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MHS Class T-shirts

for 1st day of school

Deadline for orders is Friday, May 24.  The cost is $15.

Turn in order form & money to Mrs. McFarland.  T-shirts will be ready for pick-up at MHS registration in August. Sign up for Remind for updates about pick-up times and locations.

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eSports had an outstanding first year . . .  Sam Carver reported the following results:


Our League of Legends team (The A Team) finished the regular season with a record of 5-3 and tied for #16 in the state. They continued on through the state playoffs making it to the quarter finals and the top 8 teams in the state, out of 64 teams that participated. We were knocked out by the Searcy Lions who went on to compete in the championship game.


Members of this team:

Keegan Krause 

Steve Chen

Joshua Burns

Maggie Su

Cody Howton

Brandon Lewis

Jodie Hamlin


Our first Rocket League team (Total Blowout) finished tied for #13 in the regular season with a record of 5-3. They were knocked out in the first round of playoffs by Shiloh Christian School.


Members of this team: 

Trevion Reed

Cameron Sullivan

Mitarius Jacobs

Abbigail Nemenz

Alexandria Jenkins


Our second Rocket League team (Top Tier Scorers) finished tied for #6 in the regular season with a match record of 6-2. They made it to the second round of playoffs before losing to Lakeside High School.


Members of this team: 

Jevoncea Hayes

Quincy Bedinger

Trenton Knighten

Andrew Fraley




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👏Only 10 students were chosen for the CHAMPS camp this summer at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Crittenden, and 5 were from MHS!✨
❤️💙Sam Smith, Taylor Harris, and Clay Aureli. Not pictured is Alexis Bynum and Arnesha Le'Flore. 
🤗Pictured on the far right is Lauren Catt who was chosen to participate in a week long medical camp at ASU for aspiring Medical Professionals. Way to go students! The Med-Pro-Ed program is especially proud of these outstanding students! 💙❤️


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10th and 11th grade   

2019 Semester Test Schedule


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Lunch is provided

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💙❤️The MHS Administration did NOT disappoint this year with their rolling Appreciation Station celebrating TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK! ☕️ 🍩The teachers were treated to coffee, donuts and Chick-Fil-A biscuits, and if they were lucky they got a special visit from Mr. Crymes the SNACK FAIRY! 🧚🏻‍♀️ 💙❤️

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🎓❤️🎓The SENIOR WALK tradition continues! The MHS Class of 2019 walked through the halls & classrooms of HCGC, MST, & VPA. 👏This parade of graduating Seniors gives them a chance to hug the necks of former teachers , but also to show the “littles” what all they have to look forward to.

❤️😭Were not crying, you’re crying!! 🥺❤️

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2019 Congressional Art Competition Winners from Marion High School

People’s Choice Award  –  Folaoluwakemi Shofu

Painting finalist   –  Sophia Rodriguez

Painting Finalist    –  Kristina Lara


Mrs. Castle hosted 2 Blood Drives this year and received 101 units.  This will provide a $1,000 scholarship for a senior who has given blood to help save lives. 

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A few pictures from today

Blood 5   Blood 6

Blood 1    Blood 2

Blood 3    Blood 4




Earthworm dissecting day in Mrs. Dungan's class

Dungan 1   Dungan 2

Dungan 3   Dungan 4

Dungan 6



Case 1    Case 2    Case 3


Art on the Levee is an event hosted by DeltaArts that is a local fundraiser geared toward helping young artists showcase their works. This event is a closed application event, meaning artists must apply to be showcased. For the first time, DeltaArts invited a student under the age of 18. Our very own Case Fesmire showcased 3 art pieces and each of them received bids. So many people were there to see his work and his paintings received a lot of attention. Case will receive 50% of the profits from the bids on his work. 







