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  • Miss Marion High and Her Court

    The Beta Club of Marion High School sponsored the Miss Marion High Pageant Saturday November 16, 2019. Congratulations to Miss Abigail Atkinson crowned Miss Marion High 2019; Miss Reagan Atkinson - 1st Runner up; Miss Shira Reaves - 2nd Runner up; and Miss Armani Sanders was voted Miss Congeniality. These young ladies did an amazing job and looked absolutely beautiful!
     
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  • Voter Registration

    The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Dillon-Marion County Alumnae Chapter held a voter registration during all lunches Tuesday November 12, 2019.

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  • Voter Registration

    Voter registration will be held November 12, 2019 at Marion High School during all lunches for all students who are 18 years old. Students who will be 18 by June of 2020 can also fill out a registration form.

    Students must have their social security number and a picture ID.

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  • Who's Who 2019-2020

    The following students were nominated by the faculty of Marion High and meet the requirements for Who's Who (major contribution in academics, leadership, athletics, spirit, music, art, etc.; passed all courses last year; currently passing all classes; and no out-of-school suspensions at MaHS) :

    D'Vonte Allen
    Abby Atkinson
    Reagan Atkinson
    Summer Bailey
    Nicholas Barr
    Trey Buie
    Logan Harrelson
    Payto Hufford
    Shira Reaves
    Armani Sanders
    Andrew Smith
    Macey Waugh

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  • The table honors the men and women who served in America’s Armed Forces

    Vet Day

    The table is round- to show our everlasting devotion and concern for our fallen and missing comrades.

    The cloth is white- symbolizing the purity of their motives when answering the call to duty.

    The single red rose, displayed in a vase, remind us of the life, and the blood that was shed, and their loved ones and friends who keep the faith and await answers.

    The vase is tied with a red ribbon, symbol of our commitment, and continued determination to account for our missing.

    The white candle is for peace.

    A slice of lemon on the plate is to remind us of the bitter fate of those captured and missing in a foreign land.

    The salt is to remind us of the tears endured by those missing and their families who still seek answers.

    The black napkin is a reminder of the isolation, deprivation, and cruel fate of our missing.

    The Bible represents the strength gained through faith to sustain those lost from our country, founded as one nation under God.

    The glass is inverted- to symbolize their inability to share this evening with us.

    The chair is empty and tilted -they are not here- and will remain so until they return or are accounted for.

    "You are not forgotten so long as there is one left in whom your memory remains"

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  • Marion HS, along with Jostens/Neff, will host a varsity letterman jacket order day in the commons area on Tuesday, November 19 from 11:15-1:15. Students will be able to try on letterman jackets for correct sizes & place orders at this time. Please help spread the message to our student-athletes & parents. Marion HS students can still order online at www.neffjacketshop.com for letterman jackets. 

    Thanks-Coach Hennecy Marion HS AD 

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  • Marion High Softball is selling Cookie Dough tubs. Contact any softball player for your ordering or coach Singleton. Money is due at the time of ordering. Make checks payable to Marion High Softball. Guaranteed delivery before Christmas. All sales are final November 21st! 

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  • On 11/2/2019 Marion High School Science Cub traveled to Converse College for the SCJAS SC Junior Academy of Science Annual Conference. The students were able to perform in and learn about several science areas: nuclear power, forensics, neuroscience, virtual reality technology, biochemistry, and marine biology. They dissected sharks and sheep brains, solved a murder mystery, visited the human body in a virtual world, and represented Marion High School in the academic arena.

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  • SIC Meeting

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  • Marion High School Teacher Cadets attended Teacher Cadet Day at Francis Marion University. Approximately 200 Cadets from high schools in the surrounding area gathered to learn more about FMU and a career in education. 

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  • Any student in grades 7- 12 wishing to try out for the wrestling team, tryouts will begin Monday right after school at SouthSide. You Must have a current physical to tryout.. If you have any questions please contact Coach Steinbar.

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  • The Interact club had their first trash pick up today! Seven of our members got together at 8:00 AM to eat a quick breakfast then got started picking up trash to make our school grounds and surrounding areas look better. 

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  • JAG Anti-bullying Pledge Signing Day
     
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  • Girls basketball tryouts will be November 4, 2019 at 3:45 - 5:45 in the GYM.
     
