Thanksgiving Prayer Service

Archive for November, 2016

Thanksgiving Prayer Service

This past Tuesday, the Marian community came together to celebrate what each of us is thankful for. We smiled and laughed together as a video of a kid President sharing his list of thanks danced on the projector screen. The class presidents shared what they were grateful for, such as friends, family, and opportunities. We… Read more


Christmas Care Bags

The students at Marian just completed the Thanksgiving Food Drive and are now beginning the Christmas Care Bag drive for the residents at Bethany Healthcare Center. Please refer to the flyer for the explanation of the purpose of this drive and the items that are needed to fill these bags.


Powder Puff Game 2016

Last Tuesday afternoon, the junior and senior girls met at Framingham State’s field for the annual powderpuff game. The game lasted an hour, and it was very cold. While it was a close game, the juniors beat the seniors 1-0. At the end of the day, we all did our best and had a great time…. Read more


Reflective Words from Marian’s Dean of Students

I was the tutoring center coordinator for Hopkinton High School when I decided to apply for the open English positon at Marian High School. I got the job in the fall of 2010 and have been here ever since. This first year as Dean of Students has been quite a transition but a transition that… Read more


Thanksgiving Food Drive

The Marian Community has been working feverishly collecting food for the St. Bridget Food Pantry. We have collected fruit, vegetables, gravy, stuffing, potatoes, cranberry sauce, rolls and pies and “turkey dollars” – a dollar from every student to purchase Market Basket gift cards so that turkeys can be purchased. Every year, the students and faculty/staff… Read more


Freshman Retreat Brings Class Closer Together

What comes to mind when you think of hula hoops, Bertucci’s rolls, and Mr. Raymond? The freshman retreat of course! On Wednesday November 16th, the freshmen went on their class retreat at St. Julia’s Parish. They worked together as a group on forming community. By working together, they became closer, and were able to develop… Read more


Marian Ranks Among Top Private High Schools In Massachusetts

Marian is proud to be one of the TOP 100 Private High Schools in Massachusetts according to Niche.com! Earning an A for top College Acceptances and an A for culture and diversity! Well done Mustangs! Niche.com is a website designed to help families find their neighborhood, college, or school. The rankings are “based on rigorous analysis of… Read more


Annual Blood Drive at Marian

An emergency occurs every 8 minutes in the US and American Red Cross aids responders and relief workers across the country to save lives. The Red Cross delivers blood 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Every year, Marian provides students with an opportunity to donate blood. The gymnasium temporarily turns into donation stations and… Read more


Junior Retreat: Cradles to Crayons

This year, the Junior class tried something different for their retreat: A day of service at Cradles to Crayons. The decision to do a service retreat was so that the Juniors could not only come together as a class but get the chance to help our community as well. What is Cradles to Crayons? It’s… Read more


Prospective students flocked to Marian High on Saturday to take the 3 hour required entrance exam: The High School Placement Test (HSPT)! Many students also attended the Marian HSPT Prep Course in October to help prepare for the exam, taught by Marian faculty. We wish all of our test takers luck! The next exam date… Read more