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Marion High School
Published: 3/11/2019
By Myla Townsend

Two Marion High School art students earned recognition at regional art competition at the University of St. Francis recently.

The USF School of Creative Arts’ 43rd Annual High School Art Exhibition is on display through March 20. Almost 250 works of art from 30 high schools in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Illinois entered.  A total of 16 awards and 8 scholarships given. Eli Lootens won one of the Talent Scholarships, and Sophia Porter received an award of 3rd place.
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 3/5/2019
Click here for information from mariongiantssports.com on how to get your tickets to cheer on the Marion Giants in the IHSAA Regional!
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 3/5/2019
What do you get if you mix the twists and turns of a whodunit with the over-the-top stylings of a soap opera? You get the fun-filled murder mystery comedy “The Bold, the Young, and the Murdered” Marion High School Speech & Drama Association’s upcoming spring play.

The long-running soap opera “The Bold and the Young” is barely holding on to its life, and to make matters worse, cast and crew members are dropping dead one by one. Which will come first, the death of the show or the death of every cast member? You'll have to come to one of our performances to find out!
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 2/27/2019
Under the leadership of choir director Bryce Conway, the Marion High School show choir’s have been traveling and competing around Indiana. The mixed choir, Innovations, and all female choir, the Marionettes, performed in two competitions during the month of February.

Innovations show choir traveled to perform in a competition held at Huntington North. Innovations won the 2nd place title in their division. They earned  9th place overall at the Huntington North competition. 
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 2/27/2019
Cadets from the Marion High School JROTC program have advanced to the second level of the Army JROTC Leadership Bowl and Academic Bowl competitions.

More than 2,400 teams representing JROTC programs from high schools across the country and around the world entered these contests. The Giants were one of only two JROTC programs from the state of Indiana to have teams advance in both disciplines.
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 2/25/2019
Several Marion High School musicians earned top awards at the state finals of ISSMA Solo & Ensemble recently:

Piano soloist:
  • Tristan Galeon, an MHS junior, earned a gold medal with distinction
Instrumental soloists:
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 2/25/2019
The Marion High School and McCulloch Junior High School bands will present a band festival on Monday, March 4, and a joint choir concert on Friday, March 8.

Now is your chance to enjoy music from our award-winning musicians! Both shows will start at 6 p.m., and both will take place at the Walton Performing Arts Center at MHS, 750 W. 26th St. Both events are free and open to the public.
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 2/22/2019
By Myla Townsend

Marion High School graduate and MHS Arts Hall of Fame inductee Samuel Levi Jones will be featured in “Left of Center,” an exhibit of his art at the Indianapolis Museum of Arts at Newfields this spring and summer.
Building:
Marion High School
Published: 2/20/2019
Marion High School JROTC Cadet Levi Hofmann shot his best score ever to earn fifth place in our region for the Army JROTC National Marksmanship Championship. His score placed him 26th in the nation when scores across all regional competitions were tallied.


Building:
Marion High School
Published: 2/15/2019
By Myla Townsend

In the midst of Black History Month, we’d like to honor some of our Marion High School alumni who have earned a spot in the Hall of Distinction. Becoming a member of the Hall of Distinction is one of the highest honors in Marion Community Schools.