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Building:
Marion High School
Published: 9/30/2022

MHS Homecoming Week is here! Get ready to show off your school spirit, your Giant Pride! 

There are also many events open to the community. (Those are denoted with *.)

Here's a look at the activities planned at Marion High School and in the community:

Monday, Oct. 3

  • Dress-up theme: PJ Day

Tuesday, Oct. 4

  • Dress-up theme: Twin Day

Wednesday, Oct. 5

Building:
District, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School
Published: 9/29/2022

If you still have unpaid textbook fees and you believe you are eligible for textbook assistance, please complete your assistance application now!

You can access the application online through your Infinite Campus Parent Portal under "More", then "Meal Benefits". (For best results, access the IC Parent Portal on a desktop computer, not mobile device.)

If you do not have online access, you can stop by your school building's office to fill out a paper application.

Building:
Marion High School
Published: 9/26/2022

This weekend, the Marion High School choir program presents a Choir Coffee House!

Come out to Marion High School cafeteria and enjoy desserts and live music.

You have two opportunities to see the show on Saturday, Oct. 1:

  • 3 p.m. (doors open at 2:30 p.m.)
  • 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)

Entry is general admission for $5. Seating is limited. Get your tickets now from members of the MHS choirs, or pay at the door on Saturday.

Entrance will be at Door 8.

This is a fundraiser for MHS choirs. 

Building:
Marion High School
Published: 9/26/2022

Come out and hear what our talented musicians have been working on for the past few weeks at the MHS Bands Preview Concert, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, at the Walton Performing Arts Center at Marion High School.

Building:
Marion High School
Published: 9/16/2022

Marion High School yearbooks for the 2021-22 year are in!

Students who graduated with the Class of 2022 who purchased a yearbook may come in between 3 and 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20. Only the student or their parent/guardian may pick up a yearbook. Please enter at the main front door of MHS.

If this time does not work for you, please contact Mrs. Burton at jburton@marion.k12.in.us to arrange for pickup at the MHS front office. (Pickup must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance of planned pick-up).  

Building:
District, Little Giants Preschool, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School
Published: 9/15/2022

We've heard some questions about the state's requirement for proof of residency for our students, so we're taking the opportunity to provide more information.

What's the requirement?

Building:
District, Marion High School
Published: 9/12/2022

Several current Marion High School students and members of the MHS Class of 2022 have been recognized by the College Board for their cumulative excellent performance on multiple Advanced Placement tests in the 2021-22 school year or earlier in their high school career.

This accomplishment is worthy of high praise in any school year, but it is particularly impressive during a time when the past few academic years have been drastically impacted by the pandemic. Several of the students who earned AP honors this year have done so for two or even three years in a row.

Building:
Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School
Published: 9/12/2022

Today's softball open field (for grades 6-12) has been canceled due to weather. 

(Click here for more info on open field.)

Building:
Marion High School
Published: 9/12/2022

The Marion High School JROTC Raider team kicked off their fall season with a decisive win at their first competition on Saturday, Sept. 10, in Huntington.

Heading into the regional event hosted by Huntington North High School, the Giants, as last year’s National Champions in the small school category, had much to defend, and much to prove. Facing off against 13 other teams provided the Giants with the opportunity to test their mettle. And it resulted in gold for the win.

Building:
District, Marion High School
Published: 9/8/2022

Two Marion High School students have been honored by the College Board National Recognition Programs.

MHS and Marion Community Schools congratulate senior Joseph Cheung and junior Nathaniel Aguila, who were both honored in the National Rural and Small Town award category. This award recognizes these students’ hard work to prepare for college, and we are proud of them!