Open House at Marian

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Open House at Marian

It’s that time of year again! The time of year where eager and excited 8th graders visit high schools trying to get as much information as they can about the application process, the entrance exam and the school’s mission and culture. Prospective students and their families flock to open houses to catch a glimpse of what’s to… Read more

Spirit Week at Marian

When “Who’s your twin?” can be answered with a list of 5 names, you know it can only mean one thing: Twin Tuesday. Sure, twin implies two, maybe even identical, but that’s just one interpretation. Walking through the halls on the first day of this year’s Spirit Week you might think you’re seeing double, triple,… Read more

7 Reasons to Thank Your Small Catholic High School

  Bonds that could never be broken By, Carolyn Sistrand, ’16 1. Everyone knows you This could be a good and a bad thing at times. Knowing everyone brings the whole “one community” or “Family” aspect to the environment catholic high schools always preach to have. It is nice to know the faces you see everyday… Read more

Service After Marian

Amy Baril Julian ’03 returned to Marian on Thursday, October 13th to speak to all the Theology classes about “Service After Marian”. Amy and her husband, David, have been on three Mission Trips to Haiti and are now Missionary Associated with “Sustain Hope”. The Julian Family (Amy, David, Ben-5 and Daniel-3) were slated to serve… Read more

Fall Sports Head into the Halfway Point

Hello Marian Mustangs!  I hope that everyone is now into the swing of things since we are now in October.  Fall sports here at Marian are at the halfway point and the teams are all making great progress.  A lot of great competition still to be had and I hope that you can make a… Read more

Being an International Student at Marian

During my Freshman orientation, I stood among the crowd out in the parking lot and not surprisingly found out that the only person I knew there was myself. I looked at the unfamiliar faces which would later become familiar; I uttered the clumsy phrases that I knew from the book but never truly utilized; I… Read more

What It’s Like to Transfer to Marian

Hey! My name is Valerie Foley, I’m a transfer at Marian this year as a sophomore. I came into Marian thinking that I would really only focus on school this year, and nothing else. But now, I don’t think I’ve ever loved a school so much- and it only just started! This is my third… Read more

Coach Profile: Boston City’s Jean Carreiro Named Boys Soccer Head Coach

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Thursday, August 25, 2016 – BOSTON, MA – Current Boston City FC player Jean Carreiro will now help develop a new generation of young Massachusetts soccer players having been named head coach of the Marian High School (Framingham, MA) boys soccer program. Everett-born Carreiro played in ten matches for Boston City during the club’s run to the National Premier… Read more

Class of ‘61 Alumni Tour

Most students don’t like the idea of giving up part of their weekend to come into school. I used to be one of them, until I started volunteering to be a tour guide at the Marian reunions. Listening to the stories of those who came before us is not only intriguing, but it puts a… Read more

Speak: Marian Takes on Tough Topics

Each year, the Marian Theology department chooses a book for the entire school (freshman to seniors) to read over the summer.  Traditionally, these book have topics that deal with serious moral and ethical issues.  This year’s selection, Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson, was no exception. The novel, which focuses on a high school student who… Read more