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Revised Exam Schedule Due to Weather Conditions

Monday, December 19 NO exams due to extreme cold. 

Tuesday, December 20 8:00-1:45 4 exams and lunch
1st Hour Exam     2nd Hour Exam    4/5/6th Hour Exam     6/7/8th Hour Exam.   Lunch will be served!  Dismissal: 1:45 pm  Those with 8th hour lunch may leave at 1:15.  

Wednesday, December 21. 8:00-12:30. 3 exams
3rd Hour Exam    9th hour Exam      10th Hour Exam
Dismissal: 12:30 pm No lunch will be served


Orientation for 2016-2017 Academic Year

Welcome Knights! Orientation on Monday, August 15
Freshmen and Transfers:  8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Sophomores:  12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.
Juniors:  1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Seniors:  2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
All sessions begin in the Main Gym.  
Full day of classes on Tuesday, August 16 from 8:00-3:00.


Attention Parents of Freshmen and Transfers

You are invited to attend Orientation for Parents of Freshmen and Transfer students on Thursday, August 11 from 7:00-8:00 in the Marian cafeteria.  You will meet the administrators and staff and learn more about their visions and goals for the new academic year.  You will also be able to pick up any pre-ordered uniforms and/or purchase Marian spiritwear, as well as the P.E. shorts and shirts.  Light refreshments will be served beginning at 6:30 p.m.   


Redeemer Radio Sharathon Redeemer Radio

Listen to Redeemer Radio at 95.7 FM!  Representatives from Marian will be participating in the Growing in Mercy Spring Sharathon on Thursday, May 5 from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Your donations support the Catholic community, share the good news, strengthen families, and foster vocations.  


All School Assembly on February 18

An all school assembly will take place on Thursday, February 18 at 12:00 noon in Marian’s main gymnasium. Parents are welcome to attend.  The nationally renowned speaker will be Matt Fradd who has been invited to each one of the four high schools by the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend to discuss common myths related to pornography.

Matt Fradd experienced a profound conversion at World Youth Day in Rome in 2000 and afterward committed himself to inviting others to know Jesus Christ and the Church Christ founded. Matt speaks to about 50,000 people every year and has been a guest on the BBC, EWTN, ABC, and Catholic Answers Live. He is the founder of The Porn Effect, a site dedicated to exposing the reality behind the fantasy of pornography.  


Diver Josh Richardson Competes in Regional!

Congratulations and best wishes to junior Josh Richardson who will be diving at the Regional competition at Mishawaka High School.  At Sectional on Saturday he scored 100.10 points more than the second place diver. He has already represented Marian during his freshman and sophomore years at the state competition in diving. We are proud of our diver!  


You Are Invited to be Entertained!

See the Marian Stars!
Variety Show
New Dates due to Basketball Sectionals

Wednesday, March 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m.
Main Gymnasium
Directed by Mrs. Victoria Malooley
Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the Bookstore
or at the door on the evening of the performances.
Funds go to the Marian Drama Department.


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Join the Marian Community for Auction 2016!

The annual auction,"A Knight under the Big Top" will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2016. There will be great items to bid on, as well as food, fun, and fellowship. Click here to see items that are up for bids! 

5:30 p.m.  Mass in the Marian Chapel
6:00          Silent Auction Begins in Main Gymnasium
7:00          Dinner by the Landing Catering
                  Live Auction Begins
10:00        Grand Prize Raffle Winner Drawn


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Sign up NOW for Cubs Trip on June 17!

Just click here to sign up the family for the Cubs Trip on Friday, June 17, 2016.  The Cubs will be playing the Pittsburgh Pirates at 1:20 Central Standard Time.  The cost is $75 per person and includes game ticket for the Terrace Reserved Section and transportation from Marian's south parking lot via motor coach. Bus will depart Marian at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time allowing time for lunch and time to watch batting practice and explore Wrigley before the game.  Call Marian's Development Office at 574.258.7676 with questions or to make reservations.  It's not too late!


You are Invited to the Annual Alumni Tailgate and Homecoming

All Marian Parents and Families 
Join us for Homecoming festivities on Friday, September 9
Tailgate for Alumni and All Families begins at 5:30 in the Cafeteria
Cost is $5 per person
Children in 8th Grade and under are FREE!

Tickets to the game are to be purchased before coming to the tailgate
Knights vs Wildcats at 7:00 p.m.
Homecoming Court will be honored at halftime.
Bonfire sponsored by the Sophomore Class will follow the game

 


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Free SAT Practice Test Available

Sylvan Learning will be hosting a free practice test on Saturday, October 8 at Marian High School from 8 am -11:30 am. After the test, Sylvan will provide the students with a personalized evaluation of their performance along with suggestions on how they can improve their score.  To reserve your spot, fill out and return the registration form to Marian High School Counselor's Office by October 5.  Additional forms are available in the Counseling Office or click here for copy of the registration form.


Parent Teacher Conferences Marian Logo

Parent Teacher Conferences
Thursday, October 27
3:30-6:30 p.m. by appointment only
Please call Mrs. Pam Hardig in the Main Office at (574)259-5257
before the end of the school day on Tuesday, October 25 to schedule conferences with the teachers of your choice.  


Placement Test for Incoming Freshmen! Marian Logo

The Placement Test for the Class of 2021 will be on Friday, January 13, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. in the Marian Library. Test takers are asked to bring two #2 pencils. There is a $20 fee for the Placement Test. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required.  Please pre-register by emailing Mrs. Mary Kay Dance at mdance@marianhs.org or by calling the Main Office at 574.259.5257.


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Class of 2021 Marian Logo

Incoming Freshmen in the Class of 2021:  Now is the time to complete the Marian High School enrollment packet and be a Knight for the next four years! Click here to access the electronic enrollment packet or go to "Admissions" under Quick Links on the opening page of the website to print a paper copy and to find out more.


Theology on CAPP for Teens! Theology on capp

All teens are invited!
Monday, January 23 at 7:00 p.m.
"The Glory of Mary"presented by Mr. Bobby Kloska
Sliders and Cappuccino for ALL Teens!
Knights of Columbus #1878 at 114 W. First Street in Mishawaka
Please click here to learn more.