    Any girls interested in trying out for JV and Varsity teams must have a physical completed and turned in by November 4, 2019.
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  • Congratulations to Senior Swampfox football player De'Vante Allen on being chosen to participate in The Touchstone Energy North South Allstar Football game. De'Vante will play on the South Team in the game which will be held in December.

    Congrats to De'Vante and keep up the good work!

    De'Vonte Allen

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  • And The Winner Is....

    Mrs. Sherrie Bullard won a Michael Kors handbag from Washington National Insurance Company.

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  • Homecoming 2019
     
    Homecoming Queen - Precious Davis, escort AJ Vaught and sponsor Saeqwann McCollough
     
    1st Runner Up - Heaven Kenney, escort Christian Brunson and sponsor Brandon Bass
     
    2nd Runner Up - Ke'Asia "Ke-Ke" Legette, escort Davion Davis and sponsor Trey Buie
     
    Congratulations!
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  • Financial Aid Night 2019

    The Class of 2020 and their families were invited to participate in Financial Aid Night.  Visitors from the South Carolina Higher Education Tuition Grants Commission conducted a presentation on different sources and types of Financial Aid.  They also gave families information on specific state scholarships and grants.  After the presentation, representatives from Florence Darlington Technical College assisted families with applying for financial aid in the computer labs.

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  • Senior Superlatives 2019-2020

    Class Clown - Nick Davis & Ja'Kasia Scott
    Best Dressed - Jy'Heim Davis & Te'Onna Bethea
    Best Smile - Saeqwann McCollough & Payton Hufford
    Best Hair - AJ Vaught & Jaylin Bell
    Teacher's Pet - Tahshaun Tate & Heaven Kenney
    Best All Around - Trey Buie & Armani Sanders
    Most Athletic - D'Vonte Allen & Keyla Britt
    Most Friendly - Jerry Buxton & Abriyana Dykes
    Most Likely to Succeed - Nicholas Barr & Reagan Atkinson
    Most School Spirit - Keshawn Ham & Sha'Nyah Stewart
    Least Likely to Grow Up - Cordé Miller & Diamond Wilkerson
    Cutest Couple - Gabe Watson & Abby Atkinson

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  • Important Information!!!!
     
    If you are coming to the Financial Aid workshop today at 6:00 p.m. please bring your 2018 tax information not 2017. If you have any questions please call our Guidance Department!
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  • Anti-Bullying Flag Activity at Marion High School

    October is National Bullying Prevention Month.  Students were encouraged to “stand up” against bullying and let their voices be heard during Homecoming Week.  During their lunch periods on October 15, 2019, they wrote Anti-Bullying messages on flags and planted the flags in the ground in front of the school.  Students wrote messages; such as,   “Stop Bullying”, “Tell Someone”, “You are Special”, and “Be You”.

    Marion High School students will always remember what they did, what to do, and how to respond to bullying because of the powerful visual display they created outside their school. 

    Well done Foxes!

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  • Marion High School Host Ed-Op Day 2019

    Seniors and juniors participated in a College Fair on Monday, October 14, 2019.  College and Military representatives from South Carolina and out of state welcomed students to their schools by sharing relevant information with them.  Students were able to learn about over 40 institutions or military branches.  Some colleges allowed students to apply “on the spot”.  Students were also able to take home materials; such as, applications, brochures, flyers about upcoming visits, and small tokens of appreciation.

    Marion High School students were educated and empowered by the presence of our visitors and this annual event! 

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  • Congratulations
    Class Queens and Kings for 2019


    FRESHMAN
    Hayley Kenney
    Ervin Kinney

    SOPHOMORE
    Alayshia Legette

    JUNIOR
    Jasmine Mullins

    SENIOR
    Ja’Kasia Scott
    Nicc Davis

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  • Softball conditioning will begin Oct. 21st at 4 pm. Meet in the high school gym. Participants must have a sports physical and tennis shoes.

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  • Marion High School held their annual  National Beta club Fall Induction on Monday, October 14, 2019.  Eleven students were inducted from grades nine thru twelve .   Marion High School Chapter of National Beta is an academic leadership organization. Beta members build an individual sense of responsibility to their school and community through various service activities performed through out the year.   To achieve this honor, students must be in the top fifteen percent of their class, have an overall grade average of ninety or above, and no higher level disciplinary record. BETA Beta 2

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  • Trunk Or Treat

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  • Marion High School is selling T-Shirts for $10. If you would like to purchase one please contact Mrs. Robinson at 843-423-2571.

