Manchester High School West

Richard R. Dichard, Principal

Mary Ann Wood, Assistant Principal

Laura E. Lord, Assistant Principal

9 Notre Dame Avenue

Manchester, NH 03102

Phone: (603) 624-6384

Fax: (603) 628-6153

ANNOUNCING...Graduation for the Class of 2019 will be held on Saturday,

June 15th at 2:00/SNHU Arena!

Click here for 2019 Senior Activities

CSI...West High

Today, May 8 is CSI: West High. For those of you who are unaware of CSI: West High, students will be faced with a "crime scene" when they arrive at school today. Ms. Mulleavey's Crime and Justice class will be hard at work with the Manchester Police, Medical Examiner's office, first responders and many others in trying to find out EXACTLY what happened and bring the cultrip(s) to justice. IMPORTANT: This is fictional, nothing has happened, it is a learning experience!!

Along with Ms. Tina Mulleavey's Crime and Justice Class, also students in our Law class, Biology class (gotta check out the evidence) and English class, who will be reporting the story and writing on it.

This is an event our students learn SO much from. Working alongside all of the "pros" is very educational in many ways.

The scene this year is in the lower teacher parking lot, behind the tennis courts. Therefore, if you drive by and see students (WITH their teachers) going down there, this is why. There are many Manchester first responders on the scene to assist. Again...... THIS IS FICTIONAL, all students and teachers are fine!

Mr. Ducharme's "Apartment" was Discovered on Fire

Police and Fire Explain Scene to Students

*More pictures in slideshow at bottom of page*

Investigators Start to Process the Scene

On Thursday, May 16, 2019, Manchester School District along with community partners will be hosting a FREE Community Wellness Dinner at Beech Street School starting at 5:30 pm. The guest speaker Scarlett Lewis is the founder of the Choose Love Movement and has spoken nationally to schools and school communities about her experience on how Courage + Gratitude + Forgiveness + Compassion in Action = Choosing Love. Scarlett lost her son Jesse in the Sandy Hook Tragedy and dedicated herself to Choosing Love in any circumstance. For more information about Scarlett and the Jesse Lewis Choose Movement - please click here.

Please see the flyer posted below for more information about this event. Hope to see you there!

Community Wellness Invite - 2019 (5).pdf

Congratulations to our students who made the Honor Roll Quarter 3!

See the list of names below:

Students In The News...

Congratulations, Zainab, on participating in the Undergraduate Research Conference at UNH-Manchester!

Zainab Ali

Questions & Answers

Zainab & Dean Decelle

Zainab & Tina, her UNH-M mentor

New Hampshire Writers’ Project

Gregory J. Grappone Memorial Scholarship Winners!

Congratulations to Manita Neorala and Kyanna Millet - the first ever recipients of this scholarship! They have each been awarded $1,250 to a college of their choice for writing essays about courage, and both students wrote about their mothers!

Senior Jaymeson Maheux

Jaymeson Maheux is honored as an Outstanding Football Player at the Annual Joe Yukika Football Banquet

Ange Kalambay

Congratulations for being awarded a $2,000 scholarship at the Key Club Dinner with Kiwanis

Tiffanie Cheng

Congratulations for receiving the Volunteer of the Year Award at the Key Club Dinner with Kiwanis

Kimiya Parker Hill

2019 Bank of America Student Leader®

Your commitment to your community is exemplary and we applaud your efforts.

As part of the Student Leaders program, Kimiya will participate in an eight-week paid internship with a local nonprofit organization identified by Bank of America. In addition, she will participate in the 2019 Bank of America Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C., July 8-13. In partnership with the Close Up Foundation, Bank of America is providing this all-expense-paid trip during which Kimiya and more than 250 other Student Leaders from across the country will gain additional tools to serve your community, inspire others, and lead positive change.

Congratulations, we are so proud!

Tiffanie Cheng

Tiffanie Cheng was selected to attend the LEDA (Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America) program at Princeton University this summer! She went through a stringent application process which LEDA compares to the application process of the most competitive colleges and universities in the country. Only 100 students are invited to attend this 7 week FREE program.

Congratulations, Tiffanie. We are so proud!

Congratulations to Lily Rousseau, Madi Lamper, Lauren Trippiedi, Corinne Robitaille, Julia Robitaille, and Max Frazier. These Blue Knights are being recognized for excellence as student athletes by the NHIAA. To qualify as Scholar Athletes, they need to compete in at least two seasons and have a GPA of 3.5 or better!

Congratulations to our FIRST Robotics Team #501, the PowerKnights from Manchester West High & Goffstown High Schools for going all the way to the semi-finals at the NE District Competition this weekend. Congratulations also on winning the Entrepreneurship Award (2nd year in a row!!) and for the Safety Award! #Team501

West Cheerleaders

at the New England Regionals!

Congratulations NJROTC Exhibition Drill Team!

1st Place Trophies in National Match

Jerry Kabba

First Place in Dual (2 person) UnArmed (without Drill Rifle)

Christopher LaSalle

First Place in Dual (2 person) Armed (with Drill Rifle)

Camden Soucy

First Place in Dual (2 person) Armed (with Drill Rifle)

Caden Sullivan

First Place in Solo Armed Drill

Corinne Robitaille

Named to the Division II All-State Team

Won the 600 Meter-Run & set a new school record!

Lily Rousseau

Lily Rousseau was chosen to receive a $25,000 scholarship.

Click here for the story!

Mason Thyng

Francis Wayland Parker

Scholar of the Month!

Visiting Artists

Grades 5-8 Redistricting Questionnaire

Students/Parents/Teachers/Community Members...what are your questions?

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