Robotics team with project
Students working on a science project
Students and parents in the library
student working on a robotic project.
Fans in the bleachers at a basketball game.
Boy basketball player
Two Students holding a thank you Board member banner
Model United Nation Students
HS wrestling team holding District trophy
Students with props at 2018 Snowcoming Dance

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Strong Education.

Mancelona Public Schools, recognizing the needs of all people, promises to make the best use of our resources to develop the potential of students, families, and community.


HS wrestling team wins Districts

  The Mancelona High School Wrestling team won Districts!  Congratulations!  Regionals will be Wednesday, February 14th in Mancelona.  GO IRONMEN!!

Winter Carnival 2018

The Antrim County Early Childhood Workgroup sponsors the annual Antrim County Winter Carnival.  This year's event is for children ages 0-5 & their families on February 24th 10:30 am-12:30 pm at YMCA Hayo-Went-Ha in Central Lake.  This is a free event with indoor & outdoor activities such as crafts, stories, face painting, zip line, snow shoeing, a free lunch, and much more.  Call David Yuhaus at 231-544-5915 or Kristin Witt at 231-587-9021 for more information.

Father Daughter Dance

Mark your calendars - the 2018 Father Daughter dance, Boots and Bling, is February 24th.  For more information visit


Ironman Mascot Logo
Model United Nations Mancelona High Schools students practice their debating skills each year by participating in Model United Nations! In the past, conferences have been held at Michigan State University and Hope College, where students represent various countries and political topics and are judged by college students who are majoring in Political Science, Communication, and Finance. This year, MHS students are looking forward to competing in Grand Rapids at Aquinas College. They will be placed on various "Security Councils" and debate topics related to Human Rights, National Security, State Sovereignty, and Healthcare on a Global scale.
Student Shea Bisson
National Geographic Geography Bee For the third year in a row, our school has taken part in the National Geographic Geography Bee, a geography trivia competition for schools around the country. Today we crowned our school champion, 8th grader Shea Bisson. Shea will now take an online test to try to qualify for the state championship, which he did last year.

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