MANCHESTER ESSEX REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
36 Lincoln Street
Manchester, Massachusetts 01944
Map of Manchester Essex Regional High School
Phone:  978-526-4412
Fax:  978-426-2046
Web Site:  http://www.merhs.mersd.org/

Grades: 

9th - 12th
Enrollment:  439
Setting:  Suburban
District:  Manchester Essex Regional School District

Welcome to Manchester Essex Regional High School!
Our Schools

The Manchester Essex Regional School District has consistently and proudly been among the highest-performing districts in the state. It is a growing district with a student population of 1560 and a commitment to maintaining low student-teacher ratios. In addition to a robust core curriculum that balances high expectations for student achievement with the needs of the whole child, we offer specialty programming and a variety of twenty-first century learning opportunities, such as: Elementary Foreign Language, Integrated Pre-K, the SWING Program, Middle School Engineering, Project Adventure, FIRST Robotics, ASR -Authentic Science Research, a Nationally Recognized Debate Team, an Award Winning Drama Program, and the Green Team & Green Scholars.


MERSD is comprised of four schools. Memorial Elementary and Essex Elementary are neighborhood schools that serve grades PreK-5. The Manchester Essex Regional Middle School serves grades 6 through 8 and shares an impressive new facility, recognized for its utilization and commitment to green technology, with Manchester Essex Regional High School, which serves grades 9 through 12. Our district realizes the importance of professional development and renewal, and, as such, provides staff development through the Northshore Education Consortium, the Northeast Professional Development Consortium, Salem State Collaborative for Interdisciplinary Studies, and the UMASS Lowell STEM Initiative.

MERSD is an inclusive school district; as such, we are a collaborative culture that welcomes all members into our learning community. Recognizing that students share more similarities than differences, our learning community respects each individual’s unique contributions. It is expected that all adults share the responsibility for providing every student with access to and participation in high quality education.

Please visit www.mersd.org to learn more about us!