Nineteen Marianapolis students were inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica Capítulo Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Marianapolis on Monday, December 10.
The annual Art Show and Christmas Concert was held on Thursday, December 6.
Senior Olivia Summiel, of Dayville, CT, signed her National Letter of Intent to play basketball for Wake Forest University on Wednesday, November 14.
Senior Tyler Burton, of Uxbridge, MA, signed his National Letter of Intent to play basketball for the University of Richmond on Wednesday, November 14.
Senior Anna Bagley, of Charlton, MA, signed her National Letter of Intent to play soccer for Virginia Commonwealth University on Wednesday, November 14.
On Saturday, November 10, Marianapolis hosted the NEPSTA Division IV Cross Country Championships with 41 schools attending from across New England.
The Knight of Science will be held on Wednesday, November 14 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the Chapel. The focus of the night will be a combination of Materials Science and Engineering as well as Biotechnology, Physiology, and research in those areas both locally and abroad.
Despite an initial date postponement, and a rainy day of golfing, the Marianapolis golf tournament proved to be another success, raising over $45,000.
Senior Molly White, of Worcester, Mass., has been named a National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalist.
Marianapolis Preparatory School is proud to announce the appointment of Andrew Vitale as the School’s next Athletic Director.
Lynne Quintal-Hill is a 1983 Marianapolis graduate. During her time at Marianapolis, she made quite an impact on the girls’ basketball program. In her senior year, Quintal-Hill became the second girl in Marianapolis history to score 1,000 points during her Marianapolis career.