55 out of 10GreatSchools

Manteca High School

Manteca, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 1663


Manteca High School
450 East Yosemite Avenue
Manteca, CA 95336
(209) 858-7340
Manteca High School is located in Manteca, CA and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 5 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
Pacific Islander
Two or more races

Reviews7 Reviews

This is one of the worst schools I have ever been to because it's really underfunded (most of the textbooks and lockers are falling apart) some of the teachers are mean, and many of the students there are very mean (on my first day there, they talked smack behind my back and sometimes called me names) .
I'm currently a Senior at MHS and I love this school. Yes, there isn't too much spirit in my class, but that's in the hands of the students and that doesn't determine what kind of education this school gives. What I love most about MHS is the diversity. There so many people with so many backgrounds, culture, race that is actually celebrated at this high school. The teachers so far are fabulous. Of course, like every other school there are the terrible ones and the great ones. I have been lucky to end my last year with the best teachers on campus! ( in my opinion). I would recommend this school for students who like diversity, and culture.
I'm currently a Junior at MHS and it is miserable. Most teachers rush through the content and don't make sure everyone is comprehending each lesson. Also the students that go here just don't care. There is NO school spirit or anything fun to do. Everyone is either weird or boring. Plus the school is freaking old and has NO money. In one of my classes we don't even have books and the books they give us are either falling apart or close too. Don't even get me started on sports the only thing MHS cares about is Football, they get so many funding clubs and stuff while the other sports are forgotten about. The food is horrible an they worry about the stupidest things. I can't wait to graduate.
My experience at Manteca High was that you could learn and do well there if you wanted to, but you didn't have to learn to get by, or even to do well. The teachers were very good and care about the students. There are plenty of clubs and organizations for after-school activities as well. I did not personally have very good experiences with the school leadership. I was very disappointed in several of their decisions.
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