What grades are offered by Marian University Preparatory School?
Marian University Preparatory MU Prep) is currently enrolling full-time students in grades K–10 for the 2023–2024 academic school year. While not currently enrolling students in grades 11–12, we will be expanding to serve students in grades 11-12 in the future.
Who is eligible to apply?
MU Prep is available for students in grades K–10 residing in the following locations:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
What does it cost to attend Marian University Preparatory School?
Marian University Preparatory School is a private school. We provide licensed teachers and instructional materials. Students and families will be responsible for providing some school supplies, such as printer ink and paper. Because our students learn online, a computer with an internet connection is required. Loaner computers are available for families based on demonstrated financial need. Our enrollment consultants can help address your technology and computer questions and needs.
|MU Prep Full-Year Tuition||$7,500|
|MU Prep Semester Tuition||$3,750|
|MU Prep-Indiana Hybrid Full-Year Tuition||$7,500|
|MU Prep-Indiana Hybrid Semester Tuition||$3,750|
Is tuition assistance or financial aid available?
MU Prep welcomes families to use any tuition services available within their state or community, and our enrollment consultants will work with families on their options.
For students of MU Prep-Indiana, Indiana's Choice Scholarship Program provides scholarships to eligible students to offset tuition costs at participating schools. Students must satisfy both household income requirements and student eligibility criteria to qualify.
Do you provide textbooks and instructional materials?
Yes, we provide textbooks and instructional materials. These books and materials depend on the student's grade level and the courses they're enrolled in.
Can my child work at their own pace?
The elementary program is self-paced and flexible within the parameters of the curriculum. Middle and high school students complete lessons in synchronous and asynchronous sessions and are expected to complete quizzes, tests, and other assignments in a timely manner.
What subjects will my child study?
Core courses are offered in language arts, math, science, history, and religion. Other courses in the appropriate grade levels include art, health or physical education, music, world languages, and more. High school students can choose from a variety of electives. Students can also access credit recovery courses.
Does my child need a computer to attend?
Yes. However, based on financial need and eligibility, MU Prep may loan a computer to each enrolled student to support the learning process upon request. These computers are MU Prep instructional property and must be returned when the student leaves the school. MU Prep will arrange for technical support and troubleshooting for these systems. Each family will need to secure their own internet service provider.
How is MU Prep associated with Marian University?
In accordance with its mission, Marian University created Marian University Preparatory School to diversify the educational delivery system that provides access and success for students at every stage of their academic journey. Students at MU Prep-Indiana who enroll in the hybrid learning option will have access to the university's campus, technologies, staff, and resources.
How do students interact socially?
Students spend time with classmates online and through school outings, field trips, and other activities. In addition to school-based clubs, K12 online national clubs help connect students with like interests and passions.
What career preparation and networking opportunities will be available?
Students will have the chance to pursue in-person or virtual internships, apprenticeships, and other work-related experiences. Through relevant and authentic applications, this experiential approach to education mimics the real-world environment of the workplace. The school will weave project-based learning opportunities and professional skills development into all aspects of each student's education.
What college preparation programs will be available?
At MU Prep, students can begin preparing for college as early as middle school, explore majors prior to entering college, and earn college credits through dual enrollment opportunities. Professional career coaches advise students on college applications, financial aid, résumés, networking, interviewing, internships, and more.
What is the attendance policy?
All enrolled students must attend 180 instructional days per school year. The total instructional days are prorated based on the student's start date. The daily amount of expected instructional time is five hours for grades K–5 and six hours for grades 6 and up.