Marian students enjoy the opportunity to complete college-level coursework while enrolled during their high school years. Marian offers over 30 courses as dual credit courses in conjunction with IVY Tech and Indiana University. Credits earned through this program transfer to any public college or university in the state of Indiana. Marian also offers 15 Advanced Placement Courses that offer students the ability to transfer college credit to private and out-of-state institutions.
Learn a dance in the morning and perform at the Boys Basketball game at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 20.
The Marian High School Science Department is pleased to announce that once again, Marian Science Research students have been awarded Junior Research Grants from the Indiana Academy of Science. While only 10 of the 20 applicants were granted funding, Marian students still accumulated $1838.30 in grant money. They are: Jasmine Bontrager, Mary Guinan, Max Hall, Kate Henry, Lindsey Mathew, Gracie Molnar, Megan Moretti, Carlondrea Petty, Marisa Plagens, and Charlotte Voor.
The Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) is proud to present the Rising Stars of the Class of 2019. Each Indiana high school was invited to recognize up to four students currently in the 11th grade, based on their academic achievement and leadership skills. Marian High School is proud to recognize Jacob Bishop, Margaret Cook, Mackenzie Mencias, and Filip Kosel as Rising Stars of the Class of 2019! Congratulations and best wishes!
It's fun, it's exciting and you want to be part of Spirit Night! This "Heroes vs Villains" themed opportunity is designed to build school spirit, friendships, and unity, as well as give students the chance to lead, create and perform. All students are divided into the Blue team or the White team and are asked to get involved in the ongoing competitions. Save the date of February 24 for Spirit Night!