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COVID-19 won't stop us from sharing Marian with you!
Marian offers a number of exciting opportunities to get to know our school throughout each year. Please visit this page often for updates regarding event details and attendance policies, given COVID-19 mitigation restrictions in effect at the time. Most events are open to the public, some by invitation only, according to grade and application status. We hope you'll "join" us as often as possible and begin to feel right at home in the Marian community! Please find a complete calendar of events below.

ONLINE ALGEBRA SUPPLEMENT FOR 8TH GRADERS
We invite you consider participating in our Online Algebra Supplement for current 8th graders, during the second semester of their 8th grade year. Click below for details and registration information:

Admission Events

List of 11 events.

  • Aug
    24

    Virtual Shadow Visit - Fall 2020

    We know that choosing the right high school is a momentous decision, that is why we encourage eighth grade girls to become a Mustang for the day! Although current restrictions in place as part of COVID-19 mitigation plans prevent us from hosting traditional on-campus visits, we hope to offer 8th grade students an interactive opportunity to observe classes soon. Until then, please check out our Virtual Shadow Day. Be sure to click on all of the gray dots for panoramas, videos, resources and more!
  • Sep
    1

    8th Grade Family Tours - Fall 2020

    Prospective students in the 8th grade and their families are invited for personal tours of Marian's campus, after school hours. Please plan to be on campus from 2:45 - 3:30 PM for a tour and Q&A session. Tours will be limited to one family per session, and all who participate must wear a mask. We appreciate your cooperation! Please select your session by completing the "Inquire/Schedule a Tour" form.
  • Sep
    22

    Fall Information Night Zoom

    Marian's Fall Information Night will be held via Zoom this year. This presentation will include our most comprehensive overview of Marian's faith, academic and co-curricular offerings! This event is open to the public and families of female students of all ages are invited to attend, from the comfort of their own home! View the recorded presentation here.
    MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL- Auditorium
  • Oct
    1

    Archdiocese of Detroit Regional High School Information Nights in October

    Marian traditionally hosts tables at several regional High School Information Nights sponsored by the Archdiocese of Detroit throughout the fall. This year, information nights will be hosted virtually on Monday, October 5 at 7:30 PM and Monday, October 12 at 6:30 PM (Register here).
  • Nov
    8

    Fall Open House (virtual)

    Marian's Fall Open House will be held virtually and will include a student-led tour and opportunities to interact with faculty, staff and students. View the recorded presentation here.
    MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL- entire campus
  • Dec
    3

    Class of 2025 Admission Application Deadline

    In order to receive an admission decision letter on the Archdiocese of Detroit's official decision letter mail date (fourth Friday in January), students must complete the Marian application process by Thursday, December 3. Admission applications are submitted electronically and supporting documents may be emailed, mailed or dropped off in the Front Office until 4 PM.
    MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL- Front Office
  • Jan
    22

    Class of 2025 Acceptance and Welcome Party

    Applicants to the Class of 2025 will be notified of admission decisions via emails to parents on the afternoon of Friday, January 22! Those who are accepted will be invited to visit Marian from 4-5 PM to pick up their acceptance packages and to be welcomed to Marian! This event is by invitation only to accepted students.
  • Mar
    2

    Class of 2025 Registration

    Registration is by invitation only. Invitations will be extended to all students who have submitted registration deposits. Families will be invited to choose from a variety of afternoon and evening course selections appointments. Appointments will be held individually via Zoom with a Marian registrar.
    MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL- entire campus
  • Mar
    23

    Spring Information Night

    Marian's Spring Information Night will be held via Zoom this year. This presentation will include our most comprehensive overview of Marian's faith, academic and co-curricular offerings! This event is open to the public and families of female students of all ages are invited to attend, from the comfort of their own home! Register for the event here.
  • Apr
    27

    New Parent Orientation

    This event is for parents only, and by invitation only. Invitations will be extended to all parents of incoming freshman and transfer students registered as of the date of the event.

    We encourage all parents to attend this important informational meeting, even if they have another daughter who has attended Marian previously.
    MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL- Auditorium
  • May
    5

    Class of 2025 Freshman Friend-zy

    This event is for students only, and by invitation only. Invitations will be extended to all students who have registered for the Class of 2025 as of the date of the event. Students will have the opportunity to meet and get to know their future classmates, as well as other Marian students in a casual, fun setting. Attendance is highly recommended. Students who wish to attend should be sure to apply and register on time in order to guarantee attendance at this event!
    MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL- Marian Commons
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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.