October 18 - Millersville Community Day Parade

October 22 - Club Photo Day

October 24 - K-12 In-Service - No School

October 29 - Financial Aid Night 7pm in Auditorium

October 30 - End of the 1st Marking Period

November 3 - Education Day 11am in East Gym

November 12, 13, 14 - K-12 Early Dismissal

November 26 - K-12 Early Dismissal

November 27-28 - Thanksgiving Vacation

December 1 - Vacation Day

December 23 - K-12 Early Dismissal

December 24 - January 1 - Christmas/New Year Vacation


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Philip B. Gale, Ed.D.—Principal

Jason D’Amico, Ed.D.—Assistant Principal–Grade 12

Eric J. Howe —Assistant Principal–Grade 11

Douglas C. Eby —Assistant Principal–Grade 10

Dorina A. O’Connor —Assistant Principal–Grade 9



Penn Manor HS is a public high school located at

100 East Cottage Ave

Millersville, Pennsylvania 17551

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If you need to reach us our phone number is 717-872-9520

Students must be in block 1 daily by 7:40 AM for attendance.

Dismissal will be from block 4 at 2:45 PM.


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Principal’s Message

Dear Parents and Students,

Penn Manor High School’s goal is to prepare students for life after high school. As the 2014-2015 school year approaches, we are provided with an opportunity to prepare our students academically and with the skills that will be needed in the future. Because of the quality teachers, the supportive parents and community of the Penn Manor School District, our students will be prepared for their future when we all fulfill our role in the education process.

Since our world is experiencing significant change it is ever more important that we all take a part in ensuring that our students are best prepared for the future. Students are encouraged to take challenging and beneficial classes. With the varied offerings that Penn Manor High School offers, students need to take the highest level of classes that they are eligible for and classes that are relevant to their career interests. Parents are asked to be supportive of their child and help them meet the demands of this year. We as educators will need to examine our curriculum, investigate ways of incorporating technology into the classroom, and be cognizant of what our world is requiring of our students.

For each of us, our future is somewhat uncertain but will be full of new challenges. I hope that each of you will embrace the challenges the new school year brings and strive to be successful in your role as we prepare students for their future.


Philip B. Gale