•    Vocal Music   

     Email: Kevin.Mansco@slps.org

     Degrees and Certifications:

     B.S. in Engineering Management - University of Science and Technology 


  • Mr. Kevin Mansco

     “Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” ― Victor Hugo

    Hello everyone, thank you for visiting my page.  I would like to welcome you all back to another exciting year at Soldan High School. 

    I know 2020 has been the most unusual yet historic year, I know that we will make it through this together. I hope everyone is staying safe out there. 


    I'm Mr. Mansco, I teach General music, Class piano 1 (for beginners), Class piano 2 (for more advanced), Glee (beginning singers), and Soldan's award winning Concert Choir. I went to the University of Science and Technology (formely known as University of Missouri -Rolla). In addition to music, I incorporate social equity, and life lessons into my teaching. I believe that what Grandma taught us, is just as needed in life, as what we learn in books. 


    I am a obviously a music lover, and professional musician. I love sports, music, and education. In my spare time, I love to travel and I love to eat. I have a passion for teaching and guiding young people. Speaking of young people, I am the father of a beautiful son named Myles. He is the joy of my life and everything I do, I do for him. I don't take this teaching privilege lightly. It is my honor to be trusted to teach these wonderful scholars and future leaders. 

    For questions or concerns, feel free to email me anytime at kevin.mansco@slps.org. I promise to respond within 24 hours. 

    Thanks again for all that you do and lending us your fabulous children.  

     Additional Information:

    •  17 year music instructor for SLPS
    •  Bachelor of Science from University of Missouri - Rolla
    •  Minister of Music at God First Church
    •  12 year music instructor for Center of Creative Arts (COCA)
    •  Musical Director for Element of Soul Entertainment 
    Remember, "where words fail, music speaks."