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Spring 2020

In March of 2020, the Marianapolis community faced a challenge. This challenge was unprecedented and global, arriving full-force with little warning, and leaving little time or recourse to resolve. The pandemic that struck this winter affected communities around the globe, including every secondary school in the U.S. In the past few months, Marianapolis has stood apart from peer institutions as a prime example in the industry; for virtual education, we were already prepared.

In the days when the virus first reached the United States, our plans were already in place, though we did not know at the time if or when we would need to put them into action. As the time did come, our students and teachers had a seamless transition from the physical classroom to a virtual one. Although the new format was different from our typical September-June format, the social interaction, lessons, and exchange of ideas continued. Our outstanding faculty, and our remarkable students, took this new reality in stride. 

View the FAQs below to see how we handled the spring of 2020. 


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