Marian Catholic High School celebrated five seniors in the Fine Arts Department during the school’s first-ever Fine Arts Signing Day on Tuesday, May 11. These students will be continuing their careers in band at the collegiate level.
“We were so happy to offer the opportunity to have an official ‘signing day’ for some of our band students who are receiving scholarships to continue their playing in college,” said Director of Bands Greg Bimm. “Every year, there are a number of band students who receive scholarship offers and it is great for them to have a day of recognition.”
The following students were honored at the event:
Regarded as one of the top band programs in the country, the Marian Catholic High School Band is a seven-time Bands of America Grand National Champion and is undefeated in Class A marching competition in Illinois since 1980. The five Fine Arts signees are part of a long legacy of success for the Marian Catholic Band program.
Marian Catholic High School is a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory high school within the Dominican tradition of study, prayer, community, and preaching. Marian Catholic students seek truth, exhibit personal responsibility, cultivate their individual talents, and demonstrate ethical leadership and Christian service. Visit www.marianchs.com for more information.