Marian High School’s Pathway Program has been expanded to include a limited number of bricks and benches in the new Marian Commons courtyard as well as a limited number of benches in the new Maxis courtyard.  The Pathway Program allows those who share in the school’s history – as alumnae, parents, or friends – to be remembered with a personalized brick paver on the walkways on the school’s front campus OR a limited number of personalized bricks and benches in the Commons courtyard or the Maxis Courtyard.

Front campus brick
Size:  4” x 8” holds up to three lines of text with a maximum of 14 characters per line. Cost:  $200 per brick

Commons courtyard brick – limited number in three sizes!
Size: 4” x 8” holds up to three lines of text with a maximum of 14 characters per line. Cost: $250 per brick
Size: 8” x 8” holds up to five lines of text with a maximum of 14 characters per line. Cost: $500 per brick
Size: 12” x 12” holds up to nine lines of text with a maximum of 21 characters per line. Cost: $750 per brick 

Commons courtyard benches
 – only 4 available!
Message will be engraved on a 4” x 6” bronze plaque which holds up to three lines of text and 14 characters per line.  Cost: $1,000 per bench 

Maxis courtyard benches
 – only 8 available!     
Message will be engraved on a 4” x 6” bronze plaque which holds up to three lines of text and 14 characters per line.  Cost: $1,000 per bench

Please note:  Characters include letters, numbers, punctuation, and spaces.

Print and complete the form for the item you'd like. Then mail the form with your payment to Office for Advancement, Marian High School, 7225 Lahser Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI  48301.

To order by phone, or for more information, call Lorry Ashe Kempf, Assistant Head for Advancement, at (248) 644-1946 or (866) 903-7269. Bricks are engraved twice/year - in the spring and in the fall.
 
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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 the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.
An enduring tradition: guiding young women spiritually, challenging them academically, and inspiring them to a life of leadership and service.