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Thompson, Connecticut, USA view map
Co-Ed, Roman Catholic
P.O. Box 304, 26 Chase Road, Thompson, Connecticut, USA
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Summary: MPS Students Are Excited about Learning.
Academics are the heart of a Marianapolis education, and each student thrives within a rigorous college preparatory course of study. Marianapolis nurtures students to become responsible and independent learners, as well as challenges students with an exciting and extensive program emphasizing breadth of intellectual exposure, depth of study, and significant out-of-class preparation.
Consisting of core traditional academic subjects, the curriculum reflects the richness and diversity of a broad spectrum of cultures. The curriculum fosters the development of critical and disciplined thinking, precise communication and scientific analysis, creative problem solving, careful and logical thinking, and understanding of the social, scientific, and political background of Western and non-Western civilization. At all grade levels, the curriculum encourages students to think critically, creatively, and independently, and to articulate ideas effectively.
Department Director: Karen Tata
Average Class Size: 14
Full Time Teachers: 48
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 40.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 8/1
Summer Programs Offered: Offered
Number of AP Courses Offered: 13
Notable Achievements: Math Team ties for 1st place in CT in 2012, One student named National Merit Finalist, One student named National Merit Semi-Finalist
Summary: Marianapolis is a warm, loving, community and our student life reflects that. We strive to offer activities, both intellectual and social, that appeal to all our students.
Whether you love chess or dancing, like to debate or make pottery, there is something, and usually several things, for each student to enjoy. There are movie nights, and board game nights, and dorm decoration competitions. There are bonfires and barbeques and ice cream socials, and traditions like Rake Day and Homecoming.
For our boarding population, there are trips to Boston and New York City for shopping, sporting events and shows and more. Our ESL students learn about American culture with monthly trips to educational and fun destinations.
Department Director: David DiCicco
Number of Dorms: 6
Average Students Per Dorm: 20
No. of Girls Dorms: 4
No. of Boys Dorms: 2
Dress Code: Formal
Summary: Living at Marianapolis means making friends with not just classmates and roommates, but with your dorm parents and your teachers. The campus is absolutely beautiful, 150 acres (60 hectares) gorgeous tree and flower-filled acres. But it is the people who you will love the most.
Our residential and day students' lives are filled with activities, academics, sports and clubs. For our residential students, living with friends from the U.S. and around the world is one of our student's favorite part about Marianapolis. Dorm living promotes independence as students learn how to balance their studies with their social lives.
Living on campus you will have the option to participate in more activities. Whether it's a game of basketball or soccer outside, billiards or ping pong in the game room, or a trip to Boston for the day. Each weekend offers as least one outing as well as on campus fun, or you can stay behind and study--it's your choice.
Dorm Parents are faculty members who live in the dorms as guardians, role models, rule enforcers and mentors. They offer students a balance of steady support and guidance.
Clubs and Organizations
Summary: A Team for Each Student
At Marianapolis, students can choose between 13 varsity teams and 19 other athletic programs, honing their skills and building their strength with two hours of practice every afternoon. The less experienced athlete can compete at the junior varsity or third team level, while the varsity athlete is challenged by a more demanding practice and game schedule. Come to a game on campus and see the results for yourself - healthy, enthusiastic students and highly competitive teams.
Arts Department Director: Rebecca Patenaude
Athletics Department Director: Eric Gustavson
Notable Achievements: 2013 Boys' Varsity Baseball SENE champions, 2013 Girls' Varsity Basketball win SENE, 2011 SENE Boys Golf Champions
Summary: Our curriculum standards, faculty advising program, and extracurricular opportunities ensure that our students will learn the skills they will need for success in college. By focusing on the personal and intellectual growth of each student, the faculty and the curriculum prepare students well for the rigors of higher education. Advisors, teachers, and deans help each student choose an appropriately challenging class schedule and advise about athletics, extracurricular activities, community service opportunities, and standardized tests – all of which play parts in the college admissions process. We know every student well and can offer each student individualized guidance to choose the school that will be the best fit for his or her talents, interests, and personality.
Department Director: Edward Sembor, PhD
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Colleges attended in the past 5 years by our graduates:
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
Summary: The Marianapolis campus is active throughout the summertime!
Enrolled Marianapolis Prep School students have an opportunity to continue their courses of study in the MPS Summer Session. Participants take summer classes in order to meet graduation requirements on time.
Non-native English speaking students also make tremendous progress in our intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) program throughout June and July.
Open to students entering U.S. grades 5-8 is Camp Stonewall, a residential summer camp. Participants choose from a wide variety of sports, drama, and arts & crafts activities during the day, and enjoy all-camp special events in the evenings. International campers are welcomed as part of the International Summer Learners (ISL) program, and everyone can participate in our S.W.A.T. weekend adventure trips.
Department Director: Edward Sembor
July 01, 2013 to August 09, 2013
Camp Stonewall is a co-ed sleepaway camp nestled on the Marianapolis Prep School campus serving ages 9-14. We offer daily activities in athletics as well as performing and visual arts. The Camp Stonewall community values respect, loyalty, independence and enthusiasm among all of campers and staff.
Registration Deadline: July 01, 2013
Financial Aid Available: No
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