List of 20 news stories.

  • Marian Celebrates Black History Month

    Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. During the last week of February, Marian's Diversity Matters Club dedicated Tuesday’s Morning Prayer to the lives and contributions of all African Americans. On Wednesday, a club member highlighted the life of Langston Hughes and recited his poem “Dream Variations” during announcements, and in homeroom a survey on Race Relations was disseminated to the student body.
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  • Congratulations to the Marian Forensics Team

    On February 27, the Marian Forensics Team competed in the Detroit Catholic Forensic League’s fourth ‘virtual’ tournament of the season.
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  • Marian High School Mourns Loss of Beloved Athletic Director

    David Feldman, husband, father, brother, athletic director, coach and friend lost his battle with Covid-19 on January 14, 2021. He will be remembered at Marian for his love of God and his family, his quick wit, and his care for and continuous encouragement to the Marian athletes to “Be awesome”.
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  • Marian Senior Signs National Letter of Intent

    Marian High School senior Maria Askounis recently signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Carnegie Mellon University this fall.

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  • Marian Seniors Receive Awards for Photography

    Congratulations to Seniors Lily Gabos (daughter of Mari and Michael Gabos of Bloomfield Hills) and Tayla Jankowski (daughter of Krisan and Daniel Jankowski of Royal Oak) on receiving awards for their photography in the annual Southeast Michigan Scholastic Art & Writing competition. Lily won a Silver Key for her photo submission entitled “Hello Spring” and Tayla won two Silver Keys and an Honorable mention for her works entitled “Dark Serenity”, “Our Future?”, and “Old Fortune”. Their artwork will be shown in a virtual gallery in March.
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  • Marian Senior Named DAR Good Citizen

    Marian Senior Tayla Jankowski was chosen as the Marian Good Citizen for 2021 and was recognized at a virtual event, The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen Award Ceremony.  Tayla is the daughter of Krisan and Daniel Jankowski of Royal Oak.
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  • Advent Outreach 2020

    Marian’s Project Care once again held a school-wide drive to assist specific agencies that care for the needs of others, including Nativity of Our Lord Church, Most Holy Redeemer Grade School, Angels’ Place and St. Christine’s Food Pantry. Despite the distance learning format that was in place at the time, parents and students took part in the drive by dropping off dozens of items at the Front Office to place under the Advent themed Christmas trees.
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  • Introducing Marian Meet-Ups!

    The social and emotional health of our students is of utmost importance, especially during the days when Marian is in a distance learning format.  Since we know that peer to peer interaction is a key component to the high school experience, and to the social and emotional health of our students, we developed Marian Meet-Ups!  Marian Meet-Ups, the first of which took place on December 7, allowed us to foster peer to peer interaction while still abiding by all mandates and restrictions in place. 
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  • Marian Board of Directors Recognizes Faculty and Staff

    As a thank you to Marian’s Faculty and Staff for their extraordinary efforts during such unprecedented times, the Board of Directors put their heads together and came up with a few creative ways to express their gratitude. 
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  • Marian Christmas Concert-Merry & Bright

    Marian’s Fine and Performing Arts Department presented the 2020 Christmas Concert on December 11. The Marian Rice Concert Choir, the Marian Melodies, and Marian’s Music Technology students compiled Christmas-themed pieces that they shared with the Community via Zoom.  All who joined were treated to a festive celebration of the Christmas season!
    A recording of the live stream is available HERE for you to enjoy!
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  • Marian Coffeehouse Concert-Social Distance-Sing

    The Marian Vocal Arts Department presented their annual Coffeehouse Concert virtually on October 16.  Titled Social Distance-Sing, viewers enjoyed performances from the Marian Melodies, Marian Rice Concert Choir, Soloists, and a few original compositions from our Music Technology class.
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  • Marian Hosts First Ever Virtual Fall Open House

