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Back to School Night for All Parents!

Parents are invited to attend Back to School Night on Wednesday, September 2 in the auxiliary gym of the BCAC.  Students' class schedules and Power School passwords will be available beginning at 6:00 p.m. Come early and avoid the rush!  Valuable information will be presented by Principal Mark Kirzeder from 6:30-6:50. Parents will then attend all seven of their son's or daughter's classes to meet the teachers and hear firsthand about the requirements, homework, and grading. The evening ends in the cafeteria with time for fellowship and refreshments.  


Buy Books to Benefit Marian High School!

Marian High School is having a Barnes & Noble Bookfair from August 29 - September 2. Click here and use the attached coupons online or in the store and a percentage of the proceeds will benefit Marian High School.  Visit the Barnes & Noble store on Grape Road between 2:00-3:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 29.  You will enjoy a performance by the Marian cheerleaders, a robotics club demonstration, and stories read by Social Studies instructor and administrator Mr. Kyle Hanyzewski and Marian’s librarian, Mrs. Mary Dlugosz.  Barnes & Noble representatives will also be in the Marian Library Media Center during Parents’ Back to School Night on September 2 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. with items for purchase. Contact Mary Dlugosz at mdlugosz@marianhs.org with any questions.


Jeans Spirit Day for the Hunger Bowl Competition!

Attention:  Students:  Wear jeans and spiritwear on Thursday, September 3 by making a contribution to the Hunger Bowl.  Bring $1 or 2 cans (11-16 oz) of food as a minimum donation to dress down or bring $5 or 10 cans of food to show your determination to fight hunger and to beat our opponents in the Hunger Bowl!


Welcome to the 2015-2016 Academic Year!

We welcome our 175 new freshmen and 20 transfers to the Marian family!  We also welcome our new teachers and staff:

  • Thomas Coon is teaching German.
  • Brother Joe DeAgostino is helping in the Learning Strategies Department.  
  • Danielle Haley is the interim Campus Minister.
  • Kyle Hanyzewski is a Social Studies teacher and administrator.
  • Gina Hierlmeier is teaching in the Social Studies Department and is the varsity girls basketball coach. 
  • Julia Maurice is new to the School Counseling Department.
  • Daniel Tryniecki is teaching in the English Department.  
  • Alex Wizieck is an aide in the Learning Strategies Department

Marian is blessed to have these new members in our family!


SAT Prep Course Available

Dr. Scott Carlin, Ph.D. will be hosting an SAT/PSAT prep course at Marian High School this September in preparation for the October PSAT and Fall SAT dates. The SAT/PSAT course will include instruction on how to take the current version of the SAT and the new version of the SAT and PSAT. Students are asked to stop by the School Counseling office for information on how to register.


Our Lady of Lourdes

Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades named Our Lady of Lourdes as the patroness of Marian High School. Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us as we begin the new school year. May both students and teachers work together for the glory of God.   


Calendar at a Glance

Monday, August 24:  Schedule A  Doors open at 7:45 a.m.
Those who arrive before 7:45 a.m. are to use the NORTH doors (near the football field) and go directly to the Cafeteria until 7:45. 
Tuesday, August 25:  Schedule B:  Delayed Start:  Doors open at 8:15 a.m. Those who arrive before 8:15 are to use the NORTH doors and go directly to the Cafeteria until 8:15 a.m.
Mass in Chapel at 3:15 p.m.


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Updated Master Calendar for 2015-2016

View Marian High School's updated Master Calendar for 2015-2016.  


Student Leaders for 2015-2016

Student Council Officers:
President:  Kade Young
Vice President:  Sam Gill
Secretary/Treasurer:  Kyle Hall
Student Council Moderator:  Mr. Ryan Dainty


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Back to School Packet for 2015-2016

It is time to begin the 2015-2016 Academic Year!  The Back to School packets will be mailed to each registered family on Tuesday, July 21. Please look for yours in the mail.  Attached please find electronic copies of the information and the forms necessary for parents to complete and hand in to the Main Office. Click here to view the important Parent Information that is necessary before beginning the new year.  Other forms follow by clicking on Read More. 


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Marian Receives a Grade of "A" for Average Yearly Progress in 2013-2014
Congratulations are in order as Marian High School received a grade of "A" or an "Exemplary" rating on Adequate Yearly Progress (A.Y.P.) and Public Law 221 from the state of Indiana's Department of Education.  Thank you to the students, teachers, and parents for their hard work in earning this distinction.  The A.Y.P. measures the Graduation Rate, the percentage of students passing the End of Course Assessments (ECAs) in Algebra I and English 10, and the number of students earning college credits in A.P., ACP, and dual credit courses while at Marian.  

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