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A Message from the Principal
Dear Parents and Prospective Students:
Thank you for considering Marian High School, where our program enables students to think critically, develop an intellectual curiosity and hold learning in high esteem. At Marian, we create and promote a positive environment in which the individual is respected, held accountable and encouraged to be compassionate. The Marian community helps students gain a knowledge and awareness of the social teachings of the Church through Gospel values, providing opportunities for service and leadership. For these reasons, I believe the opportunities provided by a Marian education distinguishes our school from other high school options.
Marian students enjoy the special attention of our dedicated faculty & staff and form life-long friendships with young men and women from a global geographic area and a variety of backgrounds. Here at Marian we will shape your future and educate you to become a leader, first within our strong, vibrant community and then in a global community where your Marian values and connections will always be by your side.
Rooted in the tradition of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, with an orientation towards excellence
tempered by gentleness, peace, and joy, Marian’s reputation for excellence and prominent alumni/ae work together to shape the future and educate leaders.
If you are looking for a challenging academic environment, an opportunity to develop your gifts and potential as well as a small caring community, then Marian High School may be for you. I invite you to call or email Ms. Kelly Johnston, Director of Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org, (508) 875-7646 x203 to schedule a visit. In addition, explore our website and apply online to Marian High School.
I look forward to meeting you soon.
Mr. John J. Ermilio