22 Marian Students Named AP Scholars

Marian is proud to announce the following students have been named AP Scholars. The Advanced Placement (AP) Program recognizes high school students who have demonstrated college-level achievement through AP courses and exams. AP Scholar recognition goes to students...

Alumna exhibits art at the Omaha Public Library

Story by Megan Schneider Emmanuela Ahianti--alumna of the Class of 2018-- had art that was recently chosen to be put on display at the Omaha Public Library (OPL). Ahianti, a current senior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, said, “I didn’t even know about the...

Alumna turned creative business owner

Story by Claire Bauman Marian grads have had many occupations ranging from astronauts to singers to teachers. For Kim Luhrs Burks ‘00, her occupation is a printer and business owner. Burks, the owner and founder of Ramona & Ruth, was inspired to create her own...

Alumna photographer pursues passion

Story by Megan Schneider On March 25, Jen Edney, from the Marian Class of 2001, visited the Block A J1 class to give a small talk on her career choice and life journey. Edney is a full-time adventure photographer, specifically finding her niche in sailing and...

Pen Pal Program Teaches Multiple Lessons

In the digital age, it’s often said that letter writing is a lost art. Not so for Marian Spanish students who for the last six years have participated in a pen pal program with students from Spring Lake Elementary School. The program pairs native English speakers with...

Students Earn Scholastic Art Awards

Established in 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is the nation’s longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens. Students’ entries are blindly evaluated by some of the foremost leaders in the visual and literary arts. Jurors look...

Class of 2022: Where they are headed

Congratulations, graduates! The 158 members of the Class of 2022 will be attending 64 schools in 23 states along with Washington, D.C., Belgium and Australia. With 88% of the students receiving scholarships, the Class of 2022 reported nearly $26 million in scholarship...