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  • Good Behavior Celebration Day

    At Marion High School, we celebrate our students for making good decisions and showing leadership.  On October 11, 2019, 86% of the students at Marion High School were able to participate in our Good Behavior Celebration snack time.  These students did not receive a discipline referral for the month of September.  Way to go Swamp Foxes!!!!!!  We have some Awesome-Awesome- Awesome students at Marion High School.  Our next Good Behavior Celebration is scheduled for November 8, 2019 for all students with no discipline referrals for the month of October. 

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  • Francis Marion Interview Day at Marion High School

    Francis Marion University Admission Counselors visited Marion High School on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 for FMU Interview Day.  They interviewed 39 seniors and determined their eligibility for admission and scholarships.  Students were able to apply to the university for free, ask questions, and be advised on areas that needed to be improved to meet admission requirements.

    Congratulations in advance to all Future Patriots!

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  • The Employability students from Mrs. Osborn's class at Marion High School, in conjunction with Sara Alex from SC Vocational Rehabilitation,  designed a flyer for Food Lion's 1st Annual Trunk-or-Treat to benefit Backpack Buddies of Marion County.

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  • SIC October

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  • Marion High School celebrates College Application Day!

    Admission counselors from Francis Marion University, Florence Darlington Technical College, Coastal Carolina University, Denmark Technical College, and the School for Aviation Maintenance and Electronics visited Marion High School on October 4, 2019.  The visitors assisted the school counselors with helping students apply to multiple colleges online. 

    Seniors were able to ask the college representatives questions about their colleges and learn more about the admission process in most two and four year colleges.  Students were able to rely on the counselors and visitors to help them complete as many college applications as desired for free.

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  • Govie Talk

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  • Homecoming

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  • The Marion HS Symphonic Band will present a Halloween Concert, with the Johnakin Concert Band, on Tuesday, October 22 at 6:00pm in the Johnakin MS gym.  Admission is free
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  • Homecoming Calendar of Events

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  • Judge Pogue spoke to Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. Hyatt's US Government classes about the separation of power and the system of checks and balances.  He balanced his lecture with videos and examples of the judicial branch in action. He then held a Q&A session with the students. 

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  • Marion High Students:

    There will be a Spirit Fan Bus going to the Marion vs. Dillon Football game Friday, October 4th.

    Departure: 6:00 pm from the student parking lot

    Cost: $7.00(ticket price).

    Due: by Thursday, October 3rd to Ms. Williams, room 103

    Students please remember no referrals or suspensions.

    Let’s support our Football Team.

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  • Ms. Woodberry's English II students read “There Will Come Soft Rains”  a science fiction short story set in 2026.  The story takes place inside a house in which computers and machines do everything, and the owners of the house have disappeared.  Students were to design a blueprint or floor plan of what their dream house would look like.

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  • The Volleyball team held their Senior Night Tuesday and came away with a win! Seniors are Macey Waugh and Briana Wiggins. Congratulations!!

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  • The Marion High Girls Basketball program will be having a Doughnut sale now through Oct 8th. Please support. The proceeds go towards uniforms, shoes and equipment for Marion high JV, Varsity and Johnakin girls basketball teams.

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  • There will be a Softball interest meeting  Friday, October 4th at 3:30 pm in Coach Singleton's classroom. Any 7th through 12th grade female interested in playing Softball please make arrangements to be in attendance to obtain information about the upcoming season. 

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  • Attention Seniors

    If you are interested in attending Francis Marion, please go by guidance office and get an application from Mrs. Truewell.

    FMU Interview Day will be held Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

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  • The PSAT will be administered Wednesday October 16, 2019 to all 10th graders at no cost.
     
    Any 9th or 11th grade student interested in taking the PSAT will need to see Mrs. Watts in the guidance office to sign up. The cost is $16.
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  • Homecoming Court Info

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  • Marion High School

    Jostens Dates 2019

    October 29   @        8:00                Jr. Ring Committee

    October 29   @        8:20-9:00      Jr. Class Ring Meeting

    October 29   @        9:15-10:00   Senior Class Meeting

    Seniors you are only required to order a cap, gown and diploma cover. Remember Jostens must be paid in full before you can participate in graduation.

     

    November 5 @       9:30-2:30      Senior Order Day (by appointments)

    November 6 @       10:00-2:30   Ring Order Day (by appointments)

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  • Homecoming Queens

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  • International Dot Day

    The premise behind Dot Day is to emphasize that even the smallest mark can have the biggest impact!  A dot can be small but it can be powerful.

