Learn, Lead, and Serve in the Spirit of Mary's Magnificat


Welcome to the Magnificat Center for the Performing Arts. Our state-of-the-art theater can accommodate over 1,000 patrons, all with an excellent view of the stage. The stage has a 48-foot wide proscenium opening with 41 feet of depth and 25 feet of wing space both left and right.

There are computerized sound and lighting systems, over 100 lighting instruments, and a full orchestra pit. Other amenities include a spacious choral room, a dance studio with sprung-wood flooring, dressing rooms, a green room with lighted make-up mirrors, as well as a scene shop area for assembling props or set pieces, and a convenient loading dock for easy load-in/out. Another unique feature of the facility is the expansive lobby area, which is suitable for pre- or post-production receptions. We employ a fully trained, friendly staff to operate the systems and ensure that your time with us is very enjoyable.

If you would be interested in using the Magnificat Center for the Performing Arts for the purpose of staging a concert, dance recital, theatrical production or lecture, please call Dale Van Niel, Performing Arts Center Manager at Magnificat High School, at 440.331.1572 x284 or email dvanniel@maghs.org. Rental costs vary based on type of organization and facilities used. Tours can also be arranged by contacting Dale Van Niel.

National Champion Dance Team

Why an All Girls School?

Research demonstrates that young women achieve a higher level of academic success in an all-girl educational setting.

71% of girls’ school alumnae felt more prepared to transition to college than their counterparts from coeducational high schools.

The Goodman Research Group, Inc.

The combination of the community, the culture and the climate that an all-girls’ Catholic high school, offers young women makes for a powerful and transformative experience.

The students are more comfortable asking questions, allowing them to develop their own, best learning style.

National Foundation for Educational Research

Graduates of single-gender schools generally have an easier time with the transition to college.