Dress Down Day on Tuesday, December 6! Santa Claus

On Tuesday, December 6, students are asked to bring $2 donnations for much needed supplies for Santa's Workshop at the Center for the Homeless sponsored by the Art Club under the direction of Mrs. Kitty Gunty. Items that are desparately needed for the guests of the Center are gift bags of all sizes and large shopping bags. Monetary donations of $2 per student will be accepted and greatly appreciated. If students bring in any of the items above, they may dress down in sweats or jeans with a spirit top or Christmas sweater on Tuesday, Dec. 6!  Then everyone is invited to join Santa's Workshop at the Center for the Homeless on Wednesday, December 7 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 


Support Marian Athletics! Blue Knight

Marian Athletics had a tremendous Fall Season with three Sectional Champions, two Regional Champions, as well as a Semi-State and State Champion. There was a Regional Qualifier for Girls Golf and a Semi-State Qualifier for Girls Cross Country. These teams will be honored at halftime of the Boys Basketball game on Tuesday, December 13 against Culver Academy.  If you are looking to show your appreciation for the fall accomplishments, as well as support the Girls and Boys Basketball teams, December 13 would be an excellent opportunity to do so. GO KNIGHTS!


Trivia Knight! Real Knight

Saturday, November 5
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Trivia begins at 7:00 p.m.
$150 for table (Maximum 10 people) 
All participants must be 21 or older
Bring snacks to share with those at your table
Drinks will be available for purchase
Sponsored by the Development Office
Click here to register!


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SAT News from the Counseling Office SAT Pic

Marian is hosting the SAT on Saturday, October 1.  Make sure you register by September 1 by going to www.collegeboard.org. Keep in mind that our Test Center Number is 15557 and our High School Code is 152343.


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Uniform Pick Up Reminder!

Families can pick up the uniform shirts, sweaters, and fleece ordered from Superior Business Solutions on Thursday, August 11 from 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. in the Home Economics room.  Pick up will also be available for those in attendance at the Orientation for Parents of Freshmen and Transfers that will take place in the Cafeteria from 7:00-8:00 p.m. on August 11.  Remember uniforms can still be ordered anytime from Superior Business Solutions but they will not be delivered until later.  


Celebrate Homecoming 2016 with the Knights!

Homecoming Week begins on Tuesday, September 6 leading up to the football game on Friday, September 9 at 7:00 p.m. at Otolski Field. There will be different dress down themes each day:  
Tuesday: PJs Day
Wednesday: Super Hero Day
Thursday: Mismatched Neon
Friday: Jerseys

The spirit activities on Friday include the Alumni Tailgate at 5:30 p.m., the varsity football game at 7:00 p.m., homecoming during halftime, and a bonfire after the game. The bonfire is sponsored by the Sophomore Class and will include good food and games!   Show your spirit and paticipate in all the the Homecoming events!
KNIGHTS are great!


Congrats Baseball Sectional Champs!

The Mishawaka Marian Knights baseball team has a neutral playoff game vs. Griffith High School on Saturday, June 4 at 10:00 a.m. Forward Knights to Victory!


Congrats Boys Basketball 3A Sectional Champs!

ISHAA Boys Basketball 3A Regional
Kankakee Valley High School on March 12, 2016
Tickets are $7 per session or $10 for the day

Game One at 11:00 EST 10:00 CST
Marian Knights vs Twin Lakes Indians
Game Two at 1:00 EST 12:00 CST
Northwestern vs Griffith 
Championship at 8:00 EST  7:00 CST


Celebrate Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service

Monday, February 1:  Schedule C:  Celebrating Catholic Schools in our Catholic Community

*Assembly with two special guest speakers on the value of Catholic Education  

Tuesday, February 2:  Schedule B:  Celebrating Catholic Schools in our Families
*Students deliver “carryout” breakfast items to parents during morning drop off   

Wednesday, February 3:  Schedule H:  Celebrate Catholic Schools in our City/Community
 *Support the fundraiser for the special cause in the community by dressing down
Bring toiletries or $5 donation

Thursday, February 4:  Schedule C:  Celebrate Catholic Schools in our Vocations
 *All School Mass during 2nd Hour

Friday, February 5: Schedule D with 3:00 Dismissal: Celebrating Catholic Schools in our Students
*Cake served during lunch   *Pep Rally at 2:30 for Winter Sports

Saturday, February 6:  Boys Basketball Games  vs Loy Norrix at 6:00 and 7:30 

*Spirit Court selected on the basis of Learning, Serving and Leading

 


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Alumnus Demetrius Jackson ’13 to be Honored at Marian Basketball Game on Tuesday, February 9

Tuesday, February 9 Marian Knights vs Jimtown Jimmies
JV Tip at 6:00 p.m. and Varsity Tip at 7:30 p.m.
ICCL Basketball Players in Marian's Partner Schools Will Be Recognized
*Varsity and Colors Players Arrive by 6:45 p.m.  
Report to the Cafeteria

Teams will be announced between the JV and Varsity Games
ICCL players in ALL sports and their families are invited to attend
this community-wide event in Marian's Main Gymnasium
on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Click here to read more about Alumnus Demetrius Jackson '13 
who will be honored by the entire Marian Community on February 9! 


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Vintage Hollywood Prom

Silver Screen Nights  Junior/Senior Prom  Saturday, April 30
Riverside Terrace  426 Lincoln Way East  Mishawaka  46544
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  Guests must be present by 7:30 p.m.
Dinner is served at 7:45 p.m.  Prom ends at 11:00 p.m.

After Prom Party follows at Chippewa Bowl
225 West Chippewa Avenue in South Bend
Bowling *  Food  *  Games  *  Music  * Prizes
Guests must arrive by 12:15 a.m.
After Prom Party ends at 2:30 a.m.


Schedule for Final Exams for Second Semester

First Semester Finals are scheduled for May 23, 24, and 25.  Click here to view the time schedule
Monday, May 23:  8:00-12:30 Exams for Periods 1, 2, 3
Tuesday, May 24:  9:00-12:00 Exams for Periods 4/5/6 and 6/7/8
Wednesday May 25:   9:00-12:00 Exams for Periods 9 and 10


Wednesday, March 9 is SPIRIT Jeans Day!

Students are invited to wear Marian spiritwear and appropriate jeans or sweats on Wednesday, March 9 if they bring a donation of $1 or more for the Annual Auction "A Knight Under the Big Top."  Donations will be collected during first hour classes.  


Alumni and Author Presents to Students!

