List of 15 news stories.

  • Marian Celebrates STEM Week

    Each year, Marian High School celebrates STEM Week with special projects or activities in science and math classes, in addition to hosting a STEM Career Night for Marian students and junior high school students.
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  • Marian Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

    Four Marian senior athletes made college commitments when they recently signed national letters of intent. Rebekah Irwin signed to swim at Washington and Lee University, while Maria Kaschalk, Hannah Redoute, and Elaina Eckert agreed to play soccer at three different colleges. Maria signed with Troy University; Hannah signed with Western Michigan University, and Elaina signed with Marquette University.
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  • Marian Works with Detroit Elementary Students

    Twenty seven members from Marian High School’s Spanish Honor Society (SHS) traveled to Neinas Elementary School in southwest Detroit to work with third grade students and celebrate the holidays. The Marian students, accompanied by Mrs. Stacey Cushman, SHS moderator, were welcomed by the 33 students of Mrs. Amy Lazarowicz.
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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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  • Marian Faculty hear Nationally Renowned Speaker

    While voters from two Bloomfield Township precincts were voting in the front of the building on Election Day, Marian High School faculty and administrators were participating in a full-day workshop presented by Laura Arndt, a consultant from McREL International, in the school’s library media center.
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  • Marian Senior Wins Art Contest

    Marian Senior Danielle Videtich’s original artwork took first place at the Student Art Town show sponsored by the Birmingham Community House.  Her monochromatic self-portrait took the show’s top award, earning her an art set.
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  • Love for Lenore: Marian honors longtime leader

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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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  • Mary Beth Rich MacGuidwin and her husband Keith were honored for over 15 years of service to Marian High School.  Mary Beth and the MacGuidwins’ twin daughters are all Marian alumnae.

    Marian Honors Keith and Mary Beth Rich MacGuidwin

    During Marian High School’s 16th annual Celebration of Thanks, Keith and Mary Beth Rich MacGuidwin of Bloomfield Village were recognized for their many years of service and dedication to the school.
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  • Members of Marian’s Spanish Honor Society pack warm clothing, including hats, gloves, scarves, and jackets to deliver to Neinas Elementary School in Detroit.

    Marian Spanish Honor Society Collaborates with Detroit School

    Marian’s Spanish Honor Society (SHS) recently visited Detroit’s Neinas Elementary School for what has become an annual visit. Neinas Elementary is a preK-5th grade, public, dual language learning academy in southwest Detroit. More than half of the students who attend Neinas are bilingual, while some speak only Spanish. 
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  • Sr. Lenore M. Pochelski, IHM, Head of School, (far right) honored five Marian Distinguished Volunteers at the National Philanthropy Day dinner at Cobo Center.  Pictured with Sr. Lenore are Elizabeth Abowd-Rockwell, Les Adams, Diane Lueck, Russ Pogats, and Teresa Pogats, alumnae parent volunteers with a total of 48 years of service to Marian Rice Players.

    Marian Honors Five Distinguished Volunteers

    Marian High School recently recognized the volunteer contributions of five alumnae parent at the National Philanthropy Day Dinner sponsored by the Greater Detroit Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).  These five individuals were honored for a combined 48 years of service to Marian High School students by serving as volunteers for the school’s drama program, the Marian Rice Players.
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  • Marian Senior Anne Koziara and Junior Katie Schulz took top honors in the performance areas of the Michigan Thespian Festival at Saginaw Valley State University.

    Two Marian Actors Win Top Honors

    Two Marian students, Senior Anne Koziara and Junior Katie Schulz, came back to school with top honors after competing at the Michigan Thespian Festival at Saginaw Valley State University, December 4-5.  Over 1,900 students participated in the festival which featured workshops and plays in addition to the competition.
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  • The Marian Commons student courtyard features a terrace with umbrella tables and chairs where students can eat or study, as well as a walkway leading to green space with plantings, a water feature and a sculpture.

    Marian Commons Opens!

    Marian High School’s long-awaited Marian Commons, 20,000 square feet of student gathering spaces and food services, opened to the public during the school’s Class Reunions Weekend. Alumnae, families, and friends were able to get a “sneak peek” at the renovated facility before the Commons opened its doors to students the following day.
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  • Marian Seniors Colleen Grombala, Lauren Ogurek, and Maria Hickey signed national letters of intent to play their sports in college next fall.

    Marian Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

    Bloomfield Hills – Three Marian High School seniors recently signed national letters of intent to play their sports in college. Colleen Grombala signed with John Carroll University to play lacrosse; Lauren Ogurek will also attend John Carroll University to play softball, and Maria Hickey will be playing basketball at Lake Forest College.
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  •  Marian High School Senior Sera Stevens was named Commended Student in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.

    Marian Announces National Merit Commended Student

    Marian High School announced that Sera Stevens has been named a commended student in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, was presented by Vivian Christy, academic dean, to this scholastically talented senior.
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