A: Maranatha High School views the education of its students as a partnership. We expect parents to be involved in their student’s education as well as the many programs at MHS through volunteering and financial stewardship. As with any private high school, tuition alone does not cover the entire cost of operating the school; therefore, parent participation through financial giving is expected, as each family is able. The main avenue for yearly financial support of the school is through the school’s Annual Fund. Volunteering is also stressed at Maranatha through our three parent organizations: the Athletic Booster Club, the Parent Association, and the Friends of Maranatha Arts. If you are unable to be a part of one of these organizations, the school’s Parent Association administers our P.S.P. (Parent Service Program) which requires all families to give 20 hours of volunteer service to the school each year. There are a variety of volunteer avenues for parents such as: helping at athletic events, setting up before school functions, assisting with mailings, donating professional services, helping organize fundraisers, supplying food and paper goods for events, etc. Parents are an integral part of the Maranatha community and we value this partnership!