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Class of 2021 NOW IS THE TIME TO BECOME A KNIGHT! 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 complete online and then print a paper copy. Enrollment applications are due in the Admissions Office as soon as possible!  Members of the Class of 2021 are meeting with the School Counselors NOW to choose their classes!  Please contact Mary Kay Dance at mdance@marianhs.org or 259-5257 if you have any questions.  


You Are Invited to the Spring Musical! Drowsy Chaperone

The Drowsy Chaperone
A Musical within a Comedy
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.  The show is directed by Mrs. Victoria Malooley and the Musical Director is Mrs. Colleen Pingel.  Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors 65 and older, and FREE for children five and under. 
A special matinee is being presented on Friday, April 28 from 9:30-11:00 a.m. for the 6th and 7th Graders at the partner schools.


Summer 2017 Sports Camps for All Ages! Blue Knight

It is great time to be a Knight in the summer of 2017! 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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Register for Summer Science Camp!  Frog Dissection Image

Marian High School and the University of Notre Dame Center for STEM Education are proud to sponsor the Notre Dame Science and Engineering Experience for students entering Grades 6-8 in the fall of 2017. "Hands-on" and "Minds-on" Learning will take place Monday-Friday, June 20-30, from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon in the Science Lab at Marian High School. The emphasis will be in the area of anatomy and physiology. ND CORE is aimed specifically at middle school students who want to work collaboratively to explore scientific questions and solve engineering problems.  Click here to register.


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Keep Eric's Promise Eric Henry Poster

Eric Henry heard the cry of the poor and promised to be more giving. We invite you to help fulfill Eric’s promise through generous donations to St. Vincent De Paul during the Lenten season.  On Ash Wednesday in 2002, Marian High School Senior Eric Henry made a promise to “try to be more giving.”  So that evening, he put together several bags to donate to the Saint Vincent De Paul Society. Before he had the opportunity to deliver his gifts, however, Eric died in an automobile accident.  Thanks to many of his friends and classmates, however, Eric’s Promise lives on in the entire South Bend-Mishawaka community.  During Lent 2017, please take the time to declutter your space and donate the items at Marian in memory of Eric Henry.


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Author Presents to Students in Library Session with Mr. Greci

Paul Greci, a 1982 Marian graduate, will visit his alma mater again on March 13, 2017.  He will speak to the freshmen and some sophomores about his 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 will conduct two discussion sessions with the students and they will be able to ask questions about the book and the writing profession. Special thanks to Mr. Bob VanGoey and Mrs. Cheryl Madison for arranging the visit.


Science Olympiad Team Victorious! Science Olympiad Pic from Doug

On Saturday, February 25, the Marian Science Olympiad team traveled to St. Joseph's College in Rensselaer to compete in the Regional.  The Marian High School team members medalled (placed in the top 5!) in 21 out of the 25 events, bringing home 43 individual medals and the 2nd Place team trophy.  The team will advance to State competition in Bloomington on March 18.


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Results of the Regional Science Fair Science Fair Winners

Marian student-researchers were highly successful at the Northern Indiana Regional Science Fair at the University of Notre Dame on Saturday, March 4. Nine out of the ten winners that advance to the State Science Fair were from Marian High School.  Nine is the largest number of state winners Marian has ever had.  Those advancing to State are: Julia Hunckler, James Twaddle, Christopher Trippel, Alex Kokot, Kelly Skwarcan, Emma Kearns, Taylor Kovacs, Dennis Mammolenti and the team of Tony Kramer and Sam Chippas.  The students will compete on April 1 for a chance to advance to international competition in Los Angeles in May.


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March 2017 Calendar for Parents Marian Logo

Click here to view the March 2017 calendar of events. This calendar is subject to change.  Please consult the calendar on the opening page of the website as it is updated daily.  


Congratulations to the Scholastic Art Award Winners! Warner  Gallery

The Fine Arts Department is pleased to announced that Marian students have won a record number of awards in the prestigious Scholastic Art Competition of 2016-2017.  Forty-four of the students of Mrs. Kitty Gunty and Mrs. Gina Bonewitz won a total of 65 awards including 12 Gold Keys, 19 Silver Keys, and 34 Honorable Mentions. All of these outstanding artists will be honored at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 5 in the Bendix Theatre at Century Center in South Bend.  All of the artwork will be on display at the Warner Gallery at Century Center in February.  The Gold Key artwork will be competing at the national level and those students will travel to New York for the national awards ceremony.  Click here to view or print a list of all of the award winners!


Signings Signings Feb 1 2017

Signings on February 1, 2017 at Marian High School
Congratulations:
Brooke Stoltz: Softball at Reinhardt University (Georgia)
Michael Dennison: Football at University of Indianapolis
Conner Glon: Football at Manchester University
Alexander Horvath: Football at Indiana University Bloomington
Deontre Nyengo: Football at Wayne State University (Michigan)
Bryce Tomasi: Football at Northwood University (Michigan)
Jack Tiller: Football at University of Indianapolis


Congratulations ISSMA Participants! Music Notes

Congratulations to all of the Music students who competed in the ISSMA Solo and Ensemble Contest. Every Marian student earned a medal and Marian brought home a total of four Gold Medals and one Silver Medal! Congratulations to Alex Dlugosz, Mackenzie Hester, Emily Pingel, Lizzie Klimek and Alexa Snyder on their outstanding performances!  Alex Dlugosz and Mackenzie Hester traveled to Indianapolis and won Gold Medals in the state solo competition!  Way to go, Knights!


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!  See Mrs. Kathy Cook in the School Counseling Department if you have questions.


What's for Lunch? School Lunch

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


Joy of Teaching Awardees Joy of Teaching

Mr. Mark Kirzeder presented the “Bishop D’Arcy Joy of Teaching” Grant to Mrs. Cheryl Madison and Ms. Micah Niespodizany of the English Department.  This award was created from Marian's Teacher Endowment to reward the school's dedicated teachers.  This year the grant will enable these two English teachers to take an educational tour to Athens, Delphi, and Mesopotamos, Greece to explore ancient mythology, art, and architecture. This year’s winners wrote: “Assuredly, we would have a fruitful experience should our application be chosen.  It would be impossible, given our teaching style, not to spread that joy of learning to our students. The spirit of the Joy Teaching Grant would thus be fully realized for hundreds of Marian students for many years to come!"

 

 


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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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!  


Theology on CAPP for Teens! Theology on Capp

All teens are invited!
Monday, May 20 at 7:00 p.m.
Is Blessed Virgin Mary Appearing in Medjugorje?
by Fr. Drew Curry
Snacks and Cappuccino for ALL Teens!
Knights of Columbus #1878 at 114 W. First Street in Mishawaka
Please click here to learn more.


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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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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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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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!


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!


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.


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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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.  


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.   


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.  


Marian Receives a Grade of "A" for Average Yearly Progress in 2014-2015!
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. Click here to view Marian's 2014-2015 Report Card!   

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