Paul Greci, a 1982 Marian graduate, visited his alma mater on March 15. He spoke to the freshmen and some sophomores who have already read his recently published book, Surviving Bear Island.  This adventure story begins after a sea kayaking trip takes a dangerous turn and the main character is stranded on the remote, outer coast of the unpopulated Bear Island in the rough terrains of the Alaskan wilderness. Mr. Greci conducted two discussion sessions with the students and they were able to ask questions. Mr. Greci also be spoke to the Librarians of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend at their regularly scheduled meeting later in the afternoon.  Special thanks to Mr. Bob VanGoey for arranging the visit.


Academic Success Camp

Academic Success Camp is an opportunity for all members of the Class of 2020 to get to know Marian and learn about organizational, time management, and study skills just in time for the beginning of the new academic year on August 15, 2016!  Mrs. Annie Ganser of the Learning Strategies Department will be conducting the camp from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon on BOTH Wednesday, August 10 and Thursday, August 11.  There will be a $20 fee due at the time of registration which will take place from 8:30-9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 10 near the cafeteria. Pre-registration can be accomplished by calling Mrs. Pam Hardig in the Main Office at 574.259.5257 or by emailing phardig@marianhs.org.  


Blood Drive Real Knight

"I bleed blue and silver"
Blood Drive in Marian's Auxilliary Gym 
Tuesday, October 18
from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 
Sign up for a donation appointment during lunch periods.


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News from the Marian Drama Department Drama Masks Image

It is time to show off your talents!  Auditions for the Variety Show will take place on Tuesday, January 24 from 4:30 to 6:30 and Wednesday, January 25 from 3:30 to 5:30 in the Music Room. Sign up sheets are available in the Bookstore.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Malooley in Room 217. The Variety Show will take place on Wednesday, March 1 and Thursday, March 2 at 7:00 p.m. at the Battell Center in Mishawaka.  Tickets are $5 per person.  


The Spring Musical will be presented at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 and at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 30.  Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors 65 and older, and FREE for children five and under.  


Celebrate Catholic Schools! Catholic Schools Week Logo

Catholic Schools Week 2017 will be celebrated from Sunday, January 29 - Saturday, February 4 throughout the nation.  The theme is Catholic Schools are Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.  Watch this space for more specific information about how the Marian family will be participating in Catholic Schools Week.


First Semester Final Exam Schedule Marian Logo

Finals Exams for the first semester will be administered:
Monday, December 19 from 8:00-12:30 for periods 1, 2, and 3
Tuessday, December 20 from 9:00-12:00 for periods 4/5/6 and 6/7/8
Wednesday, December 21 from 9:00-12:00 for periods 9 and 10
If there is a snow day on December 19 or 20, the schedule will be adjusted accordingly. This would include being in school longer and the cafeteria staff serving lunch. Christmas Break officially begins at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 21.  Click here to view the entire First Semester Exam Schedule.

 


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Important Information about the LAST DAYS!

Since Marian High School did not use two (2) of the built-in snow days this year, the last days of school will be adjusted.  Semester exams will take place on Monday, May 23, Tuesday, May 24, and Wednesday, May 25.  The final day of the 2015-2016 academic year will be Wednesday, May 25.  The Baccalaureate Mass will take place on Thursday, May 26 and the Commencement on Friday, May 27 as previously scheduled.  


Summer Office Hours!

June 6 - July 29:  Main Office is open from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and closed on Fridays throughout June and July. All offices are closed for Sports Moratorium Week from July 4 - July 8.  *Regular office hours resume on Monday, August 1: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on Friday.  May God bless us as we begin the 2016-2017 academic year!


Annual Grandparents Day on Tuesday, November 22 Grandma and Granddaughter

In the spirit of gratitude, the Marian family invites all grandparents to attend a prayer service and reception on Tuesday, November 22.  Grandparents are asked to arrive and check in from 8:15-8:40 a.m. (Classes for students begin at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday.) The prayer service will begin at 8:45 and the reception with light refreshments will begin at 9:45. Reservations can be made by clicking here or by calling Mrs. Lauren Meyers in the Campus Ministry Office at 574.259.5257 Extension 331. 


Celebrate 50 Years of Marian Football!

Marian Football 50 Years Strong!
Come and join fellow teammates and alumni to celebrate being a part of Marian Football!
July 30 at 5:00 p.m. at Marian High School in Mishawaka
$15 Hog Roast Dinner, drinks, music, and videos of the storied past will fill the night, including talks from all of the former head coaches
  RSVP at mdavidson@marianhs.org     
Online Survey at http://goo.gl/XNrThQ

Online Store at www.bsnteamsports.com  Code: knight9U2


Schedules for the Month of August

Please drop off students at the NORTH doors (near the football field) if arriving before 7:45 a.m.  Students are to report to the Cafeteria at this time. Breakfast is available in the Cafeteria.  All doors are open beginning at 7:45 a.m. and students can go directly to their lockers. 
Monday, August 22 is Schedule A.  Classes are from 8:00-3:00.
Tuesday, August 23 is Schedule B.  Classes are from 8:30-3:00.  Teachers have meetings from 7:45-8:25 a.m.  Cafeteria is still open for students who arrive at regular time.  
Wednesday, August 24 is Schedule H. (Homeroom takes place after 1st hour.)
Thursday, August 25 is Schedule C.  Classes are from 8:00-3:00.  All School Mass after 2nd hour.
Friday, August 26 is Schedule A.
Monday, August 29 is Schedule A.
Tuesday, August 30 is Schedule B. (8:30 start)
Wednesday, August 31 is Schedule H.  (Homeroom takes place after 1st hour.)
 


NHS Tutors Available in Room 208! NHS logo

Stressed out about finals?  Want to ponder the wonderful view from Room 208?  If that is true, then you’re a great candidate for after school tutoring sponsored by the NHS.  Tutoring is Monday through Thursday from 3:15 until 4:00 pm in Room 208.  No appointment is necessary.  Please just stop in if you need help.


College Tour Announced! College Tour Image from EF website

Marian's School Counseling Department is excited to announce a second college tour, this time traveling from the historic city of Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. This is a student ONLY tour, which gives students an opportunity to get independently engaged in the college admissions process. In June 2017, the participants will have an opportunity to visit many different archetypes of schools and figure out the “right fit,” learn the college admissions language, and understand the admissions process.  It doesn’t replace the family college tour experience – rather supplements it and gives students an opportunity to see more schools – and also tour these exciting cities.  Click here to go to the Explore America website and find out more!

