At Marino Campus, we know that some of the best opportunities for growth and learning happen outside of the classroom. Our students make new, lifelong friends. They eat lunch together, participate in games, and talk about their day; in short-they become part of a community. Marino Campus offers numerous enrichment opportunities through clubs, seminars, and special events. Campus clubs are interest-based and include music, art, fitness, leadership, and community involvement. We encourage our students to start new clubs to meet demand.
Being part of a community means supporting one another. Occasionally, students have concerns that need to be addressed. Our staff has an "open-door" policy so that students know that their welfare is our top priority.