Please read the following for an update on important information and upcoming events at Marlington High School.
The 2023 Yearbooks are HERE!
Class of 2024 SENIORS! IMPORTANT REMINDER
CAP & GOWN/GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENT ORDERS ARE DUE DEC. 1
If you have not ordered your Cap & Gown and Graduation items yet, please order soon.
The order deadline is Friday, Dec. 1.
Orders can be placed:
- Online at Jostens.com
- By phone or mail with the local Jostens office:
Jostens, PO Box 452, Uniontown, OH 44685
Parking Permits: $20.00 - checks made payable to Marlington High School
All students who drive to Marlington High School must purchase a parking permit
Students wishing to purchase a parking permit are permitted to do so on their assigned iPad pick up date listed below.
MHS parking permits are honored at Alliance High School, for Career Tech students.
Student Arrival / Early Dismissal
Students will enter the building at 7:30 a.m.
Morning Drop Off:
Parents will enter the drive on the East side of the building, off of Beeson Ave, near the tennis courts and baseball field.
Traffic flow is one way in the morning, entering from Beeson and moving towards the main parking lot.
Vehicles are to stay to the right of the drive. Students will exit the vehicle and enter the building at the Victory Bell doors.
Vehicles should then continue straight through to the South end of the parking lot, and exit on to Moulin Ave.
All other late student arrivals must take place at Door 1, near the main office (Victory Bell doors will lock at 7:40 a.m.)
Students will exit the building at 2:25 p.m.
Afternoon Pick Up:
Students will exit the building at the Victory Bell doors.
Parents can line up along the fence in front of the softball field.
Traffic flow is one way in the afternoon, exiting onto Beeson.
All other early dismissals must take place at Door 1, near the main office
Please remember to call the attendance office and call your student off if they are absent.
Student’s must turn in a note from their parent or doctor’s excuse upon returning to school.
All absences will remain unexcused until we have a note on file in the attendance office.
You will be able to locate your child’s bus information by going to our district website, “marlingtonlocal.org”. Navigate to “Parents” and then select “Transportation”. Click “Bus Information” to review instructions for E-Link. Your username and password will be the Student ID. If you have moved or the location of your child’s pick up has changed since last school year, please call the transportation office at 330-821-4027 or e-mail at [email protected] with the student’s name and address to make any changes.
In order to be eligible to participate in any interscholastic extracurricular activities, students in grades 7-12 must receive a passing grade in a minimum of five (5) one credit courses, or the equivalent, which counts toward graduation (Physical Education does not count)
Eligibility for next fall will be based on grades from this year’s 4th marking period (ending on June 8th, 2023)
In partnership with the Marlington Alumni Association, we are looking to connect students with experienced Marlington alumni to offer career guidance and support
Once a month we are hosting Career Talks, with alumni who have signed up through the MAA, to expose our students to different career paths.
Our first presentation was today, during Academic Assist. Please have a conversation with your student about the mentoring program, or career talk, and visit https://www.marlingtonalumni.org/program-overview.html for more information.
If interested in being assigned a mentor, students should visit the following website and complete the mentee questionnaire.
If your student needs a transcript sent somewhere please fill out the transcript request link on our website and Mrs. Goodwin will send their transcript.
If your student wants to attend a college or university be sure to fill out the FAFSA (Federal Student Aid) to see if you qualify for assistance.