An enduring tradition: guiding young women spiritually, challenging them academically, and inspiring them to a life of leadership and service.


Strong women of mind and heart.

Where do your strengths lie? Whatever your academic and extracurricular interests, at Marian, you will explore and discover new strengths. Marian students are encouraged and supported by faculty, staff and each other. They find confidence in their abilities, feel empowered to challenge themselves and grow in their faith. They learn to lead from within.

Come find your strengths at Marian!

A Day in the Life of a Marian Student


Marian helps create strong women of mind and heart. As one of the best private and faith-based schools in southeastern Michigan, Marian High School helps students become women who lead from within. More than just a high school, Marian is a community that helps young women develop a strong core of wisdom, character, and service that will guide them throughout their lives. 


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  • Marian Honors Margaret and Ed Kronk

    Margaret and Ed Kronk, residents of Beverly Hills, were honored for their volunteer service to Marian at the school’s Celebration of Thanks. This event is an annual reception honoring individuals and groups who have given tremendous amounts of time, talent, and treasure to Marian during the year. This spring, the Board of Directors and Sr. Lenore Pochelski, IHM, Head of School, honored Margaret and Ed Kronk, alumna parents who have been active volunteers at Marian for nearly 30 years. 
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  • Marian Congratulates the Class of 2019!

    Diplomas were bestowed on 118 seniors at Marian High School’s 57th annual commencement exercises at St. Hugo of the Hills Church, Bloomfield Hills. Valedictorian of the Marian Class of 2019 is Claire Fanning (Bloomfield Hills) and salutatorian is Julia Barto (Bloomfield Hills).
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118 Reasons to Attend Marian


Marian High School, founded in 1959, has dedicated itself to providing an exemplary Catholic college preparatory program for young women.  Accredited by the AdvancED Coommission on Accreditation and School Improvement, the academic program offers many opportunities for academic and intellectual growth by providing college preparatory classes, honors classes, and Advanced Placement courses.  Leadership and community service experiences are embedded in the life of the school. 


Become a stronger team player. Why does Marian win so many state championships? It’s teamwork. Championship teams are built by working together. Marian athletes are not just stars in Michigan sports, they win in life, learning commitment, accountability, and faith in the journey. 

Athletic News

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  • Marian Seniors Sophia Schott and Kailyn Swantek signed national letters of intent to play their sports in college next fall.

    Marian Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

    Two Marian High School seniors recently made college commitments. Sophia Schott and Kailyn Swantek signed national letters of intent to swim in college. Sophia signed with Northwestern University, and Kailyn signed with the University of Pittsburgh. 
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Campus Ministry

Become stronger in faith. Marian is a Catholic school that welcomes students of all faiths. Campus Ministry offers experiences that support students in their spiritual growth and engages them in leadership and service both in the school and around the Metro Detroit area.

Student Life

Become a stronger leader.  All-girls’ schools provide more opportunities to lead. At Marian, every student can customize a mix of co-curricular activities so she can find her strength and let it shine. Whether it’s student government, the arts, community service, or something else, Marian provides leadership opportunities for all.

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  • Marian artists Rachel Fisher, Zoe Ryder, and Katie Balardo were top award winners in a juried student art exhibit sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Monroe, MI.  The IHM Sisters sponsor Marian and other Catholic schools in the Detroit area.

    Marian Artists win Awards at Exhibit

    Three Marian High School art students won top awards at the “Care for our Common Home” juried student art exhibit, sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The exhibition, held in conjunction with Earth Week, follows the environmental theme of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si.  The art exhibit runs at the IHM Motherhouse in Monroe, MI through May 22.
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Welcome back!
Perhaps you can’t be 17 again. But you can feel like it. When you reconnect with Marian, with old classmates and current students, you’ll be surprised how young it will make you feel. Whether your hair was a bouffant, teased, permed, long or in a sloppy bun… Whether you listened to folk rock, hard rock, alternative, R&B, rap or grunge…Whether you wore your plaid skirt long or rolled it short… Styles come and go, but the heart of Marian is still the same. And if you have a little place in your heart for Marian, for the girl you used to be, and how it shaped you in part to be the woman you are now, we invite you to come back. Get involved. Volunteer your time. Share your wisdom. And give what you can to ensure Marian will be strong for generations to come.


Our alumnae, parents, faculty/staff, and friends are critical to the success of our giving programs.  As we shape the future of Marian High School, we ask that you continue to invest in Catholic education for our young women.

Marian High School

7225 Lahser Road Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
PHONE: (248) 644-1750
Marian High School, an IHM sponsored school, is fully accredited by NCA CASI, an accrediting division of AdvancED.

Marian is a Catholic college preparatory school for young women, sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

The mission of Marian is to ensure, within a Christian environment, an excellent education built on a strong academic curriculum, which will enable young women to value human diversity and live responsible lives of leadership and action based on gospel values.

An enduring tradition: guiding young women spiritually, challenging them academically, and inspiring them to a life of leadership and service.