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High Schools 2018-10-02T16:07:02+00:00

Our High School Marathons

Fishers High School

Amount Raised: $100,426.87

  • First PUDM HSDM to hit 100K
  • The Riley families love their marathon and their big event, fishers fashion show

Franklin Central High School

Amount Raised: $45,821.78

  • Have a very organized board with lots of committees covering specific aspects of their marathon
  • Treated the Riley kids like rock stars at their marathon

Hamilton Southeastern High School

Amount Raised: $51,034.29

  • This school hit 50K for the first time this year
  • Had a dance battle this year that was super fun and involved all of the students

   Harrison High School

Amount Raised: $11,402.24

  • Only a 2nd year marathon but raised over 10K both years!
  • Their theme hours are really popular with the students

Herron High School

Amount Raised: $14,435.76

  • This school has such a great atmosphere. The students are always dancing and really enjoying themselves.
  • They also have outdoor games which gives them more room!

   Mooresville High School

Amount Raised: $8,324.61

  • Unique because they have their marathon after school leading up to a basketball game where they do their total reveal which brings together the whole school

Pioneer High School

Amount Raised: $8,471.02

  • Marathon is during school and the reveal is at a pep rally at the end of the school day
  • Small school with a lot of passion

  Twin Lakes High School

Amount Raised: $9,618.24

  • Super fun activities throughout their marathon like face painting and 9 square
  • All of their games and activities involved the Riley kids which made them all feel special

West Lafayette High School

Amount Raised: $25,004.23

  • WLDM has super energized students ready to have fun! They do minute to win it games between color tracks which creates friendly competition!

  Battleground Elementary School

Amount Raised: $1,269.41

  • Battleground elementary’s dance marathon is organized by PUDM’s HSMR committee.
  • The advisor started the marathon because her daughter was president of PUDM in 2014, Justine Geisler.

Klondike Elementary School
Amount Raised: $3,253.17

  • This klondike elementary nuggets have so much passion at such a young age!
  • Their student council picks their theme and learns the morale dance for their after school marathon.

Interested in starting your own High School Marathon?

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our High School Marathon Relations Executive, Lexie Elliott at hsrelations@pudm.org

If you’re interesting in setting up your own high school marathon, click the button below to fill out an interest form