Manchester Education Foundation


  Thank you runners and sponsors for supporting our 2015 MadHatter 5k race!

The Manchester Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that encourages and supports the education of the students of the Manchester Local School District, in Summit County, Ohio.

The Foundation strives to encourage and foster education by awarding scholarships to graduating MHS seniors, and by awarding classroom grants to educators of the district.

The Foundation solicits funds through individual and business donations, and through annual community fundraisers.  These funds go directly to support the education of the students of Manchester!

If you are interested in helping with fundraisers or organizational efforts please email for more information.  Thank you!

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Please click the following links for additional info about the Foundation:


The Foundation has awarded our 2015 scholarships to five deserving Manchester graduates.  Each senior has received a $1000 scholarship to continue their education next year.  Awards were announced at the Senior Award Banquet on May 6th.  Please visit our Scholarships page for more information.

Classroom Grants

2015 fall semester grant applications are now available.  If you are an educator in the MLSD, please visit our Classroom Grants page for details or to download an application!


The Foundation is gearing up for our first annual donation drive.  Would you like to support education in our community?  We need help from residents of Manchester and alumni of MHS.  Please visit our Donations page to make a tax-deductible donation for the benefit of the students of Manchester.


Our third annual MadHatter 5k race is coming up on Sept 19th, 2015.  Please visit our Fundraisers page for details or the race, links to pictures of years past, or to jump to the MadHatter website so you can register!


"Education makes a people easy to lead, but difficult to drive: easy to govern, but impossible to enslave." -- Peter Brougham
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