Jesuit Identity

Jesuit Identity

The Jesuit order of Catholic priests and brothers has embraced the belief that true education should develop not only the intellect, but also moral and spiritual character.

A Marquette University High School education aims not only for the mind, but also the heart and soul. The experience is more than an acquisition of knowledge; it's a transformational education that challenges you to develop the goals and values that will shape the rest of your life. In the Jesuit tradition, the school aims at both academic excellence as well as the growth of the whole person in its task of preparing young men for college and subsequent leadership in the community. Therefore, it challenges and respects each student's talents, needs, and potential with a course of study that includes art, English, world languages, social studies, mathematics, music, physical education, science, speech, and theology.

There is a wide variety of co-curricular activities to facilitate healthy social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development. An active pastoral program, involving counseling, social service experience, retreats, and liturgies, promotes religious growth in Jesus Christ as the model and inspiration of our community. We invite you to learn more about the Society of Jesus, our unique Jesuit heritage.

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