A player and coach from Marion High School’s e-sports team were part of the 2020 NBA 2K League Draft on Saturday, with Jack White, an MHS senior, making the call to New York to announce Indiana Pacers Gaming’s first round draft pick.
Marion Community Schools was made aware Sunday evening of the arrest of Marion High School employee Ryan Vermilion on serious charges stemming from a criminal investigation in Wells County, Ind.
He is suspended pending termination as legal and personnel due processes move forward.
At this time details are limited, and we defer to Wells County law enforcement officials to address any further questions. We are in full cooperation with law enforcement.
We cannot comment further on the investigation or the personnel process at this time.
All current Marion eighth-graders and their parents/guardians are invited to Marion High School on Thursday, Feb. 27, as we look ahead to your freshman year!
There's something for everyone here at Marion High School. Award-winning art and music programs. One of the proudest athletic traditions in the state. Academic competition teams that face rivals around the state and around the country. Honor societies. Early college opportunities. One of the Midwest's best JROTC organizations. Theater productions, and one of the finest theaters in the area. The only thing missing? YOU!
Do you know a Marion High School alumnus who deserves recognition? Nominations for the MHS Hall of Distinction 2020 inductions are being accepted through Friday, April 3.
Little Giants Preschool open enrollment applications will start on March 2.
This weekend, hundreds of students from our region will gather here in Marion as part of the Indiana Music Education Association’s 31st annual Circle the State with Song festival.
WHAT: “Superheroes”, this year’s MHS Black History Club play
WHEN: 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, 2019
WHERE: Walton Performing Arts Center, Marion High School, 750 W. 26th St.
Marion High School Black History Club treat for audiences this year at their annual play: “Superheroes”.
The play is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, at the Walton Center at Marion High School.
Marion Community Schools is partnering with Marion Public Library, Indiana Wesleyan University, and several other community partners to bring New York Times best-selling author Kimberly Brubaker Bradley to Marion in March as part of the Giant Reading Program.
Dozens of Marion Community Schools students competed in the annual ISSMA Solo & Ensemble competitions over the past two weekends, and many brought home top ratings for their performances. In addition, more than two dozen Marion High School students and two McCulloch Junior High School students have advanced tothe state level competition later this month.
Because of the school closure on Feb. 6, 2020, due to ice, a make-up day will be added to the end of the school year.
The last student day is now set for May 22, 2020.
(This is the second closure of the year; the first coming on Nov. 19, 2019, for the Red for Public Ed rally.)