Marian Counseling will host an informational meeting on the Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. College Tour on Wednesday, January 18 at 6:30 PM in Room 125.  Please join and learn more about this educational and fun opportunity!

 

 


Attention Class of 2021 Interested in Playing Football 50 Years of Football Logo

Incoming Freshman Football Open House on Friday, February 10, 2017 in the Marian Cafeteria
4:30 Registration 
5:00 Welcome and Presentations from Business Manager, Athletic Director, Guidance Director, and Coaches, as well as a highlight video, Q and A session, and guided tour of the facilities.
6:45 Dinner
7:30 Varsity Basketball game vs Clay HS
RSVP to Assistant Head Coach Michael Davidson at mdavidson@marianhs.org


You Are Invited to a Christmas Concert! Holly

Christmas Concert

Tuesday, December 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Featuring Marian Choir, Musical Theatre, Applied Music, and Instrumentalists

St. Monica Church at 222 West Mishawaka Avenue in Mishawaka

Performances Conducted by Ms. Colleen Pingel

Admission is free


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Boys Soccer Team Wins Semistate! Blue Knight

The boys soccer team beat Westview High School (3-0) and then beat Heritage Christian (4-1) in the semistate competition on Saturday, October 22.  The Knights are headed to State! They play Providence for the Class I-A State Championship on Saturday, October 29 at 10:30 a.m. at Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis. Go Knights!

The team members who won NIC Honors are: First Team: Max Frausto, Cristian Juarez, and Oscar Tavarez
Second Team: Jordan Morris and Jonathan Tavarez
Honorable Mention: Ned Morrison


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Final Week to Enjoy Summer Breakfast and Lunch in the Marian Cafeteria

FREE breakfast and lunch for those under 18
and only $3 for adults

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

Tuesday, May 31 - Friday, July 29

Breakfast served 8:15-9:00 a.m. Monday-Friday

Lunch served 11:00-12:15 Monday-Friday

*Closed for Sports Moratorium Week and 4th of July Holiday: Monday, July 4 - Friday, July 8


Attention Parents

Used Uniform Resale
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Room 136 Home Economics
Please use Main Entrance 


Congratulations to the Volleyball Team Blue Knight

The Knights won the Class 3-A Sectional title on Saturday, October 22 by defeating St. Joseph's High School in the title game. Bella Ravotto had 20 kills and Marielle Corbett had 17 kills. Bella Ravotto had 24 digs while Emily Sharp and Kassady Chudzicki each had 18. Abigail Wood had 6 blocks. Kelsey Ketchum had 40 assists!  Marian had already defeated Culver Girls Academy in the morning semifinal game.  The team then beat Benton Central on Tuesday, October 26 to earn a trip to the Semistate at Twin Lakes High School on Saturday, October 29.  Go Knights!


You Will Know Us by Our Deeds! Cans of Food

The entire Marian community is supporting the Student Hunger Drive of Northern Indiana which is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching youth how to give back in their community and feed the hungry. Marian is one of only two schools to have participated in the Student Hunger Drive since its inception. All Marian donations will be given to the St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Joseph County.  In an effort to promote participation, the Student Council has devised a homeroom competition. The goal over the next three weeks (beginning on November 2)  is to encourage students to bring in as many cans of food or dollars as possible. Every can and every dollar counts as "1."  At the end of the drive, the homeroom with the highest number per student in each grade level will win a treat in the weeks leading to midterms.  Collect those cans of food now!


Back to School Night for Parents!

Parents are invited to attend Back to School Night on Wednesday, August 31. Students' class schedules will be available in the Main Gym beginning at 6:00 p.m. Student Parent Directories will also be available! Come early and avoid the rush! A short informative program led by Mr. Kirzeder will begin in the BCAC at 6:30 p.m. 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.


Monthly Calendar for Parents Blue Knight

Click here to view the Marian calendar for the month of January 2017
This calendar is subject to change.  Please watch the daily calendar on the right hand side of the website for the most current information.


What's for Lunch? School Lunch

Good food is available in the Marian Cafeteria!   
Click here for the January 2017 lunch menu. Click here for the February 2017 lunch menu.


Ask about Dual Credit at Marian! Marian Logo

Dual credit classes are a great way to earn college credits while in high school.  The members of Marian High School's Class of 2017 have earned an average of 25 college credits per student with 80% of the seniors participating!  One hundred forty graduates will be able to begin their college careers with a substantial numbers of college credits! What a great way to be a step ahead!  


Marian's Light of Learning Awardee Ken and Mark Light of Learning

Congratulations to Mr. Ken Andrzejewski of Marian's Science Department who will receive the Light of Learning Award from the Diocese of Fort Wayne - South Bend on Thursday, February 2, 2017. 


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November Calendar at a Glance! Marian Logo

Students and Parents can stay up-to-date and on schedule by clicking on this updated November 2016 calendar of events at Marian High School.  This calendar can be viewed or printed for your convenience. The Administration reserves the right to make necessary changes in the school calendar.  


Important Update from the School Counseling Department! Marian Logo

Students received their second semester schedules in December. Parents are asked to please check with your sons and daughters to see if they still have their copy.  If they’ve misplaced it, you can print another from PowerSchool.  Second semester begins on the the day we return from Christmas break on Thursday, January 5.  


Attention Parents of 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Graders Knight

Informational Meeting for Parents of 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Graders
Why you and your family should join the Marian High School community!
Presentations by Students, Parents, and Administrators
Time for questions and answers
Two options:  Wednesday, October 26 OR
Monday, November 7
7:00 p.m. in the Marian Library

These informational meetings are designed for parents who want more specific information about Marian High School before bringing the students to the Open House on Sunday, November 13.
 


West Coast College Tour Available West Coast Tour

Marian is excited to introduce a new college exploration program! We are going to partner with EF Explore America to run a college tour to Southern California November 4-9, 2016. This is a student ONLY tour, which allows students an opportunity to get independently engaged in the college admissions process. This would be great for sophomores through seniors! To view more information regarding the college tour and/or to enroll, view the flyer or click on the link below:  http://www.efexploreamerica.com/tour-website/1902435yv  There is a $99 discount for anyone who enrolls by the end of the day on September 10!  

Contact Assistant Principal Miss Anne Brusky at abrusky@marianshs.org with questions.


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Congratulations to the Top of the Class of 2016!

