“Respect and Responsibility”

Welcome to Marcellus Middle/High School’s web page. We appreciate your interest in Marcellus Public Schools, a great educational organization with a commitment to provide every student with academic challenges and the support necessary for individual success. These pages are intended to provide information to the parents, students, staff, and any other person who is interested in our school system.

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Marcellus High School

303 West Arbor Street
Marcellus, MI 49067

School Hours: 7:50am – 2:55pm
Half Day Dismissal: 11:06am

Mrs. Lynn Wagner
Mr. Don Price
Dean of Students
Ms. Lindsey Newell
Mrs. Korinne New
Mrs. Nicole Powell

Homework Hour

Monday - Friday: 3:15pm – 4:15pm
Students may drop in, but are required to stay the entire hour.

Upcoming Events

Quiz Bowl (2023)

Winter Formal 2022

High School: America’s Best!

Marcellus High School was recently included in U.S. News list of 2018 Best High Schools.  Less than 30% of schools earn this recognition  and Marcellus High School is proud to have made the list in 2015, 2016 and in 2018!  

To be included in the rankings, students had to perform better than statistically expected on state math and reading proficiency tests, minority and/or economically disadvantaged students had to outperform state averages, and the school’s graduation rate had to surpass the graduation rate benchmark.  Marcellus High School met all the criteria and was named a bronze badge winner.

Marcellus Community Schools is extraordinarily proud of our students, teachers, building leadership, and parents for this accomplishment.  The tradition of academic excellence continues thanks to our dedicated school community. Great Things are Happening in Marcellus!

Mission Statement

All students will be provided opportunities to acquire their educational potential as well as character traits leading to development of informed citizenship.