Kendall Gray Breaks Nine-Year Record, Becomes Maryvale's Top 800-Meter Runner
On December 6, Kendall Gray made history and broke a nine-year record by more than seven seconds to become Maryvale’s top 800-meter runner with a time of 2:25.62. Prior to Gray's outstanding run, one of Maryvale's greats, Glenna Sullivan, had held the record for nearly a decade with 2:32.90. Click here to view Kendall's IAAM Athlete of the Week article.
High School Placement Test (HSPT) on Saturday, December 14
The High School Placement Test (HSPT) will be given at Maryvale Preparatory School at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 14. Please arrive by 8:45 a.m. to the Erin McCarthy Humanities Hall--there will be directional signs on campus. Testing should be completed by 12:15 p.m.
In the event of inclement weather, a decision will be posted on this website on Saturday morning by 7:00 a.m.
Maryvale was selected to receive an award from the Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Foundation in the amount of $71,000. This award will be used to enhance technology through the purchase of LCD projectors, middle school laptops and other technology priorities.More
“We are thrilled to receive funding from the Knott Foundation,” said president Tracey H. Ford. “Following our school’s mission to prepare young women for life, Maryvale is dedicated to continuously integrating technology into our curriculum. Our technology program is one-of-a-kind and we look forward to strengthening school-wide education and enriching STEM disciplines thanks to the support of the Knott Foundation.”
Maryvale Captures IAAM B Conference Cross Country Title!
Maryvale captures IAAM B Conference cross country title! Senior Colleen Cook finished second behind sophomore teammate Kendall Gray. The Lions claimed their first title, beating second-place Bryn Mawr, 24-49. Read more here.
Catholic Charities Awards Anne Lindsey Otenasek Youth Service Award to Maryvale Students
Catholic Charities awarded Maryvale's Friends to Friends, a program that works with residents from the Gallagher Center, with the Anne Lindsey Otenasek Youth Service Award. The Anne Lindsey Otenasek Youth Service Award is given to high school students in recognition of outstanding volunteer service with Catholic Charities. The award is given in memory of Anne Lindsey Otenasek to honor and perpetuate the spirit that was the hallmark of her volunteer work at the agency's Gallagher Services. To view a video that highlights Maryvale's Friends to Friends program, please click here.