The co-valedictorians of the Class of 2016 are Christian Dennis, Therese Rice, and Erica Gerstbauer. The salutatorian of the Class of 2016 is Katherine Rice. These four outstanding students are joined by 28 others in the Class of 2016 who have achieved a cumulative G.P.A. of 4.0 or above and are officially Marian Scholars. They will celebrate their Baccaulaureate Mass with Bishop Kevin Rhoades on Thursday, May 26 at St. Matthew Cathedral at 7:00 p.m. and their Commencement on Friday, May 27 at the Morris Performing Arts Center at 7:00 p.m.  


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Theology on CAPP for Teens!

All teens are invited!
Monday, May 16 at 7:00 p.m.
Is true friendship under attack?
"True Friendship in our World:  
Sexuality vs. Intimacy"
by Fr. Chris Lapp
Snacks and Cappuccino for ALL Teens!
Knights of Columbus #1878 at 114 W. First Street in Mishawaka
Please click here to learn more.


Congrats Softball Regional Champs!

We are proud of our softball team who earned their place in the final game of the Semistate on Monday but lost to Kankakee Valley. They finished the 2016 season at 23-8!  Way to go, Knights!


Annual May Crowning

The Marian community celebrated the annual May Crowning at the all school Mass on May 12.  Seniors Catherine Martin and Jonah Davey were selected to crown the image of Mary after a procession of the leaders representing the different clubs at Marian.  Catherine and Jonah are both members of Marian's Campus Ministry dedicated to serving God and others.  


To All Marian Families and Friends! Advent Wreath

The Marian High School Faculty and Staff 
wish you and your family a blessed Advent season
as you prepare for the coming of Christ.

May your Christmas be blessed and love, peace, and joy
as you celebrate with family and friends!


Visit from The Bergamot! The Bergamot

Alumni Jillian Speece '06 and Nate Hoff '04 visited the classes of Ms. Pingel and Mrs. Gunty. They talked about The Bergamot concert on October 22 at Morris Performing Arts Center. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Memorial Children's Hospital.  They spoke to the students about having a vision, loving music, and completing their Unity Tour by performing in all 50 states. 


Marian Seniors Participate in CEO Program! St. Joe County CEO Participants from Class of 2017

The St. Joseph County CEO Program is designed for area seniors and covers the basics of conceptualizing, starting, and running a small business. The students meet daily from 7:30-9:00 a.m. at different area businesses. The program qualifies for two credits per semester. Marian's participants from the Class of 2017 are:  Michael Cataldo, Marielle Corbett, Adam Cseh, Jack Deputy, Anna Garatoni, Victoria Gomez, Annalise Hernandez, Madeleine McTigue, Emily Sharp, and Robert Sink.  


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Good News from the Science Department! Marian Logo

Research instructors Mr. Ken Andrzejewski and Dr. Doug Sisk are pleased to announce that Marian science research students have received $2276.79 in grants from the Indiana Academy of Science. This year nineteen students applied for grant money, and eleven were awarded full or partial requests. The awardees are: Sarah Burns, Sam Chippas, Kara Foldesi, Kate Henry, Julia Hunckler, Nathan Klockow, Alex Kokot, Tony Kramer, Alli Thornton, Chris Trippel, and James Twaddle.  Congratulations and best wishes as the research continues!


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December Calendar for Parents Christmas Wreath

Please click here to view the calendar of Marian events for December 2016.  


New Athletic Director and Associate

The entire community welcomes new Athletic Director Steve Ravotto and Associate Athletic Director Kyle Hanyzewski effective July 1, 2016.  They are ready to lead and to serve the Marian family and will be available as soon as the IHSAA Sports Moratorium (July 4-8) ends. 


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Tune in to Redeemer Radio 95.7 FM Redeemer Radio logo

Redeemer Radio's 95.7 FM Fall Sharathon is October 24-28 with the theme "Sharing His Mercy."  The Marian High School hour is from 4:00-5:00 p.m. on October 25.  Tune in and support the Marian's hour by calling in a pledge for the Catholic Radio station 95.7 FM.  Call 844-320-4296 or go online to RedemmerRadio.com/donate in order to make a donation so Redeemer Radio can continue its mission of serving the Catholic community in Michiana and Northeast Indiana.  


Important Information for Parents on ISTEP Testing

The administration of the Indiana Statewide Test for Educational Progress (ISTEP) has changed according to state laws.  Marian will be utilizing the different schedules outlined under "Read More" which will protect the academic time for instruction that will be taking place during the non-testing portion of the day. Please mark these dates on your calendar.  All students who will be testing will be notified in school prior to the administration of the exam. 


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Applause! Applause! Applause! You cant take it with you

Thank you to the cast and crew for a great show!
You Can't Take it with You 
by Moss Hart and George S. Kauffman 
Performances at 7:00 p.m. in Main Gym
Thursday, October 13, Friday, October 14, Saturday, October 15
Directed by Mrs. Victoria Malooley
Tickets are $7 for adults/$5 for students and seniors
Children 5 and under are FREE
Click here to preview of list of the characters and the crew...


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Marian Artists Selected for Summer Art Program

Congratulations to Hannah Toepp '18 and Ela Woronowicz '17 who were selected to participate in the Summer Apprentice Program at the Snite Museum of Art on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. Their completed artwork was part of an exhibition from June 26 - July 3 that featured the individual and collaborative works of eleven high school artists who participated in the June session of the program. The students spent two weeks exploring collage and mixed media under the direction of artist and educator Austin Brady. Katherine Helfrich '18 participated in the July session of this prestigious program.  Congratulations and best wishes to these three artists!


Outstanding Seniors for the Month of December! Victoria Vogel and Joe Cline

Victoria Vogel and Joe Cline were named Outstanding Seniors for the month of December based on their INTEGRITY, COURAGE, COMPASSION, and LEADERSHIP, as well as their academic success and varied co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Mrs.Victoria Malooley of the English Department introduced Victoria and Head Football Coach Reggie Glon presented Joe to the congregation gathered to celebrate the Immaculate Conception on December 8. Congratulations and best wishes to these two members of the Class of 2017!


Santa's Workshop! Mr and Mrs Claus plus elf

The Marian High School Art Club under the direction of Mrs. Kitty Gunty sponsored the 20th annual “Santa’s Workshop” for the guests at the Center for the Homeless on Wednesday, December 7 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.  The Art Club assembled 8 different craft tables for the residents to make Christmas decorations and gifts for their loved ones. Studentsstaff, and families volunteered to assist with this event and experienced the true spirit of Christmas!  Thank you to the guests of all ages at the Center who participated in this event and shared their hospitality and joy with the Marian family.    


