Student Life

Student life at Marian High School is a unique and rewarding experience. While the emphasis at Marian is on academics, all students are strongly encouraged to include athletic, fine arts, social and community service activities in their student experience. These activities provide opportunities to deepen their faith, as well as develop their individual talents and interests, leadership potential and social skills. They provide students with venues to develop as an individual, to form friendships and to have fun.

We want to assure every student at Marian is safe and secure. We at Marian check the background of Employees, Vendors, Volunteers (Including Host Parents..)


The Book Club meets in the library and gives students the opportunity to read and discuss works by authors of noted best sellers


The Chess Club affords interested students the opportunity to think critically as well as sharpen their broad strategies


Christian Outreach is primarily responsible for the monthly visits to Pine St. Inn in Boston. Additionally, this group has facilitated peer retreats to local parishes. Funds that have been raised have been used to support a group attending the March for Life in Washington, DC each January. Additionally, this group sponsors speakers for individual classes and all school assemblies. Christian Outreach works with Campus Ministry and Key Club and meets bi-weekly.


The International Thespian Society which honors and recognizes those qualified students who have a special interest in theater and theater production. At the annual induction ceremony, they take an oath to be faithful to the cause and to promote secondary school theater education. Their purpose is to produce plays at Marian which meet the standards and qualities of good theater.


Key Club is a high school volunteer group associated and supported by Kiwanis International. The goal is to enable students to serve their communities locally and globally. Key Club is especially advantageous to Marian because of the requirement for all students to perform service each year.

Key Club members meet bi-weekly and attend regional conferences that provide ideas and support our volunteer efforts. Key Club members have participated in after school programs for local children, painted the Boys and Girls Club and spent a week in the North Bronx working with the homeless population.


Students will discover the many different theories and concepts of math, ranging from general math to calculus. They will compete in various competitions sponsored by the Massachusetts Mathematics League.


The Mock Trial Team is organized into roles of student-lawyers and witnesses. The student-lawyers deliver an opening statement, conduct direct and cross-examination of three witnesses and deliver a closing argument. The team must prepare and present both sides of the case, taking turns prosecuting and defending at least once each. The trails are conducted in actual courtrooms.


The multi-cultural club is a group of students from diverse cultural backgrounds who meet to coordinate and plan events which will broaden student awareness of the many contributions of our multicultural friends, peers and neighbors.


The Nature Club will increase student awareness about conservation and preservation year-round. Students will visit local sanctuaries where they will observe plant life, birds, animals, ecosystems and weather.


Students in this club will work with the World Language teachers to plan museum and restaurant visits, as well as special trips to areas of the world where a language is offered as part of the Marian curriculum.