Maranatha High School’s Spring Showcase, “What A Wonderful World,” takes place this Friday and Saturday, April 16-17 at 8:00 pm. This will be the final performing arts event of the year, and one you won't want to miss!
On March 20, a team of Maranatha students competed in the prestigious 2021 National Science Bowl, a nationwide academic competition designed to inspire students to further explore subjects related to STEM.
With so many events and activities on the school calendar this Spring, there are numerous opportunities for parents to get involved and also earn Parent Service Program (PSP) hours, some even this week!
Even before the pandemic, many in our own communities were suffering or in need. But as we all know, this last year has only compounded the needs many families are facing. As a school community, we have an opportunity to help.
Join us for an inspiring morning at the upcoming PA Meeting on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, 8AM with Pastor Ray Causly as he shares "Patient Endurance: How to Patiently Lead our Teens toward Intimacy with God and Us."
During this pandemic, feeling isolated in quarantine is something to which everyone must learn to adjust. Unfortunately, for many preemie* families awaiting the release of their tiny babies from the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit), an already difficult time can become even more isolating, without the support of others.
One of the greatest challenges facing Maranatha’s Visual and Performing Arts Department during this pandemic has been how to allow the Maranatha community to experience and enjoy the awesome talent of our students.
We are sure you have heard that this year’s benefit, The Sky’s the Limit, will be virtual and is planned for Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. We hope you are getting excited as the Annual Benefit Committee is busily planning a fun and entertaining virtual event for you!
Maranatha’s Visual Arts Department has a rich history of developing the talents of young artists and equipping them to pursue their dreams of using those skills in their profession. Two MHS alumni recently shared with us their unique accomplishments.