One of the first initiatives focusing on our theme of the year, Planet Earth, was the installation of a rain garden on campus during orientation.
For the 40thyear in a row, Marianapolis Prep held its annual Golf Tournament in which proceeds support the financial aid program for deserving students. The tournament, held at Connecticut National Golf Club on September 10, raised over $58,000.
Knights of the Week for the week of September 16 are Elena Spangle '20 and John Vigliotti '21.
On Tuesday, September 3, the Marianapolis community joined together for our annual Opening of School Convocation.
On July 13, Brianne Rett '21 placed third in the shot put at the Massachusetts Bay State Games.
Mr. Abe Gustavson '07 was once again nominated for The Bulletin’s Best Teacher as part of the Reader’s Choice Windham County Awards.
Rising junior Sydney Masciarelli of Northbridge, MA has been named the Gatorade Connecticut Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year.
On June 2, 2019, 123 graduates received their diplomas from Marianapolis Preparatory School.
Sophomore Sydney Masciarelli became a national champion in two events at the New Balance Outdoor Track and Field Nationals in Greensboro, NC.
On Friday, May 31, undergraduates were recognized at the annual Prizes and Awards Day.
Photos from the Spring Dance Show held on May 29.
The Spring Athletic Banquet was held on Monday, May 20.
Photos from the musical, "Little Women."
Chyna Bullen ’19 of Exeter, NH signed to play basketball for Florida Southern College on May 16.
Performances: May 16 & 17 at 7 pm and May 19 at 4 pm
On Monday, May 13, 19 Marianapolis students were inducted into the National Honor Society and 38 students renewed their memberships.
The National Chinese Honor Society Induction was held on Thursday, April 25.
The winners of the annual Science Fair.
On Sunday, April 7, freshman Olivia Sczuroski delivered the closing speech at the CAIS Student Leadership Diversity Conference.
The mission of the Thompson Community Art Show is to foster an appreciation of the visual arts, to provide an inclusive venue to showcase the creative talents of Thompson artists, and to enrich the community of Thompson through artistic expression.
On Wednesday, March 27, the Winter Sports Banquet was held. Congratulations to all of the recipients.
Senior Kelly Heney has known for a while that she wanted to do something impactful to leave her mark at Marianapolis. She decided to combine her love of softball and her Dominican heritage to collect softball and baseball equipment to be donated to local youth sports in the Dominican Republic.
The gym was packed for the NEPSAC Class A Championship as the Marianapolis Golden Knights faced Loomis on their home court
In a February 27th game against Rivers School, senior Stephon Baxter of Worcester, Massachusetts became the seventh male in Marianapolis history to reach 1,000 points in his basketball career.
On Monday, February 25, State Sen. Mae Flexer, D-29th District, visited Marianapolis and spoke to a group of students and faculty about Connecticut politics.
Photos from the winter play "Stealing Home."
The Marianapolis Drama Department is proud to present the comedy "Stealing Home" by Pat Cook.
In a February 8th game against New Hampton, senior Olivia Summiel of Dayville, Connecticut became the eighth girl in Marianapolis history to reach 1,000 points in her basketball career.
The Marianapolis National Ocean Sciences Bowl Team came in third place at this year’s Quahog Bowl held on February 2 at UConn’s Avery Point Campus.
Senior Tien “Thomas” Huynh of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, was recently honored by the Connecticut Art Education Association at the annual Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards.
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.