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Take a moment to explore our news section below. We want to make sure you hear about all the important and exciting updates happening at Mantachie High School, so check back often to stay in the know!

The first day of Traditional Classes will be Friday, August 14th. Students can arrive no earlier than 7:15 AM and classes will begin at 7:45 AM. All students K-11 will attend on Friday. Seniors' first day will be Monday, August 17th. Please note that school traffic the first week of school is extremely hectic. Make plans for delays in the drop-off lines. 

Parents & Students: Dual Credit Traditional Classes will begin on August 17th & Online Classes will begin August 24th. English Composition 1 will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays. College Algebra will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays. All Traditional Classes will take place at the Improvement Center in Fulton.  

Parents & Students: Please use the following link for access to the 2020-2021 Student Parking Forms for Mantachie High School. 

Registration Forms for the 2020 - 2021 school year are available at the following link.

Schedule Change Forms for the 2020-2021 school year are available at the following link. Students please be aware that students may only request ONE schedule change per semester. Once the form has been completed, it can be faxed or emailed to Mr. John Tigner at jtigner@itawambacountyschools.com.

Parents can check out the latest county newsletter on the Parent tab of this website. This is an important resource for parent engagement! Click on the Parent Tab to download the link.

7th & 8th Grade Supply Lists are available on the MHS Facebook page and under the Junior High Section of the Student Tab on this website.

Parents please check the Senior Page for links to the newest announcements for scholarships, graduation, and other important events. 



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310 Mustang Drive

PO Box 38

Mantachie, MS 38855

662.282.4276 Phone

662.282.4270  Fax

“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.”
-Albert Einstein