Published : Wednesday, July 25, 2018 | 7:10 PM
Every year, new students comment on how welcomed they feel at Maranatha High School (MHS), and what a loving community this is. Maranatha faculty and staff are highly relational and involved in all areas of student life. Maranatha is a welcoming place because it truly does love each other and want to know every student.
Maranatha recognizes the need for students to develop as whole persons and the school is committed to training them to be skilled communicators, rigorous scholars, transformative disciples, and global stewards. Because of this recognition, we purposefully offer a wide selection of opportunities and activities to allow students to connect, find their niche, and develop leadership skills. MHS strive to encourage the interpersonal growth of each student through student activities, clubs, and other social opportunities. These opportunities prepare students to live balanced lives, learning to meet their rigorous academic responsibilities while celebrating and developing their God-given abilities and talents.
Maranatha also desire for each of its students to develop a personal relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ and a meaningful Christian worldview. Not only is faith integrated into every aspect of our curriculum, but Maranatha provides multiple extra and co-curricular opportunities to enhance their faith through all areas of living, learning, and serving. Students attend weekly chapels on campus to celebrate Jesus through the diverse Christian community of Maranatha. Mentoring, retreats, missions trips, and multiple service opportunities are also offered. The school is also committed to seeing its students live out Christ’s example of service to others. Its two school days of Community Service during Thanksgiving week are meant to stretch the students and staff to give them the opportunity to serve others with an attitude of grace and love as well as make a difference in the communities of the greater Los Angeles area.
Maranatha High School, 169 S. St. John Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 817-4000 or visit www.maranatha-hs.org.