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After School Academic Support Program

As a service to our students, the Marion Center School District is offering an after school academic support program to all students who need assistance with course work and homework. Guidelines and Permission forms were distributed to all students today. Please return a permission slip if you would like your child to be a part of this opportunity. The program is scheduled to begin Tuesday, November 27.

Additional copies of the guidelines and permission forms can be found in the office or on our school website. Any questions can be directed to the high school office at 724-397-5551 extension 1000. Please click the SHOW ALL NEWS link for more information.
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Want to GO SOLAR?

Join the Solar United Neighbors Indiana County Solar Co-Op for an informational meeting on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the High School auditorium. Please see attached flyer for more information.
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FFA members earn Keystone degrees

Earlier this week, three students from Marion Center FFA received their Keystone Degree at the 2019 PA FFA Mid-Winter held at the PA Farm Show in Harrisburg. They are Bryce Gromley, Annissa Orr and Haley Brooks.
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FBLA Competes

The Future Business Leaders of America club at Marion Center recently competed in the Regional Leadership Competition at IUP recently.
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Girls Cross Country State Champs

Marion Center’s Girls’ Cross Country Team won the 2018 PIAA 1A State Championship on November 3 in Hershey, PA. This was not only the first team State Championship in any sport at Marion Center, it was the first championship of its kind in Indiana County since 1958.

Front row: Mackenzie Walker, Nevada Armstrong, Alyx Cornetto, Micaylee DeHaven, and Lilly Ryer

Back row: Coach Nicole Dann, Charlotte Gardner, Ariah Alabran, Cherise Schultz, Coach Chris Peter
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MC ROTC Competes in Drill Competition

On February 10th, 2018, the Marion Center Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) hosted a drill competition with fellow AFJROTC programs at the Marion Center High School. Marion Center brought twenty of the one hundred and seventy-five cadets enrolled in the program to the competition where they competed as eight teams to show examples of their training, discipline, and skill.
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