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You Are Invited to Advent Prayer and Music! Christmas Wreath

Festival of Lessons and Carols Advent 2016
Sunday, December 11 at 4:00 p.m.
St. Bavo Church
511 West 7th Street in Mishawaka
Mr. Joe Higginbotham will lead the
choir which includes the Marian High School Liturgical Choir, the Antioch Youth Group, and the St. Bavo Liturgical Choir
Admission is free


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National Merit Scholars Named! National Merit Class of 2017


Principal Mark Kirzeder is honored to announce that Marian has five seniors who have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Kathryn Myers's scores on the PSAT/NMSQT placed her in the top 1% of the nation, and she was named a SemiFinalist. Kathryn is a graduate and parishioner of St. Pius X in Granger.  Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program are: Francesca Christian, Diego Delgado, Michael Deranek, and Alex Kokot.  Their scores on the PSAT/NMSQT place them in the top 3% of the nation! 


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Freshman Prayer Breakfast

The Campus Ministry Department under the leadership of Mrs. Lauren Meyers will be hosting the Freshmen Prayer Breakfast on Friday, September 16.  Each freshman is asked to bring a parent, grandparent, godparent, relative, or older sibling as his or her guest. The event will begin at 8:05 with Mass in the Bishop Crowley Activity Center (BCAC).  After the liturgy celebrated by Chaplain Father Christopher Lapp, everyone will enjoy breakfast pastries, as well as coffee and juice. The guest speaker will be Mr. Justin Bartkus who graduated from Marian in 2006. The event usually ends by 9:40 a.m. and the students are dismissed to go to their 3rd hour classes.


Annual Awards Night

Principal Mark Krizeder congratulated the Salutatorian of the Class of 2016 Katherine Rice and the three Valedictorians Erica Gerstbauer, Theresa Rice, and Christian Dennis after the Annual Awards Night presentation on May 11.  Katherine Rice is from St. Thomas the Apostle School and Parish.  Erica Gerstbauer is from Mishawaka Catholic School and St. Joseph Parish in Mishawaka, Theresa Rice is from St. Matthew Cathedral School and Parish, and Christian Dennis is from Mishawaka Catholic School and St. Monica Parish.  


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Congratulations Youth Leadership Graduates!

Graduates of the Youth Leadership program sponsored by the  St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce during the 2015-2016 academic year are: Dominic Krizman, Robert Sink, Gabriel Martinez, Kaylee DeBoe, Anna Garatoni, and Abigale Wood.  The program is designed to increase servant leadership, citizenship, sensitivity to diversity, personal responsibility, and lifelong learning. 


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You Are Invited to the Annual Open House! Marian Logo

Everyone is Invited to Meet the Marian Family!
Annual Open House for Prospective Students and their Families
Sunday, November 13 from 2:00-4:00 PM

Tour the building with a student ambassador
Preview the entire curriculum
Meet with administrators, teachers, and coaches
Talk to the students at work in the classrooms
View displays of the 30 clubs and organizations, as well as 25 sports
   Enjoy ice cream sundaes and cookies in the cafeteria

If you could not make it to Open House on Sunday, November 13, please call Mrs. Mary Kay Dance at 574.259.5257 or email mdance@marianhs.org to arrange a tour of Marian. 


Knights Service Day St Teresa of Calcutta

“The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it.”   -Saint Teresa of Calcutta Canonized September 4, 2016
Thank you to the 700 Marian students, plus the 90 teachers, staff members, and parents who graciously served at 50 different nonprofit agencies on Thursday, October 13 from 8:00-12:00 noon. Special thanks to the Development staff of Alicia Redinger, Colleen Ravotto, Tammy Wever, and Chris Grossnickle for the hard work and detailed organization that made this third annual Knights Service Day a great success.  We look forward to hearing more about the miracles experienced by the students on Service Day.  This will take place in Theology classes and at Grandparents Day on November 22.  


Congratulations Soccer State Champs! Soccer State Champs

The Marian boys soccer team captured the Class 1-A STATE TITLE for the second year in a row by defeating Providence 4-0 in the State Championship game at Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis on October 29.  Congratulations to Coach Ben Householter and his team!  Way to go, Knights!  Parents, friends, and community leaders are invited to an assembly to honor the State Champs on Friday, November 11, 2016 from 2:30-3:00 in Marian's Main Gymnasium.  


You Will Know Us by Our Deeds! Making Strides Against Cancer Walk

Thirty students in the Science Research classes under the direction of Mr. Ken Andrzejewski and Dr. Doug Sisk particpated in the three hour walk for "Making Strides against Breast Cancer" on Saturday, October 22.  The students raised a total of $3,901.95 in donations for cancer research which earned them the title of #1 out of the 113 teams who entered the Michiana walk.  


Fair Trade Sale! Fair Trade Pic in Lori Hamman's classroom

The Marian Senior Class is hosting a Fair Trade Sale which runs December 6-8. A cafe and store will be set up in the FACS Room #136.  Come in and enjoy food and drink while you purchase gifts for Christmas. See Mrs. Lori Hamann in Room #117 if you have specific questions.
Visit the Fair Trade Fair
December 6 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
December 7 during Homeroom from 8:45-9:30 a.m.
December 8 after school from 3:00-4:30 p.m.


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Theology on CAPP: The Bishop is Coming! Theology on CAPP

The next session of Theology on CAPP for Teens will be on Monday, December 19 at the K of C Hall in Mishawaka.  The guest speaker will be Bishop Kevin Rhoades.  All teens are welcome!  Click here or see Mr. Siguenza for more information. 


Knights in Need Golf Outing

Thank you to those who participated!
Friday, June 10, 2016
Blackthorn Golf Club
Registration: 11:30 a.m.
Lunch Provided
Shotgun Start: 1:00 p.m.
Florida Scramble Format Entry Fee: $125
Marian Young Alumni Entry Fee: $95
Includes green fees, cart, GPS, range balls, prizes and dinner
Dinner at Blackthorn Pavilion
Please click here to register or sponsor.
If you have any questions,contact Colleen Ravotto at cravotto@marianhs.org


Fine Arts Festival!

