportunity to select two members of the sophomore class to represent our school at the Massachusetts Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar (HOBY). HOBY is a non-profit organization that was founded by actor Hugh O'Brian after spending time with Dr. Albert Schweitzer. Founded in 1958, HOBY's mission is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service and innovation. The organization provides leadership education to sophomores across the United States and throughout the world. Students are taught how to think, not what to think through a variety of teaching modes. There is also a community service element to the program where students are encouraged to give back to local communities and understand the importance of civic involvement.

There is an extensive application process where the entire student body was invited to complete an application to be considered. A panel of judges blindly reads the applications, and then selects two representatives. Close to 20 applications were submitted by members of the class of 2017, this year's representatives are Erica Brangwynne and Caroline Collins. In May the students will attend the 3-day Leadership Seminar at Bentley University; for more information: or


Consider it Done



PDF flyer


to support

Senior All Night Party


Friday 1/9/15

7 - 11 PM

Mansfield Elks

140 North Main Street


Parents & Students Welcome

$ 10 at the door

Class of 2017

Class of 2017 will receive 10% of ALL sales at Buffalo Wild Wings on every Monday and Wednesday’s for the entire Month of DECEMBER!!! You can bring in a flyer or go on Twitter @mansfield2017 and get flyer on your phone. Just show your phone…(Flyer link)

Class of 2017 is inviting you to FIVE BELOW for the entire weekend of December 19th to the 21st. You must bring in a paper flyer for us to receive 10% of all sales. Come and in and get some great last minute gifts for ANYONE AND EVERYONE!!

(Flyer link)

Support the Class of 2017 and purchase an MHS Ornament or a Hornets Ice Scraper. Ornaments are 
$ 10.00 and Ice Scrapers are $ 7.00. We will be selling during lunches and at the Holiday Concert. Great to buy for a teacher, friend, etc… All of these fundraisers are to support the junior /senior prom next year. We need your help to keep the ticket price down. Product details






Health Notice


 Pertussis Advisory

(whooping cough)

Information link


  Health Advisory Enterovirus


Parent letter


MA Dept of Health




We are pleased to announce the Students of the Month for November

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Robert Bradley
Ethan Blodgett
Camryn Carabitses
Bella Cavicchi
Melanie Christensen
Alex Cornelius
Lauren Cosgrove
Ford DelVecchio

Haley Dunlap
Bredan Fayles
Julia Harrison
Hai Xin Lin
Julia Lombardo
Amanda MacDonald
Kevin McCree

Ryan Otto

Paige Prevett
Tyler Risotti
Mike Thompson
Britiah Walker
Lauren Waters
Rachel Zawaski




 Senior Projects



The Senior Project is an academic as well as a hands-on experience that allows students to demonstrate and display their mastery of the 21st century skills they acquire during their years at Mansfield High School. Students propose a topic or area of which they have a desire or passion to explore. Students develop a challenging but achievable project goals that represent a “learning stretch.” Students then complete minimum of 20 fieldwork hours.

In addition to fieldwork, Senior Project students also complete a research paper on a topic related to their fieldwork and also create a digital portfolio. The Senior Project culminates in a final presentation before a Senior Project board that consists of faculty and community members. Students are guided through each aspect of the Senior Project program through a variety of assignments, class meetings, and individual conferences. 


The Senior Project focuses on developing the following  skills:





Problem Solving










Time Management






Public speaking

Profile of a Senior Project Student;




Effective communicator


Possesses time management skills








Independent Learner


Deadline Oriented




Information flyer




Yearbooks information





Check out the latest edition.

Read it, contribute to it!!!



The "NEW" Scoop.

on line.


Welcome to the Scoop! 

Technology has changed over time, therefore, we have too. This year will mark the first time the Scoop’s primary purpose will be online. Due to the fact that homeroom is a very limited opportunity, we will be directly adding content to our new site. Check back daily for updates, articles and videos. Also, to comment and share our videos, be sure to register on our site in the green box below!

Web site



The Spring 2014 edition

(PDF Link)



The Spring 2013 edition

(PDF Link)





We are a group of parents who have a vision for a better Memorial Park. We find ourselves bringing our kids to playgrounds in other towns and wishing those playgrounds were in Mansfield.  We have taken charge of making this vision a reality and hope that you will join us.

Support us by purchasing, sliders/flip-flops.

Order form

Food Drive


Support the Mansfield Food pantry


Our Daily Bread

Mansfield's Food Pantry

15 West Street - Mansfield MA 02048

Web site


Help out the "our Daily Bread" food pantry in Mansfield by donating your non-perishable food items!
Collection bins are in the lobby for all food donations




Self Study Survey Results for
Mansfield High School


Page link

Guidance information;

Senior Parent Letter from Guidance

Brag Sheet


Program of Studies 2013-14(PDF)update 3/27/13


Course Registration worksheet 

Green Schools is our effort to inform and

educate children in the many ways to be green.

Check out their web site


Check the health department page (link)  for information about health issues.

(TB alert information)

Mansfield High School Yearbook

Web Site


Yearbook order form: (Link)
Parent ad order form: (Link)
Business ad order form: (Link)
Senior information/deadlines: (Link)

Mansfield Tumbler Cups

20 ounces, BPA-free
$5 each



They are available by email (Link)








2014-15 Girls Basketball


Photo site



 Walk for Autism


The Freshman, JV and Varsity volleyball teams along with Mansfield Staff and students participated in the Walk for Autism this past Sunday at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield.
This is the 7th year the team has participated in the walk to support Coach Cunio's students.
It is a very special event for the team as many children with autism have touched the lives of the athletes and coaching staff of the MHS volleyball program.
The volleyball program helped Team Inspiration in raising over $2,500.







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The Food service web site has changed.

Please check it out.





Ways to help our schools

We want to make you aware of several ways you can help our school earn rewards and donations from
companies without any additional cost to you. It simply requires registering your card with the
business and designating MHS as a recipient

Complete information  (Link)


 Big Y

Education Express






Hannaford Helps Schools Program 





The school district has received over $2800.00





The students and faculty of Mansfield High School take an active role in the community, helping to raise funds and awareness of the many charitable organizations both locally and nationally.
     Here are a few of the many projects they are involved in.









School Policy


Mansfield High School supports a No Backpack policy in the hallways.  Students are welcome to use backpacks and bags to carry materials to and from school, but backpacks, handbags and shoulder bags are to be stored in lockers during the day. Students may carry personal items in a small pocket book that is not large enough to put a book in.


Request form that your child's name not be released to the Armed Forces. Link  


Use of the parking facilities at Mansfield High School is a privilege for students who are members of the senior class only. Regulations


Students who park at Memorial Park should not use the public library parking area.  


A reminder to students - The use of electronic devices (Cell phones, CD players, MP3 players, radios, tape decks, video game players, and any other electronic media devices) are prohibited in the Mansfield Public Schools during the school day and during evening and Saturday detentions. Electronic media devices should be secured upon entering the building, before the start of classes, and exiting the building at the end of the day.


Yearbook information. Senior parents please check this page. Link


Online Payment Processing through UniPay Gold

Did you know you can pay the following fees online?


Bus Transportation

CHAMPS Program

Performing Arts

Roland Green Preschool

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Mansfield High School was awarded a Silver Medal by US News The ranking and award came from US News and World Report's high school rankings. 

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    All students regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, limited English proficiency, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or housing status, have equal access to all programs, including athletics and other extracurricular activities.