Manasquan High School

Home of the Warriors

MHS Awards and Distinctions

 AP Honor Roll
Manasquan one of only 220 districts in the US and Canada named to the AP Honor Roll multiple times
(College Board's 6th Annual AP Honor Roll)
 
Score of over 97% (76/78) under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights
 

 
  • End of Year Information

    The final exam schedule can be found here.

    A list of important dates and events can be found here.

    Just For Seniors:

    The end of year mailing to seniors and their families can be found here.

    A list of important dates and events can be found here.

     
     
     
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  • Yard Sale to Benefit Warrior Band

    It's time again for the Manasquan High School Warrior Band's GIANT YARD SALE!! Come and be a part of this fun, annual event while supporting the band. You can donate your unwanted items on Friday afternoon, then come back and shop till you drop on Saturday morning!

    WHEN: SATURDAY, JUNE 17th from 9 am – 2 pm
    WHERE: MANASQUAN HIGH SCHOOL PARKING LOT AT 167 BROAD STREET
    RAIN DATE: SUNDAY, JUNE 18th
    DONATION DROP OFF: FRIDAY, JUNE 16th from 3 pm – 8 pm at the High School Band room.
    NO LARGE TUBE TV'S PLEASE. NOBODY WANTS THOSE!!

    The sale is always huge and offers an exciting selection of items for very reasonable prices. So clean out a closet, donate your old junk, then come and enjoy shopping while supporting our wonderful MHS Warrior Band!

     

     

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  • Fall Sports Physicals Information

    In order to participate in a Fall sport, each student must submit a completed Manasquan High School sports packet. Incomplete packets will be returned to the student to remediate unresolved issues with their health care provider, which may delay clearance. Fall athletes should return packets to the office of the AD by July 17, 2017.

    • The sport physical is good for 365 days.
    • Updates need to be provided if a physical was completed beyond 90 days of the first practice.
    • Physical Exams are no longer offered through the school.
    • A sport physical which is completed by a health care provider who has not completed the Cardiac Assessment Professional Development Module will not be accepted.

    Sports Physical Packets are available from the Athletics Forms page. All forms in the packet must be complete. 

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  • Squan-A-Thon Raises Over $121,000!

    This year three hundred Manasquan High School students danced all night in the MHS gym for another successful Squan-a-Thon. After working hard all year accumulating donations from friends, family, and local businesses, for the 8th year in a row, the MHS students enjoyed an unforgettable night. The night started off with inflatable obstacle courses, face painting, and of course, dancing.

    Amidst all the fun and celebration, the students were able to hear the story of the Mizer family, who reached out to Squan-a-Thon for help when their daughter was diagnosed with a rare disease. This started off the night by putting things into perspective and showing the students how their hard work has changed a family’s life. This is truly what Squan-a-Thon is all about. Around 10 p.m., it was time for the mystery speaker. The MHS students were awe-inspired by NFL defensive end, Devon Still. Still captivated the audience with the story of his daughter, Leah Still, who fought and won her battle with cancer. Then, it was on to more festivities with karaoke, committee dances, pizza-making, bubble soccer, shredded-paper Easter egg hunt and relay races.

    This was a night full of laughing, dancing, and fun all for the kids, by the kids. Senior Justin Condoluci spoke for the final time as a member of the committee. Justin is no stranger to Squan-a-Thon, as he first told his story when he was battling cancer in the 6th grade. Finally, as the sun rose in Manasquan, the students finished strong with a fan favorite – Zumba. One final cancer success story from another one of our very own, Pia Donadeo took center stage. When it was time for the reveal, the gym was silent. Mr. Battaglia announced the money totals from each year prior and the students sat anxiously, waiting as each committee member, one by one, turned around each number of the total, finally revealing the $121, 170.32 raised for local families. All the credit for such a successful event goes to the amazing students of Manasquan High School!

     
     
     
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