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Marian Central Catholic High School

Marian Central Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Woodstock, Illinois, United States. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockford.

Marian Central Catholic High School
Marian crest.png
Address
1001 McHenry Avenue

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United States
Coordinates42°19′33″N 88°25′54″W / 42.32583°N 88.43167°W / 42.32583; -88.43167Coordinates: 42°19′33″N 88°25′54″W / 42.32583°N 88.43167°W / 42.32583; -88.43167
Information
TypePrivate, Coeducational, Diocesan
MottoVia Veritatis
(The Way of Truth)
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Established1959
SuperintendentSteve Baldwin
PrincipalDebra Novy
Grades9-12
Enrollment734 (2009-2010)
Student to teacher ratio14.2:1
CampusSuburban
Color(s)Columbia Blue, White, Red               
Athletics conferenceEast Suburban Catholic Conference
NicknameHurricanes
AccreditationNorth Central Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
PublicationThe Muse (literary magazine)
NewspaperThe Crown
YearbookThe Memoriam
Website

According to the School's mission statement, "Marian shares with parents and the parishes of the McHenry Deanery in the teaching mission of the Church, and preparing students for a life of intellectual pursuit." The school's curriculum provides students with a college preparatory education "infused with Catholic Christian values, designed to promote religious, spiritual, intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development." Marian was one of only five Catholic high schools in Illinois among the top 50 in 2005.[citation needed]

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HistoryEdit

Marian is a Rockford Diocesan Central Catholic High School is an educational institution with its own Articles of Civil Incorporation in the State of Illinois and is under the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Bishop of the Diocese of Rockford. In the United States, there are three forms of governance for Catholic High Schools: private, parochial, and diocesan. Private schools typically are schools operated by religious orders of priests, brothers, or sisters. Parochial schools normally are operated by a single parish or two or three parishes. Diocesan schools are operated by a diocese and are directly under the authority of the Bishop of the Diocese. Marian Central is a cooperative venture of all seventeen Roman Catholic parishes in McHenry County. It is financially supported by the participating parishes.

AthleticsEdit

Marian has won the following state team championships: girls volleyball (2015 Class 3A State Champions), girls cross country (1998 Class A State Champions), and football in the 1980s when the team won 4 State Championships.

BoysEdit

  • Fall: Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer
  • Winter: Basketball, Wrestling
  • Spring: Baseball, Tennis, Track & Field, Lacrosse, Bass Fishing

GirlsEdit

  • Fall: Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Dance Team, Cheerleading
  • Winter: Basketball, Dance Team, Cheerleading
  • Spring: Soccer, Softball, Track & Field

Notable alumniEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ NCA-CASI. "NCA-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". Archived from the original on April 29, 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-28.

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