Celebrate the fabulous and varied creativity of the Marian students
Fine Arts Festival 2016 on Thursday, April 28
7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Auxiliary Gym of the BCAC
Every Visual Arts student will have their artwork on display
Includes Drawing, Painting, Printing, Ceramics, Sculpture, Photography and more
Seniors will have special exhibits
Musical and Dramatic Performances throughout the evening
Admission is free and everyone is welcome!
 


Summer Art Camps with Mrs. Kitty Gunty

Drawing-Painting-Printing-Weaving-Mask Making-3-D Building and More!

Click here to sign up for summer art camps with Mrs. Kitty Gunty. Sessions are scheduled for June 6-10 and June 13-17.  All meet in the art room at Marian.  Sessions are available for ages 6-8 and 9-12, as well as teens and adults.


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Award Winning Artwork on Display!

The following students representing Marian’s Scholastic Art Award winners met with South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg during a press conference in March 2016:  Alyssa Grzesiowski,  Josh Collins (pictured), Hannah Toepp, Kathryn Myers, Ela Woronowicz, MacKenzie Deguch, and Teresa Copenhaver. These students now have their award winning artwork on display for three months in the County City Building in downtown South Bend. This is the first time the Mayor has offered this opportunity and his reason is to support the arts saying, "Student art reflects our culture which is important in defining our history!"


Want to experience success in high school? Blue Knight

Get involved!  Join clubs to develop leadership, make new friends, and serve the community.  Click here to view a list of the 33 clubs and organizations that are available at Marian.  Some possibilities are Art Club, Bowling, Campus Ministry, Euchre Club, Fencing, Liturgical Choir, Mock Trial, Newspaper, Quiz Bowl, Vincentians, and more!


Students of the Month Named for October! Alyssa Chartrand and Armand Ahishakiye

After the All School Liturgy on October 20, the outstanding seniors for the month were announced to the student body. Miss Royal introduced Alyssa Chartrand and Mrs. Dlugosz introduced Armand Ahishakiye. Both students received tremendous applause as their character and integrity are well known and appreciated by the Marian community. 


Congratulations to Seniors for the Month of November! Meghan and Evan

After the All School Liturgy for All Saints Day on November 1, the outstanding seniors for the month were announced to the student body. Congratulations to Meghan Russell and Evan Kovatch. Both students have strong social and leadership skills, as well as a list of service activities and accomplishments that demonstrated their character and integrity.


Two More Football Players Sign!

Congratulations to Patrick J. Ernst who signed to play football for Ohio Northern University and Collin Linner who signed to play for Anderson University.  They completed the paperwork in front of their parents and teammates, as well as Head Coach Reggie Glon and Defensive Coach Michael Davidson on March 31, 2016.


Announcing 2016-2017 Dance Team Tryouts!

Preseason Practices for the Marian Dance Team Tryouts will be held on Wednesday, April 20, April 27, May 4, and May 11 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in the Auxiliary Gym of the Bishop Crowley Activity Center. These practices are for current Marian students and 8th Graders who are registered for classes for the fall of 2016-2017.  Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Dance Team will be on Tuesday, May 17 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 18 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., and Thursday May 19 at 6:00 p.m. There is a mandatory parent meeting for all those trying out for the Dance Team on Tuesday, May 17 at 7:30 p.m.


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Congratulations to Scholastic Art and Writing Award Winners!

Three Marian student writers earned awards in the prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in 2016.  Senior Meg Becker won a Gold Medal for her personal essay/memoir titled "My War with Words" and a Silver Key for her short story, "Average."  Junior Gabby Eshelman won a Silver Key for her science fiction/fantasy piece titled "Atlas" and senior Terrion Sims was awarded a Silver Key for his poem simply titled "Crow."   


September Alive

Click here to read the September issue of the Marian Alive. 


36 Student Researchers Earn 44 Awards at Regional Science Fair!

On Saturday, February 27, a total of 36 Marian student researchers won a grand total of 44 awards at the Northern Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair at the University of Notre Dame.  Four of these outstanding science students are advancing to the Hoosier Science and Engineering Fair to be held at IUPUI in Indianapolis on April 2:  Andrea Guzman, Julia Hunckler, Shivali Patel, and Alexis Thornburg


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Summer Computing and Robotics Camp!

It is NOT too late to register!  Marian High School and the University of Notre Dame Center for STEM Education are proud to sponsor the Notre Dame Computing and Robotics Experience for students entering Grades 7-9 in the fall of 2016. "Hands-on" and "Minds-on" Learning will take place Monday-Friday, June 13-24, from 9:00 a.m.until 12:00 noon in the Science Lab at Marian High School. ND CORE is aimed specifically at middle school students who want to work collaboratively, learn basic programming skills, and use the engineering design cycle to solve problems.  Click here to register.
Camp highlights:
-Engage in hands-on collaborative activities focused on the engineering design cycle
-Learn how to code in two different computer languages
-Work with the Finch Robot to navigate obstacles, sing songs, and play games
-Design and code your own robotic pet


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Applause! Applause! Applause!

Special THANKS to the Cast and Crew Bye Bye Birdie
They thoroughly captivated their audiences with their performances 
on Friday, April 22 at 9:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., 
on Saturday, April 23 at 7:00, and on Sunday, April 24 at 2:00 
Director:  Victoria Malooley
Musical Director:  Colleen Pingel
Technical Director:  Wes Butcher
Student Director and Stage Manager:  Aby Skibins
Choreographer:  Karen Pajor
Student Choreographer:  Rachel Thomas
Costume Designer:  Julie Kaser
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Student Leaders for 2016-2017 Blue Knight

Student Council Officers:
President: Tony Kramer
Vice President: Alex Dlugosz
Secretary/Treasurer:  Kenneth Klimek
Student Council Moderator:  Mr. Ryan Dainty


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Youth Leadership 2016 2017 Youth Leadership 2015 2016

Congratulations to the following students who were selected to be part of the St. Joseph County Youth Leadership Program for 2016-2017:  Emily Clark, Evelyn Cressy, Gabe Davey, Grace Dennis, Hannah Golichowski, Victor Gomez, Emilia James, and Nicholas Kloska.  From October through May, they will be attending workshops on Servant Leadership, Community History, Team Work, Collaboration, and Ethics, as well as working on a group service project.  We wish them success and look forward to their leadership.  Pictured are last year's Youth Leadership class at their commencement.   


Summer 2016 Sports Camps for All Ages!