✨Senior Awards assembly will be held in the MPAC on May 14th at 6:00 p.m.🏆

✨Soph/Jr. Awards assembly will be held in the MPAC on May 15th at 1:30 p.m.🏆



School Choice


🌟🏀 2019 Arkansas State Champions!!🌟🏀
💙❤️The Marion High School Basketball team was recognized today at the State Capitol in Little Rock. 🔴⚪️🔵They were welcomed by our Arkansas Representative, Dr. Deborah Ferguson and Milton Nicks.🔴⚪️🔵

Basketball at Capital 1

basketball at Capital 2

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🏆Marion Patriots 5A Champs!!🏆
We cannot express the gratitude we have for all the support shown by students, faculty, staff, and ESPECIALLY the community. We are TRUELY #ONEpatriotONEcommunity


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💙❤️Marion Patriot students showed up & showed out this chilly morning for an amazing send off for the Boys Basketball team as they make their way to Hot Springs today for the 🏆STATE CHAMPIONSHIP! 🏆 Join the Patriots Thursday March 7 at Bank of the Ozark Arena in Hot Springs @ 4:00. Listen on KWYN 92.5 FM or watch on AETN, OR stream the game at!


Basketball Team


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On Saturday, MHS competed in the ACTM Regional Math Contest and brought home AMAZING results! Go Patriots!!!!!!!

Algebra II
2nd Place: Lidia Belete
Honorable Mention: Malea Barlow

2nd place: Josie White
3rd place: Reid Bunn 
Honorable Mentions: Cole Donnelly, Jackson Tilley

3rd place: Alexis Bass 
Honorable Mention: Morgan Whited

1st place: Wesley Barrett
2nd places: Jackson English 
Honorable Mention: Quincy Robinson


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Math 3



Students in Mr. Davis shop class are building an office at Hope House.





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MHS’s Troupe 1967 would like to give a huge thank you to everyone who came out to watch their performance of “CHECK, PLEASE”. It was a job well done all around! 

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Shaka Bogan

Indoor State Champ 60 Hurdle

and new State record holder 8.02. Previous mark 8.22.


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60 m dash results

Shaka Bogan 3rd 

Rian Green 5th 

Anthony Price 7th 

200m dash results

Shaka Bogan 2nd 

Rian Green 6th



❤️💙MHS introduces 2nd Chance Breakfast for students that may have missed the typical breakfast served in the cafeteria before school. ✨✨

2nd Chance Breakfast will be served in the main building lobby

approximately 9:25-9:45AM. ✨✨

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#4 of Top 10 plays

Marion vs Nettleton

January 8, 2019




The HAC (eSchool Plus Family App)

is now working for parents to check grades

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Marion High School graduate on her Grammy Nomination
Watch it live on CBS February 10th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles


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Choir pic


Marion High School Choir Photos

taken by

Smith Artisan Photography

You can purchase prints or digital downloads.

Please share with anyone you know who may be interested.

Thanks so much!

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October 31, 2018

🎃🖤🧡Mrs. Rainey’s Interact Club has done a 👻SPOOK-TACULAR👻job decorating the MHS Campus & offices!🖤🧡

🧛‍♂️🧟‍♂️ -Thank you Case Fesmires for snapping pics!🤗 


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UAMS-HOSA Partnership present, “A Day in the Life” program today, it’s the first of its kind within a single high school, 65 students attended, 14 local medical professionals.   Thank you newspaper and Sarah Parker for pictures.

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Introducing the Marion School District

School Based Health Clinic!!

(Pictured left to right) Sonya Lampley, J.C. Scott, Sharon Riggins, Ebony Lewis, Chasity Aikens, Marcus Davis

The hours are 7:30-3:30.  They will be closing for lunch daily for 30 minutes.  The clinic is open for all faculty and staff throughout our district.  Students will be referred by the district nurses.  They are staffed with a nurse practitioner, a nurse to assist her, and a front desk clerk.  There will be a full time mental health worker in the coming weeks and a part time social worker as well.   

WELCOME to our campus!! 



The continuing goal of Marion High School is that all students assume the responsibility for reaching their fullest educational and social potentials with the support of faculty, staff, administrators, parents and the community.