Class of 2021: Where they are headed

Congratulations, graduates! The 169 members of the Class of 2021 will be attending 59 schools in 26 states along with Washington, D.C., Mexico and Scotland. With 80% of the students receiving scholarships, the Class of 2021 reported nearly $30 million in scholarship...

President Mary Higgins Announces Retirement

President Mary Higgins announced today that she will be retiring from Marian at the end of the 2021-2022 school year, which will complete her eighth year as president. A search committee has been established to seek a new president; the committee is led by Board Chair...

Art Classes Help the Community

By: Lexi Ketcham ’21 Art is a fun and creative form of expression for many students. Some students may take art classes because they have a passion and talent for art. Some may take it to make their schedule less stressful. Some may even take it just to get...

Marian poets achieve in state, nation

Story by Quinn Findley ’21 Poetry Out Loud is a nation-wide organization that focuses on enlightening students on the beauty of poetry. This year Marian decided between six ninth-graders, and the English Department ended up nominating freshman Madeline Smith as...

Journalism Places Fifth at State

Marian journalism students competed in the NSAA State Journalism contest on Tuesday, April 27 in Norfolk. Many of the students received individuals awards in a variety of categories, and Marian finished in fifth place in the Class A portion of the competition....

Annual May Crowning Honors Mary

Marian celebrated its annual May Crowning on May 6. A long-standing Marian tradition, May Crowning brings the school together to honor and reflect on Mary as a role model. Each year the seniors nominate classmates who most reflect a Marian identity. This year’s May...