Join the Marian Knights during summer 2016! Click here to see the complete list of Summer Camps and to print out the Registration Form. Forms are also available in the Main Office and the Athletic Office at Marian High School.  Please stop by between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. or call the Athletic Office at 574.259.5858 with questions.


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Attention Athletes Interested in Winter Sports

Marian Athletics will be hosting our Winter Sports Meeting on Wednesday, October 5 at 6 p.m. We will start with brief introductions in the Main Gym before parents and athletes are dismissed to meet with their coaches.These meetings are for ALL parents and student athletes who have an interest in playing a winter sport at Marian. If you have any questions or can't attend please contact the coach directly using the information provided or call the Athletic Office at (574) 259-5858. Go Knights!


 


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Month of October 2016 at a Glance Marian Logo

Click here to view or to print a copy of the Marian school calendar for October 2016. The Administration reserves the right to make necessary changes in the school calendar.  


Dance Team Competes at State!

Congratulations to the Marian Dance Team on two outstanding performances at the IHSDTA State Championship in Indianapolis on Saturday, March 12. The team placed 4th in Pom and 5th in Jazz!  Everyone is proud of all the Lady Knights' hard work and success this season!  


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Bishop Kevin Rhoades Meets Kevin Torres-Villa!

Click here to view Today's Catholic and read about Bishop Kevin Rhoades Annual Pastoral Visit to Marian High School on February 11, 2016, the feast of the school's patroness, Our Lady of Lourdes.  


PSAT Results for Frosh, Soph, and Jrs

Results from the 2015 PSAT/NMSQT given in October were passed out to students on January 28.  A short video explaining the results was played for the students.  Click here to view the video.

Khan Academy is a test prep program that can be linked to your students PSAT results for free!  This will provide a personalized study program for your student to prepare for upcoming SAT exams. For more information click here.

If you have any questions, please contact Testing Coordinator Mary Barnard in the School Counseling Office at mbarnard@marianhs.org or 574-258-7664.


Master Calendar for 2016 - 2017 Academic Year Marian Logo

Please click here to view the Master Calendar for the 2016-17 school year.  The administration reserves the right to make changes in this calendar if necessary.  This calendar was updated on October, 10, 2016.  


Marian Honored as Four Star School!

Congratulations to the Marian students, teachers, and staff for being named an Indiana Four Star School for 2014-2015.  This is the highest distinction established by the Indiana Department of Education for those schools who score in the top 25th percentile in the combined passing percentages on the End of Course Assessments (ECAs) in English/Language Arts and Mathematics, as well as the percent of students passing for all grades tested.  


Congratulations Science Talent Search Winners!

Marian High School is proud to announce that three students were selected to compete in the 2016 Indiana Science Talent Search:  Julia Hunckler, Sarah Stopczynski and James Twaddle.  These three Marian researchers were interviewed and presented their science projects on September 16-17 at Marian University in Indianapolis. Sarah Stopczynski and James Twaddle were named Finalists in the Talent Search and received white ribbons and certificates. Julia Hunckler was awarded 2nd Place and received a red ribbon, a certificate, and $600 scholarship for any college or university in Indiana.  Congratulations and best wishes to these three student researchers as they continue to present their projects at other competitions.  


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Marian Stars Provided Two Evenings of Entertainment!

Special thanks to the Marian Stars who performed in the Variety Show on Wednesday, March 9 and Thursday, March 10.  The show was directed by Mrs. Victoria Malooley. The entertaining emcees were Anthony Blum, Jonah Davey, Alex Dlugosz, Jess Hardig, and Rachel Thomas. The outstanding performers were the Marian Choir, Ema Goddard, Alex Dlugosz & Dillon Slagle, Ms. Niespodziany, Chris Chung, Morgan Guynn, MacKenzie Hester, Quentin Fletcher & Kong Sunatra, Mr. & Mrs. Haley, the Marian Drumline,  Camila Giraldo, Jordan Morris, P.J. Ernst & Nate Szajko, Hailey Davis, Dillon Slagle & Dr. Sisk and Tijera Robinson.  


Participate in Giving Tuesday! Red chair

We'd LOVE your support this #GivingTuesday!  Help us replace the folding chairs that have served us well for 52 years with chairs that are more comfortable, easier to store, and more aesthetically pleasing.  Please call 574.258.7675 to make a gift via phone or use the link provided: Click here to make a donation to Marian High School.  We greatly appreciate your generosity!  


50 Years of Marian Football!

The celebration of 50 years of Marian football took place on July 30, 2016.  There were over 300 people in attendance who had great memories and wonderful stories to share!  Special thanks to Reggie Glon and Michael Davidson for their leadership in organizing the event.  


PSAT on October 19 PSAT NMSQT

Marian High School will administer the PSAT/NMSQT on Wednesday, October 19 to students in grades 9-11.  Students will report at the normal time and will be dismissed around 12:00 noon.  Students should come prepared with two #2 pencils and an approved calculator.  Click here for more details on how to prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT and to get a list of the approved calculators.

Seniors will not be required to report to school on Wednesday, October 19 but are welcome to meet with the School Counselors in the library any time between 8:30 and 12:00 to work on the college application process. 


Award Winning Science Teacher
In January 2016, Mrs. Ann Rutherford of the Science Department received notification that she has won two awards from the University of Notre Dame's Center for Social Concerns:  The Andrea Smith Shappell Award for Stewardship and Sustainability and the Father Jim Foster Award for Social Responsibility through Science.  She will be honored at the Center for Social Concerns' Ganey Awards Dinner on April 11, 2016 and will receive a $500 stipend to spend on Science supplies for her classroom.  

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Fall Basketball Camp for 3rd and 4th Graders!

Click here to read about the upcoming Basketball Camp for 3rd and 4th Grade boys and girls on five consecutive Sundays beginning on September 25 from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. at Marian High School.  Coach Tyler Dendy will be working with 3rd and 4th Grade boys and girls to develop fundamentals and to have the opportunity to play basketball.


Summer Computer Elective!

Marian High School is offering a 1 credit elective course titled Digital Citizenship during the summer of 2016. This is an overview course designed to provide the student with instruction in word processing, spreadsheets, presentation, and database creation. The class will meet from 9:00-11:30 for three weeks beginning Monday, June 6 and ending Friday, June 24.  Contact Mr. Rob Carrasco at rcarrasco@marianhs.org for more information.  Click here to register.