Marian Catholic High School is a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory high school and a two-time recipient of the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award. Founded in 1958, Marian Catholic has a long tradition of students seeking truth, exhibiting personal responsibility, cultivating their individual talents, and demonstrating ethical leadership.
From Marian Catholic Leadership
Welcome to Marian Catholic High School. As an exclusive partner of Amerigo Chicago, Marian Catholic is a college-preparatory, coeducational high school with deep roots in the community and beyond. Our diverse student population travels from over 70 zip codes and around the world for nationally recognized programs in academics, fine arts and athletics.
Twice recognized as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and named by the U.S. News & World Report as among the top schools in the country, Marian Catholic High School is a leader of all Chicagoland schools, public and private, in every academic assessment - ACT, Advanced Placement, PSAT, and PLAN.
We look forward to meeting you and sharing our school community.
Marian Catholic High School is located on a safe, secure 87-acre campus within a suburban residential community just outside of Chicago. The Marian Catholic campus offers students everything they need to be successful. State-of-the-art facilities support student learning through 58 Wi-Fi connected classrooms, 500-seat Leadership Center, 430-seat theater, research library with over 28,000 volumes, art studios and choral practice rooms. The media studio, computer and technology labs provide students with the opportunity to work with advanced technology and systems while the STEM center features physics, biology and chemistry labs with 3-D printers and maker spaces. A dedicated band facility with two practice halls provides ample space for the award-winning marching band and advanced athletic facilities provide practice and competition spaces for over 25 teams.
Since Marian Catholic High School is a college prep school, a lot of alumni said that college was easy because Marian already prepared them.
—Franchette, Grade 10, Philippines