For boys entering grades 6, 7, 8, 9
The AAA Program ("Triple A Program") stands for the three components of the program: Arts, Athletics, and Academics. Each of these three components will be incorporated into daily activities to build relationships, practice skills, and prepare students for a high school environment at Marquette High. The AAA Program captures a central priority of a Marquette High education: forming the whole person. In an active, fun, engaging learning environment, students will gain a small glimpse of life at Marquette High.
In the classroom, students will encounter lessons in mathematics, science, history, and creative writing, each taught by MUHS faculty. Fun and challenging lessons will prepare students for the active learning environment
at MUHS. In artistic fields, students will engage in music and theater activities, and try their hand at robotics, ceramics, and other art ventures. Coaches and student-athletes will also be involved in the program. Students will have an opportunity to interact with football, basketball and baseball coaches, as well as coaches from the ski team, swimming & diving, and other Hilltopper sports.
June 23 – 27 (Monday – Friday)
1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Instructors: Mr. Chris Ackels, Program Lead; MUHS Faculty - Science, Art, Math, History, Theology; MUHS Coaches; MUHS Student-Athletes
Minimum enrollment – 20; Maximum enrollment – 50