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Our Campus

Marian shares its beautiful 40-acre campus with the Servants of Mary, who built their motherhouse here nearly 100 years ago. In 1955, the sisters built Marian High School adjacent to their convent. In the years since Marian has continued to expand its campus footprint to provide programs and facilities that create the optimal learning environment for girls. You can explore all the highlights of our campus below.

Marian High School - Campus Map

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Plaza and Main Entrance
Haddix Academic Center
Servants of Mary Chapel
East Gym
West Gym
Weight Room
Harper Cafe
Mary Joy and Tal Anderson Performing Arts Center
Soccer Field
Tennis Courts
Fan Plaza and Concession Stand
Mary Higgins Softball Field
Marian Athletic Center
Track and Practice Field
OSM Cemetery
Prayer Garden
Our Lady of Sorrows Convent

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Main entrance plaza of Marian high school
Plaza and Main Entrance

The plaza features our six core values pillars and leads to the main entrance. All students and visitors must enter using these doors. Visitors are required to sign in at the main office.

Haddix Academic Center Internal view
Haddix Academic Center

Modeled after university libraries, the Haddix Academic Center was completed in 2019 and features state-of-the-art technology with different zones for learning, research, co-working and quiet study.

View of Marian's chapel from the back, rows of white chairs, cross in center, stained glass and light reflections
Servants of Mary Chapel

The chapel was renovated in 2019 to provide a retreat from the demands of the school day. It is used by classes and small groups for Mass, rosary and Eucharistic adoration.

Student serving volleyball over net in gym
East Gym

Built in 1997, the main gym seats more than 800 and hosts home basketball and volleyball games.

Marian's West gym (internal)
West Gym

Built in 1966, Marian’s original gym and auditorium are now used primarily as a practice gym. 

Student lifting weights in the weight room
Weight Room

Built specifically for girls, Marian’s weight room houses training for all varsity athletic teams. Equipment includes full-squat racks, airdyne bikes, trap bars, plyo boxes and hip thrust stations - all under the direction of a certified strength and conditioning coach.

Harper Cafeteria with blurry students in motion getting lunch
Harper Cafe

The kitchen and cafe were renovated in 2019 with enlarged food prep space, all-new appliances, and new flooring and lighting.

Marian's Performing Arts Center (exterior)
Mary Joy and Tal Anderson Performing Arts Center

Completed in 2013, the performing arts center features an auditorium that seats 400, dance studio, music room, and prop and scene shop, and more.

Arial view of turf soccer field
Soccer Field

2022 renovations to the soccer facility include a FIFA-regualtion turfed field, new press box and LED scoreboard. Marian has the largest high school soccer turf field in Omaha.

Marian Tennis courts
Tennis Courts

The tennis facility features four courts surfaced in bright green and Marian blue with new windscreens that are visible from the top of campus.

Outdoor athletic facilities plaza arch reading %22Marian Crusaders%22
Fan Plaza and Concession Stand

Concessions and restrooms are located here.

Arial view of Marian's softball field
Mary Higgins Softball Field

Updated in 2022, the field features a new press box, extended dugouts and pitching warm-up area.

Marian Athletic Center Exterior
Marian Athletic Center

The MAC features a golf training lab, two indoor softball batting cages, and a large wrestling space for practice and training.

Arial view of track with turf infield
Track and Practice Field

A six-lane synthetic track and a turfed infield were installed in 2022.

gate and entrance to the Servants of Mary graveyard
OSM Cemetery

After of a life of ministry, most of the sisters return to the motherhouse to retire. Since 1925, nearly all of the sisters have been buried here. Although a small religious order, the Servants of Mary played a significant role in Catholic education throughout Omaha.

Prayer garden lined with shrubbery and two students walking towards the camera
Prayer Garden

Landscape architect Dave Ciaccio designed the convent prayer garden. It includes a paved pathway from the sculpture of Jesus in the garden to the statue of Mary in the cemetery, inspired by a favorite Servite devotion “to Jesus through Mary.” Symbolic of Jesus’s coming into the world through Mary, we are reminded that we have a path to Christ through his Mother.

Servants of Mary convent exterior shot, brick building with Mary statue out front
Our Lady of Sorrows Convent

Built in 1925 the sisters moved their motherhouse and novitiate to Omaha to be more centrally located. An additon was built in 1955, doubling the size of the convent.