Maranatha High School… in the FUTURES Business

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Maranatha High School… in the FUTURES Business
Maranatha High School…
in the FUTURES Business
Your Future: Our Commitment
MARANATHA HIGH SCHOOL
A COLLEGE PREPARATORY CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
Grades 9 through 12
169 South Saint John Avenue, Pasadena, California 91105
Tel. 626.817.4000 | Fax 626.817.4040
www.Maranatha-HS.org
[email protected]
Non-Discrimination Policy:
Maranatha High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally
accepted or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its
educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
Community
forLife
• A community that gets to know you
• Involved and dedicated faculty
• Approximately 30 clubs, 41 sport teams, and multiple
extra-curricular activities
• Developing leaders in ASB, ministry, service, athletics,
and the arts
• Transforming youth through mentorship with
faculty and close relationships with peers
w w w.maranatha-hs.org/student-life
Education
for the Next
Generation
w w w.maranatha-hs.org/academics
• MHS is leading the way in integrating educational
technology
• 1:1 iPad program uses 21st Century skills in a digital
classroom
• At 85%, Maranatha’s Advanced Placement pass rate is
24% higher than the national average
• Students take 18 different AP exams
• Average SAT score of 2197 for top 10% of students
World
College Ready,
Changers
• Counselors begin your college plan the day you register and will work
with you until graduation
• Students are accepted to top schools such as Yale, USC, Dartmouth,
Cal Tech, UC Berkeley, New York University, Carnegie Melon, Rhode
Island School of Design, Emerson, as well as excellent Christian
schools such as Wheaton, Baylor, and Calvin College.
• MHS Alumni are not only book smart, but also have the propensity to
change the world
w w w.maranatha-hs.org/college -counseling
Authentic FAITH
Intentional Service
• Intentionally Christ-centered
• Understanding our studies and our world through the lens of the Gospel
• Putting faith in action in real world service
w w w.maranatha-hs.org/student-ministries
• Weekly chapels, school curriculum, and service and mission
opportunities provide a Christian worldview
INSPIRATION,
Character, SKILL
• Competitive athletic programs with over
40% of our varsity teams winning League
Championships and over 90% competing in CIF
play offs
• Average of 15% of MHS senior athletes go on to
play at the college level (5 times greater than the
national average)
• Developing skills with integrity, sportsmanship
and Character
w w w.maranatha-hs.org/athletics
Passions
PURSUING
• Extensive Fine and Performing Arts offreings both
curricularly and co-curricularly with experienced
and passionate faculty
• Performances of dance, song, theater, musical
theater, and orchestra in the Ambassador
Auditorium, also know as “the Carnegie Hall of the
West”
• Visual art showings and digital media exhibits
• Every Maranatha student finds a place to use their
creative energy
w w w.maranatha-hs.org/ar ts
Admissions
Maranatha is in the “futures” business… preparing this
generation of youth, our future, for THEIR future.
We make YOUR future, OUR commitment!
• 1:1 iPad program
• customized college preparatory instruction
• prepared for the college of your choice
• caring community
• strong relational nature
• intentionally Christ-centered
• real world service
• leadership preparedness
• competitive athletics
• exceptional arts
Maranatha is where you will become who you were
made to be.
Maranatha is waiting for you, it’s where you belong!
John Rouse
Director of Admissions
626.817.4020
Dan Bodwell
Assoc. Director of Admissions
[email protected]
626.817.4022
Debbie Middlebrook
Admissions Administrative Assistant
626.817.4021
w w w.maranatha-hs.org/admissions
The mission of Maranatha High School
is to prepare students for living lives of
purpose and distinction, as reflected by
character, competency and community,
by developing the whole student through
relationships, to honor the Lord Jesus
Christ.

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