At A Glance
- Year Established: 1954
- Location: Framingham, MA
- Type of School: Private HS. CO-ED
- Website: www.marianhigh.org
- Grades: 9-12
- Total Enrollment: 270
- Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:13
- ESL Program: Yes
- AP Classes: 14
- College Matriculation: 98%
- Accreditation: NEASC
- Religious Affiliation: No
- Admission: TOEFL＋Interview
Marian is a Catholic, college preparatory, co-educational secondary school. The Marian community welcomes students from diverse backgrounds and is committed to fostering the growth and development of each individual in an environment of respect and accountability.
Under the leadership of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Marian grew in number and reputation, educating many who are now proudly part of our more than 6,000 alums. Former students have moved on to assume roles as astronaut, business manager, educator, physician, pro athlete, TV producer, etc.
All levels of classes prepare students to attend a four year college or university. During the school year students may elect to participate in a VHS (Virtual High School) course. These courses are taught over the internet and offer Marian High School an opportunity to expand its course offerings.
English 4, Mathematics 3, History/Social Studies 3, Foreign Language 2, Science 3, Theology 4, Fine Arts 1, Electives 4
English, Biology, World Religions and Christian Ethics, World Religions and Peer Ministry, World History, U.S. History, Algebra, Geometry, Precalculus, Java Programming, Spanish, French, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Art History
English, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, U.S. History, Statistics, Spanish, Physics, Biology, Studio Art
Sports and Athletics
Cheerleading, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Volleyball, Indoor Track, Ice Hockey, Basketball, Swimming, Baseball, Softball, Track, Lacrosse, Tennis
Multicultural Club, Marian Mainstagers, Yearbook, Student Ambassadors, Mock Trial Team, Science Fair, Math League Team, Book Club, Chess Club, Christian Outreach, National Honor Society, Nature Club, Travel/Language Club (Clubs may be subject to change based on annual participation)
Where Our Graduates Go
Boston College, Assumption College, Brown University, Emerson College, Suffolk University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, University of San Francisco, The Art Institute of New York City, West Virginia University, and more.