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Article posted: 11/15/2012 11:30 AM

Marian Catholic to host open house

Submitted by Marian Central Catholic High School

On Sunday, Nov. 18, Marian Central Catholic High School, 1001 McHenry Ave. in Woodstock, will open its doors to welcome the families and students who are interested in learning what its faith-based education has to offer.

The afternoon will begin at 1 p.m. with an administrator presentation in the auditorium. Guided building tours will follow until 3 p.m., where families will have the opportunity to speak with teachers, students and administrators, and discover the benefits of a Marian education.

Each year Marian updates and expands technology in the classrooms, and extends the amount of financial assistance, more than $300,000 in 2012-13, available to families. The athletic and other co-curricular programs continue to thrive.

Marian Central welcomes 690 students each day, yet classes are small enough for students to get to know each other. Teachers and staff are dedicated to the intellectual, physical, religious, spiritual, and emotional growth of every student.

Each year, more than 98 percent of the graduating seniors go on to higher education. Additionally, the Class of 2012 received college scholarships totaling more than $15.6 million. Among the 169 graduates were 37 Illinois State Scholars and five National Merit Commended Scholars. Together, the Class of 2012 earned a composite ACT score of 24.9.

Attend from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, to discover the curriculum, programs, and opportunities Marian has to offer your student and your family.

Visit www.marian.com for more information.

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