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  • Attention Class of 2020

    There will be a SENIOR CLASS MEETING in Mrs. Atkinson's room at 3:20 MONDAY, SEPT. 16! We will begin discussing homecoming as well as other important items and dates.

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  • Clear Bag Policy

     

    Please click on the link below to review Marion County School District clear bag policy for all home athletic activities.

    Marion County School Districts Clear Bag Policy for Athletes

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  • It’s that time of the year again. Asking any Senior Male football player, statistician,  or manager who is sponsoring a Senior female for Homecoming Queen to stop by Room 303 to pick up a Player letter. They need to be completed and returned by Friday August 30.

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  • Important Dates!

    August 8, 2019 –10th Grade Registration - 9:00 a.m. – Noon

                      11th Grade Registration - 1:05 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    August 12, 2019- 12th Grade Registration - 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    August 14, 2019 – All Staff Return

    August 15, 2019 – 9 th Grade Orientation – 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

    August 19, 2019 – Open House – 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

    August 21, 2019 – 1 st Day of School

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  • Volleyball tryouts have been moved to Monday August 5th in the high school gym 9 am until 12 pm. One day only. Participants must have an updated physical.volleyball

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  • Miss Marion High Pageant

    Miss Morgan Wilson was crowned Miss Marion High, Aundrea Gibbons received the title of first runner-up, Niya McGill received the title of second runner-up, and Indya Laboy received the title of Miss Congeniality. 

     

    Marion High School’s Beta Club expresses it’s gratitude to everyone that helped to make our Pageant a success. All of the contestants were elegant and represented Marion High School brilliantly. Special thanks to Jada Hughes and Alexis Dixon for all their assistance.

    Miss Marion High

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  • Christmas Spirit Week

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    Monday

    Christmas Color Day

    Wear red, white, green, silver and/or gold

     

    Tuesday

    Deck The Halls

    Christmas Accessories Day (Christmas Headbands, socks, necklaces, pins…)

     

    Wednesday

    ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

    Pajama Day

     

    Thursday

    Christmas Sweater Day

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  • Marion High School Band

     

    The following band students were selected for the South Carolina Eastern District Honors Band:

     

    Clinic Band - (9th and 10th graders) 

     

    Hanna Wheeler - Flute

    Angelica Gillette - Clarinet

    Jaidyn Scott - Trumpet

    Lanaih Thomas - French Horn

    Jah'Rienna Davis - Trombone

    Jamere Maxwell - Tuba

     

    Senior Band - (11th and 12th graders)

     

    Kei'Andra Brown - Clarinet

    Kayla Foxworth - Clarinet

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  • FCA Meeting

    Coach McCullom donated a signed football helmet on behalf of the Marion High FCA to our Area Representative, Daniel Henderson. 

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  • SIC Meeting 12-10-18

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  • Marion County Schools represented our district well at the 42nd  Annual Pee Dee Regional Mathematics Tournament on Tuesday, December 4, 2018.

     

    The top four scoring schools Green Sea Floyds High School,  Johnsonville High School,  Marion High School,  and Mullins High School advanced to the final on-stage part of the competition for Division 1.  Top four scoring schools were selected based on a challenging one hour written exam.  Marion High School's Mathematics team secured third place in the written competition of Division 1 and Mullins followed with fourth place.  Creek Bridge is gaining ground.  The top four scoring schools advanced to the final on-stage part of the competition. Top Scorer for Marion High School was Gabriel Watson followed by Sachin Patel.  The schools went into a three way stage tie breaker round with Green Sea Floyds taking the win for Division 1 followed by Marion High placing second in points .   All participants represented Marion well.  

     

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  • Secret Santa

    The News and Journalism Team will be sponsoring a Secret Santa delivery. Students and staff can purchase as many cards they would like, beginning December 4th-December 17th, to have delivered to a person or persons of choice. You can purchase the cards for $1 during all lunches. The Secret Santa delivery will be Wednesday December 19th just before leaving for Christmas break.

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  • Journalism Bake Sale

    When: Tuesday, December 4th – 11th During ALL Lunches

    Bake Sale Menu:

    Cookies- 2 for $1.00

    Brownies- $1.00

    Cupcakes- $1.00

    Variety Chips- 0.50₵

    Capri suns- 0.50₵

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  • Mrs. Erica Pee has been named Teacher Of The Year for Marion High School. Congratulations!

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