Welcome New Families to the Manson School District

  • New Student Registration Information


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    US News and World Report has released its annual ranking of high schools across the nation.  Manson High School earned a silver rating as the 29th ranked High School in the State of Washington (1,100 nationally).  The ratings are based on each high school’s performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college.  

    The Manson School district is a great place to learn.  Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Manson Middle School/Senior High School is 49 percent.


    Elementray School Registration

    Children must be five years old, on or before August 31, to attend kindergarten and six years of age, on or before August 31, to enter first grade.

    All new students are required to provide a birth certificate or other accepted proof of birth date, as well as immunization records for registration.



    For Elementary Registration Forms


      Pre-School Registration Information Click here



    Secondary School Registration

    Students who take middle school courses, which are equivalent to high school courses, will obtain high school credit. The eighth grade algebra/geometry course taught at the middle school level in the district is equivalent to the ninth grade course taught in the high school. The Washington State history course is the same course taught for high school credit.

    College in the High School is provided through University of Washington, Central Washington University, University of Washington and Wenatchee Valley Community College. On campus high school courses have been approved to qualify for both high school and college credit. Advanced Placement Courses for college credit are also available.




    For Secondary Registration Forms