Marianapolis Preparatory School is an independent, co-educational, Catholic, boarding and day school located in Thompson, CT for grades 9-12 and postgraduates.
Marianapolis is a vibrant and energetic community of 400 students from 56 area towns, numerous states around the U.S., and over 20 countries worldwide. Marianapolis boasts a 7:1 student/teacher ratio with an average class size of 12. With various honors classes, 20 AP® courses, and over 100 electives, students are cultivated to think critically while being guided into mature and capable leaders. At Marianapolis, students are involved in activities across disciplines and are constantly challenging themselves to set new goals and break molds.
Learning by doing and applying is a hallmark of a Marianapolis education through project-based learning platforms such as the Centers of Excellence, LEAP Week, and Experiential Learning. The Centers of Excellence allow where students to pursue a specialized diploma in a specific academic track that includes an internship, and culminates in a yearlong capstone independent study project. The three Centers are Business & Entrepreneurship, Civic Engagement & Service, and Innovation.
At Marianapolis, students have 17 competitive athletic options to choose from (such as crew, swimming, field hockey, and basketball) as well as numerous non-competitive options (such as dance, drama, equestrian, and gymnastics). With over 40 clubs and organizations Marianapolis students have the capability to explore and expand their skills and interests. Students are exposed to numerous leadership opportunities focused on supporting the Marianapolis community and more specifically, the student body. Through leadership roles, students are prepared for life beyond Marianapolis.
Marianapolis graduates are confident, conscientious young adults ready to lead.
Trinity Foundation Board of Directors
Dan Atwood, Chairman, P'01, P'07, P'20
Alyson Aleman '89
Richard Androlewicz P'99, P'05
Tom Dodge '73
Ryan Ford P'13, P'16
Brett Marston '90
Raenato Patria '56
Mark Russell '67
Robert Werge '84, P'11, P'13, P'21