Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The magazine's 2013 rankings came out Monday.
On mobile? You can see interactive map here. Newsweek has ranked the high schools nationally, but the criteria the magazine used leaves Framingham High School, Marian High School and Keefe Technical Regional High School, all based in Framingham, off of the list. For its rankings, Newsweek sent out a survey to more than 5,000 high schools in the U.S., with about 2,500 schools responding in 2013. You can see the details about the ranking, and every other ranked high school by clicking on the markers in the interactive map above. The survey scores were then weighted and calculated using several criteria including on-time graduation and college acceptance rates. In addition, instead of averaging the number of courses offered, this year …
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Framingham High students win individual acting and set design awards, too.
Congrats to Framingham and Marian high schools for qualifying for the semifinals in the Massachusetts State Drama Festival. Framingham High School Drama Company's performance of Dark of the Moon Saturday morning at Sharon High School earned them a spot in the semifinals. Marian High performed Dog Sees God at Attleboro High School Saturday to earn its spot in the semifinal round. Yesterday, March 2, 14 high schools hosted more than 100 drama companies in the preliminary round. Three schools from each of the 14 venues qualified for the semifinals. Framingham High is one of the hosting venues for the semifinal rounds, which will take place Saturday March 9. Schedule for who will perform and what time was not available when this was published…
Friday, November 23, 2012
The Marian High School Girls Soccer Team was awarded the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association 2012 Soccer Team Sportsmanship Award.
The Marian High School Girls Soccer Team has been awarded the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) 2012 Soccer Team Sportsmanship Award. The honor was presented at the State Soccer Championships Saturday, Nov. 17.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Valerie Enge is captain of the Marian High girl's soccer team and was named a finalist in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Player of the Week program.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Valerie Enge, a senior at Marian High School in Framingham, was named a finalist in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Player of the Week program. Enge is a captain of the Marian High girl’s soccer team and has played on the Varsity team since her freshman year. She is the daughter of Eric Enge and Beth Dill of Southborough.
Friday, September 28, 2012
The owner-president grew up in Framingham and attended Marian High School.
As the United Nations General Assembly gathers in New York this week to talk about keeping the world safe, a Framingham company is looking out for the security of the attendees themselves. Security Detection, a Framingham-based security company, has been called on for the second year to provide metal detectors and X-ray machines for the annual meeting, reported Boston.com. The company has also provided the equipment for Super Bowls, NBA All-Star Games, Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla., and for the Dalai Lama's U.S. visits, according to their website. "We do a lot of traveling," said Mike White, president and owner of Security Detection told Boston.com. White grew up in Framingham, attending Marian High School and then took classes at …
Monday, April 30, 2012
Framingham Police said while they have not spoken to the mother, that the girl has been located and the mother is with her.
Update: 2:30 p.m. Framingham Police said while they have not spoken to the mother, that the girl is with her mother and has been found. *** UPDATE 10:55 a.m. - Framingham Police has informed Framingham Patch the teen has been located. *** Update 10:16 a.m.: We are hearing she has been found, but have not received confirmation from the family or the police. *** Jamie Nicole Nelson, 17, of Framingham has been missing since Friday night. She was last seen wearing a black Northface jacket and her Marian High softball uniform. She was visiting her dad in Lincoln, RI, according to her mom Lisa. Her mother said is "not like her to not contact anyone for this period of time." She is about 120 pounds and 5’5 with blond hair and brown eyes. She …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Marian High School is hosting an evening of a cappella music featuring Boston University's Dear Abbeys and West High's Town Criers Saturday night.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Marian High School is hosting an evening of a cappella music featuring Boston University's Dear Abbeys and West High's Town Criers Saturday night from 7:30 to 9. Tickets will be sold at the door. $10 per person, $5 for students and seniors citizens 60+. The Dear Abbeys are Boston University’s all-male a cappella group. Founded in 1992, the singers won the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) in 2005. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Dear Abbeys. They will release a new album in April to mark the occasion
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
A Framingham Police sponsored community meeting Tuesday night brought to light neighborhood issues concerning parking, trash and parties by college students.
Communication and mutual respect were the repeated themes during a community meeting at the Framingham Police Department. The meeting was called by the Police Department in response to concerns by residents of the neighborhood formed by Raymond Street, Nelson Street and Union Avenue. A fight on Raymond Street after a Sept. 30 party, in which someone suffered a stab wound from a bottle, precipitated the meeting. Large parties by college students, trash littering the streets and parking were the primary issues expressed by the residents. “We want to start with your concerns and come up with possible resolutions,” said Officer Sean D. Riley, the department’s housing liaison officer. About 20 residents gathered in a room on the second floor of…
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Baseball, softball and lacrosse teams show improvement.
The Marian High spring sports teams all appear to be on the ascendancy. The individual teams are generally young, with many underclassmen on rosters. But for the most part, those sophomores and juniors have experience and are joined by talented freshmen. The combination should bring more wins to each program. BASEBALL: It is all about pitching and good defense Marian will depend on its solid defense and good pitching to do well this year, according to Nick Faggas, who is in his third year as head coach. “We have three solid pitchers and our defense is much better,” said Faggas. The team went 9-11 last year and a solid group of sophomores and juniors gained valuable experience. “These kids have seen good competition and taken their licks. …
Thursday, March 10, 2011
The Belfast Cowboys will hold a CD release party tomorrow night, Friday, March 11 at Nobscot's Cafe at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will benefit Project Children.
It’s Thursday, and you have no idea what you’ll do for the weekend. Framingham Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for your done-work-outta-here time. 1. ASHOKEN FAREWELL AND CIVIL WAR-ERA MUSIC WHERE/WHEN: Amazing Thing Art Center, Friday at 8 p.m. WHY GO: The music! Kick up your heels with American Composer Jay Unger and Molly Mason. You don't want to miss this performance! This show is co-sponsored by Amazing Things and Framingham Reads Together 2011, the Framingham Public Library's "One Book, One Community" program based on the theme: "The Civil War-On The Battlefield And The Home Front" - Amazing Things www.framinghamlibrary.org/framreads.htm PRICING: $24, $23 for students and seniors and $21 for members 2. THE…