Class of 2023, Welcome to your senior year! We will be using this page to keep you informed of all the things you need to know for your last year at Marlington High School.
Cap & Gown/Announcements Delivery
Jostens orders were delivered on THURSDAY, MARCH 16. If you were not able to pick your order up on delivery day, please see Mrs. Mitchell in the main office.
Cap & Gown/Announcements
IMPORTANT REMINDER! ORDERS - DUE DEC. 2, 2022
If you have not ordered your Cap & Gown and Graduation items yet, please order as soon ASAP.
The order deadline was Friday, Dec. 2.
ORDERS CAN BE PLACED:
- Online at Jostens.com
- By phone or mail with the local Jostens office: Jostens, PO Box 452, Uniontown, OH 44685
Questions? Please contact our Jostens representative:
Phone: Rich Petro (330) 877-4700
Senior Pictures for the Yearbook
Your senior picture for the yearbook is due by APRIL 24, 2023. Your picture can be emailed to [email protected] or a hard copy image can be given to Mrs. McGuire. We are no longer accepting CDs. The image can also be sent over by your photographer via email. Images should have a resolution of 300 dpi, for hard copies wallet size or larger. Confirmation will be provided, upon receipt your digital image.
Parent Messages for the Yearbook
Do you want to congratulate your senior with a special message and photo in the yearbook? You can purchase a Senior Parent Ad for only $20 (Cash or check written to Marlington High School). Please send in your message and photo to Mrs. McGuire in room, or email [email protected]
Parent messages are due by APRIL 24, 2024.
Scholarship opportunities are added as we receive them on the Marlington High School Guidance Office webpage
ALL FEES; School Fees, Lunch Accounts, Technology Fund Charge and uniforms must be paid/turned-in to receive a transcript, participate at graduation (paid by June 1, 2023).
If you have further fee questions please call Mrs. Bogunovich at (330) 823-1300 ext. 4241 during normal school hours.
Senior Meetings: Mrs. Joyce will be conducting individual senior meetings with all seniors to go over graduation requirements, Ohio testing requirements, graduation SEALS, future plans and answer any questions they may have. Mrs. Arrington will be going on maternity leave October 10th and will return after Christmas break.
Graduating with Honors:
-Academic Honors: Graduating with a 3.62 cumulative GPA or higher (Counselors identify who qualifies for this)
-Honors Diploma: 4 credits of English, 4 credits of Math, 4 credits of Science, 4 credits of Social Studies, 3 credits of one Foreign Language or two years of two different Foreign Languages, 1 credit of a Fine Art, 3.5 or higher GPA, 27 or higher ACT. (Counselors will discuss this with students during their senior meetings)
-SEAL OF BILITERACY: The student is eligible to earn a high school diploma, the student has met one of the English language arts proficiency requirements and the student has satisfied one of the foreign language proficiency requirements.
(Students must meet with their counselor to initiate the process to be considered for a specialized diploma no later than February of their senior year.)
-HONORS DIPLOMA FOR CAREER-TECHNICAL EDUCATION: 4 credits of English, 4 credits of Math, 4 credits of Science, 4 credits of Social Studies, 4 Career Tech credits, 3.5 GPA, proficiency benchmark established for appropriate OHIO CAREER-TECHNICAL COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT or the equivalent, 27 ACT or 1280 SAT or WorkKeys, 2 Units of one world language, and students must complete a field experience and document the experience in a portfolio specific to the student’s area of focus. (Students must tell the counselors they wish to go for this honors diploma)
-STEM Honors Diploma: 5 credits of math, 5 credits of science, 3 credits of Social Studies, 3 credits of one world language or 2 credits of two different world languages, 1 credit of a Fine Art, 2 credits with a focus in STEM, 3.5 GPA, 27 on the ACT, Field Experience, Comprehensive portfolio of work. (Students must tell the counselors they wish to go for this honors diploma)
FAFSA: FAFSA opens October 1st! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid form is the application for federal financial aid for college and post-secondary training. It may also help you qualify for financial aid from the state of Ohio and at the institution of your choice. By filling this application out you’ll see what you qualify for. You may qualify for grants, which you do not need to repay. If you qualify for loans, federal loans have lower interest rates and you don’t start repaying until your student graduates.
Common Questions about FAFSA:
Can I apply for FAFSA if I am going to a trade school? YES!
Should I complete the FAFSA if I haven’t been accepted to college yet? YES!
Should I apply even if I already have a plan to pay for school? YES!
-Early Action: Most schools offer early action deadlines, which entail applying early and receiving an early admission decision. This is a great option for those who want an early admission decision without having to commit to a school. Early action does not require you to commit to attending the school should you get admitted.
-Early Decision: Similar to early action, early decision means applying to a college and getting an admission decision around mid-December. This comes with a binding agreement to enroll. If you get in, you must pay a nonrefundable deposit and immediately withdraw all of your other college applications. This is why students applying early decision should be completely set on attending a particular school.
-Regular Decision Deadline: These deadlines commonly fall in January or February but each school could be different.
Letters of Recommendation: Please fill out this google form to request a Counselor Recommendation Letter from your counselor. (Link also found on our website)
Records Requests: If you need a transcript, please request through the google form on our website. (Link also found on our website)