Men for Others since 1857


MUHS embraces the Jesuit concept of cura personalis -- care of the whole person. Senior Brian Brennan discusses how MUHS has challenged him to be a more well-rounded person. View Video

An MUHS education is highly rigorous. Our graduates are better prepared to do high-level college work than their counterparts at even the best public schools.

The high standards of an MUHS education extend to moral and spiritual development. Science Teacher Mr. Paul Fleisch discusses how this philosophy impacts his classroom, the school's STEM focus, and more. View Video

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Our graduates find doors opened to scholarships and other merit-based college aid that they may not otherwise receive, and are more likely to graduate college in four years.

MUHS is comprised of students from more than 150 private and public grade schools and middle schools. Sophomore Andy Sanchez discusses the friendships he developed within this dynamic environment. View Video

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An MUHS education is more affordable than you might think. MUHS awards about $3.1 million in aid each school year (five year-average).

MUHS represents faith, scholarship, and community. Social studies teacher Ms. Katie Egan discusses how our supportive community encourages each student to reach his full potential. View Video

MUHS embraces Ignatian Spirituality as a philosophy for everyday life. Theology teacher Mr. Vince Kostos discusses the process of guiding students through faith development. View Video


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