Marion Harding High School senior Garey Moaney is GEAR UP's September success story. Read about how he is inspiring a community of achievement with GEAR UP's help.
Marion City Schools is pleased to announce the opening of the Welcome Center, a one-stop shop approach to enrolling and transferring students.
The Welcome Center is located at 910 E. Church St. on the northwest corner of the intersection of East Church Street and Forest Lawn Boulevard.
Harding High School incoming freshman GPS (Graduate Pathways to Success) students start a three week program at Marion Technical College called Summer Bridge. This program is designed to help prepare students for the college experience.
Kennedy Kelly is our Gear-up student of the Month for August. Kennedy is sophomore attending The Ohio State University majoring in the field of Computer Science and Engineering. Her clubs that she is involved with includes, Women in Engineering Learning Community, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Association of Computing Machinery Woman's Chapter (ACMW) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). READ MORE
Michael Simpkins, a 1972 graduate of Marion Harding High School, has been named the recipient of the Harding Distinguished Alumni Award.
Be great. Study hard. Work hard.
Harding High School's seniors will get their share of advice as they graduate on Sunday. Harding Assistant Principal Mike Panamarczuk added his own during Thursday's annual senior breakfast.
Don't give up.
Actor and Marion native Billy Peck, who stars on the hit TV show "Gotham," spent Friday visiting with students at Taft Elementary School. He passed on much advice, leading to one major request.
"Have courage, be fearless in the pursuit of your dream and never give up," he said. "DREAM BIG!"
Read on to hear more about how Peck inspired Taft's students.
Congrats to Harding senior Taytum Ryan, GEAR UP's May Success Story. Learn how GEAR UP and Harding inspire Taytum.
Harding High School students and school administrators recently joined together in making a pitch to area investors that Marion's the place to be.
The Greater Marion Community Area New Development Organization, better known as Marion CAN DO!, held its May 4 Investors Meeting at the high school. Supporters at the meeting had the opportunity to hear Harding's logistics students present their own observations about why industries should locate in Marion.