MSHS AP Scholars

We are thrilled to announce that 17 exceptional Manitou Springs High School students were given honors in the Advanced Placement Program. Several students were granted AP Scholar, AP Scholar with Honor, or AP Scholar with Distinction. Amanda Kerrigan's Advanced Placement Literature and Composition, Ben Mack’s Advanced Placement Biology, Andrew Slama's Advanced Placement Physics, and Steve Blocher's Advanced Placement Computer Science classes earned a score of 3 or higher on their exam last spring. Students earning a 3, or higher, are eligible for college credit. Congratulations to these students and their teachers for their well-deserved recognition!
National Merit Video

Congratulations to the remarkable students of Manitou Springs High School! Out of a staggering 1.3 million students who took the PSAT/NMSQT assessment worldwide in the fall of 2022, a mere 34,000 were identified as Commended based on their outstanding scores. What's even more exceptional is that four of these exceptional individuals hail from Manitou Springs High School.

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MSHS Musical
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Advanced Placement courses
Advanced Placement Courses
Advanced Placement courses Manitou Springs High School offers 14 Advanced Placement courses in all four core content areas and world language. These courses offer college readiness to students while they are in high school. At the end of each course students are able to take an AP exam which may qualify them for college credit.
The Prospector
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Principal's Message

Welcome to Manitou Springs High School, home of the Mustangs! My name is Anna Conrad and I am humbled to partner with our community as the Interim Principal for the 2022-2023 school year. We are deeply committed to our core values of relationships, deep learning, and opportunity. Everyday, I am overjoyed by the countless moments in which I observe these values: teachers excitedly asking students about their art show or soccer game, students leveraging advanced lab equipment to pursue their own inquiries, hundreds of 6th-12th grade students performing a trilingual song in front of our community during World Language and Culture Night, and the student body roaring as one mustang herd during assemblies, and so many more.

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