    This past November, Marian held our first ever Virtual Fall Open House!  The morning started with the delivery of 253 spirit wear bags to prospective students’ homes. The bags included a branded Mustang cookie, a Marian pennant and, depending on the student’s age, either an original Marian t-shirt (designed by our social media/event coordinator and senior students) or a snow hat, all packaged together in a “Marian Strong” bag.  Each bag was personally labeled with the student’s name and future graduation year. The Admission Office mapped out 30 routes for current Marian mom/daughter pairs, who delivered the bags to each recipient that morning. The deliveries spanned all of metro Detroit, from Ann Arbor and Howell to St. Clair Shores.
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  • Marian Memorial Liturgy 2020

    On Monday, November 30, Marian livestreamed its Annual Memorial Liturgy. The Memorial Liturgy is a special mass we host each year to prayerfully remember the deceased members of our community who have gone before us. Through a powerful litany sung by Marian students, we individually honor the memory of our family and friends who have died over the past year.  We invite you to watch the recording of this beautiful, moving liturgy by clicking HERE or go to
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  • Marian Rice Players Fall Play-This is Our Story

    This fall, the Marian Rice Players (MRP) took on a new challenge for new times and wrote their own original, full length play titled This Is Our Story. Inspired by their own lives and experiences, the story followed groups of students and teachers through their first few months of this school year, dealing with all of the normal high school pitfalls and the new experiences in a time of COVID. Through monologues interspersed throughout the show, viewers had a chance to see who these people are underneath the stereotypes that they show the outside world: why a young woman is anti-social in class; why a teacher is hard on his students; and how a passion for community service drives the goof-off jock in his spare time. MRP offered this unique, livestreamed performance on a donation only basis.
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  • Marian Senior Earns Recognition from Motown Museum

    Congratulations to Senior Zoë Prochko, who placed third in Motown Museum’s AMPLIFY: The Sound of Detroit Singing Competition! Taped at Motown Museum, an acclaimed panel of industry judges, including B Howard, Beth Griffith-Manley, Peter Shin, and Toya Hankins, selected a winner from a hand-picked pool of finalists.
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  • Marian's Fall Art Show

    Like so many other Marian activities, the Fall Art Show went virtual too! Instead of perusing the first semester products of our students' artistic talent in the Front Foyer of the school, please click HERE to view the drawings, paintings, pottery, sculptures, and generally amazing works of art that our students have produced over the past several months. Enjoy our talented Marian artists!
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  • Two Marian Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

    Two Marian High School seniors recently signed national letters of intent to play their sports in college next year. Shannon Kennedy will play on Michigan State University’s (MSU) golf team and Olivia DeConinck will play soccer for Bucknell University.
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  • Marian Announces National Merit Honorees

    Marian High School seniors, Sara Foret '21 and Erin Hannigan '21, have been named Commended Students in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program based on their scores on the 2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Test (PSAT/NMSQT). Sara and Erin are part of the 34,000 commended students throughout the nation who are recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Some of these students become candidates for Special Scholarships sponsored by corporations and businesses. Commended Honorees placed among the top 50,000 scorers of the more than 1.5 million students that entered the competition. 
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  • Pictured (from left) are ASB representative Senior Sydney Collins, Lenore Pochelski, IHM, and ASB Co-president, Senior Gabi Saba, presenting Sr. Lenore a bouquet of flowers in honor of Founders’ Day.

    Marian Celebrates IHM Founders’ Day

    Marian celebrated Founders’ Day for the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Congregation, Tuesday, November 10.

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  • Marian Senior Named Miss Golf

    Marian High School Senior Shannon Kennedy was named Miss Golf 2020 by the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association. Shannon is the daughter of Lyn Kennedy of Birmingham and Ted Kennedy of Beverly Hills. This award is given to the top golfer in the State of Michigan. She is the first Miss Golf from Marian and was recognized at a ceremony on November 4 where she received a trophy that will be on display at Marian for the next year.
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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.