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Join friends and family at the 14th Annual Family Tailgate sponsored by the Mothers Guild and Fathers Club on Friday, Aug. 21, from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. at Hart Park Pavilion. Online reservations due Monday, Aug. 17.
Spaces are still available in the Forensics Day Camp for boys and girls entering grades 6 thru 9. Whether your student is a seasoned competitor or brand new to forensics, this camp will help them reach their goals and be ready for the 2015-2016 forensics season. Click here to learn more: Summer EXPLORE!
Freshman Fall Sports Start Dates:
Sophomore, Junior and Senior Fall Sports Start Dates:
Marquette High does not provide a school supply list prior to the start of school. Individual teachers will let students know at orientation or on the first day of classes what supplies are required or recommended for their courses. Parents who want to get a jumpstart on getting school supplies for their sons can use the following general list: loose leaf paper, printer paper, spiral notebooks, file folders, three-ring binders, pens, pencils, a sturdy backpack, a pencil case, a flash drive and a calculator (TI-84 for all courses except Calculus; TI-89 for AB and BC Calculus). All textbooks should be purchased prior to the start of school. MUHS Book List 2015-16 v 4 REV 7-27-15.pdf
Freshman and Transfer Student Orientation will be held Monday, Aug. 24, from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. The school will provide a free box lunch. Students will have an opportunity to meet one another and their teachers before the entire school community gathers on Tuesday, Aug. 25, for the first full day of classes.
The MUHS Community will read Rocket Boys by Homer Hickam as its 2015 HilltoppeREAD. All MUHS students should read the book over the summer break in preparation for book discussions, assemblies, and classroom assignments during the first quarter of the school year. The HilltoppeREAD title will not appear on the MUHS book list; instead families are encouraged to secure a copy of the book through their local public library or the Doerr Library, purchase a copy online at Amazon or Barnes and Noble, or order it through your favorite book store. Families with more than one son attending MUHS could share a copy. For questions, contact Mrs. Ann O'Hara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marquette High is committed to providing wholesome, satisfying and nutritious meals which help to support good health, learning and the overall well-being of each student who chooses to purchase meals at school. Flik Independent Dining is offering several meal plan options for the first semester. Go to: FLIK Dining for information. FLIK will accept meal plan payments and be available to answer meal plan questions on Friday, Aug. 21, during Registration hours in the Cannon Commons. Questions can be sent to Chef/Manager Brett Muellenbach, email@example.com.
Marquette High was named Boys Sports Program of the Year by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The honor is determined by a point system based on a school's performance in WIAA tournaments. Arrowhead won the overall boys/girls program award. (Photo by Mike McLoone.)
The 2015-16 school year will begin with Registration Day on Friday, Aug. 21. This is a required attendance day. Freshman Orientation is Monday, Aug. 24, and the first day of classes for all students is Tuesday, Aug. 25. Click on the news item for additional key dates for the 2015-16 school year.
The following students were named to the MUHS 2014-15 Semester 2 Honor Roll. To earn first honors a student must achieve a grade point average between 3.6 and 4.1. To earn second honors a student must achieve a grade point average between 3.2 and 3.59. Semester 2 Honor Roll
Fox6 Sports Director Tom Pipines featured students from Mrs. Bonesho's Comparative Studies class in a story of how they were moved by the devastation that resulted from the massive earthquakes in Nepal last month. The students were instrumental in setting up a school-wide fundraiser to aid the people there and to help fellow students realize that there’s a world outside the one they live in.
Students will be able to access their AP exam scores online in July 2015. Students will need to have their AP number from the 2015 exams. The wallet size card that was removed from the back of the AP Student Pack contains this information. Students should sign up for a College Board account at apscore.org, if they have not done so already.
Current students are being encouraged to register now for summer opportunities through the Noack Strength & Fitness Center. Programs include athletic workout sessions, pre-season camps, speed & agility camp and vertical jump camp. Click here for Registration Form. For more information, visit Noack Strength & Fitness Center. Parents or students with questions may contact Coach Mike Duehring, director of performance and fitness, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a student accepts a Wait List spot at a different college than was originally reported, please email Ms. Sahagún at email@example.com with the change. Also, report to her the name and dollar amount of any additional scholarships that may be awarded over the summer. A final transcript will be submitted by mid-June to the college attending indicated on the blue College Report form. No additional form or transcript fee is required.
Signatures 2015, the annual student literary and arts magazine, is viewable online. The award-winning student-produced Signatures showcases the writing and visual arts of the student body each year.
The Jesuit Honor Society held its formal induction ceremony of new members for 2015-2016 on April 28 in the Three Holy Companions Chapel. Students were formally inducted in recognition of their selection as young men who represent the qualities of the Graduate at Graduation. The new members are:
Marquette High will outsource its spirit wear sales to Lids Team Sports beginning in June 2015. The change offers many benefits to our families, including the ability to purchase customized, branded, print-on-demand apparel and accessories, and more options for women and youth sizes and larger men’s sizes. The site will sell Nike-brand clothing in addition to several house brands. We will email all families when the new Lids site is open. The current Topper Shop is closed as we are liquidating inventory. Students will have an opportunity to purchase items at 30-40% off in the coming week. We will communicate that to students during announcements. If you have any questions, email Katie Hess at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visual Image Photography, known as VIP, offers the online purchase photos of MUHS events. Check out the events from the 2014-2015 school year, including Graduation, at http://shop.vipis.com/f553692646
Class of 2000 Alumnus Tony Gonzalez received a surprise visit from Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for his work at Milwaukee College Prep, a free, K-8 public charter school serving students in the central city of Milwaukee. Milwaukee College Prep is a feeder school to Marquette High. Watch video.
The daily announcements to students are being recorded each day and posted on the school's website. Files will be available by 1 p.m. each day. To access them go to: Daily Announcements. (ink located on the Parents portal.)
2014-2015 School & Daily Schedules