ALUMNI & FRIENDS
FACULTY & STAFF
The Jesuit tradition of educating the "whole person" is hallmark to Marquette High, and is what sets it apart from every other high school in the state of Wisconsin.
The Alumni Network is more than 14,600 strong with graduates residing in all 50 states and 33 countries.
The Graduate at Graduation
Blue Ribbon School
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For nearly 160 years, Marquette High has delivered an exceptional, college-preparatory experience to young men, helping them developing spirituality, emotionally, intellectually, artistically, morally and physically. Students are immersed in a respectful, challenging, and caring environment and become part of a diverse community.
During their four years, students will develop their faith and acquire an awareness of the dignity and needs of all people. Upon graduation, they will join a distinct and vast network of Marquette High alumni around the world who are Christ-like "Men for Others."
Why Marquette High?
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Marquette High’s core curriculum with a strong emphasis on the humanities equips students with the ability to speak and write well, to think critically and analyze issues.
Students seeking a college-level challenge in the classroom can find it through AP courses. 726 AP exams were administered in 17 subjects.
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Marquette High seeks to create a diverse community where students are challenged to see the world from perspectives they've never experienced -- be it geographic, cultural, or socio-economic.
Marquette High offers more than 50 different homerooms and after-school clubs, including debate, robotics, Latin, Key Club, Best Buddies, rock climbing and improvisation.
Student Health Service
Summer Immersion Trips
Faith & Service
As a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, Ignatian spirituality, a spirituality for everyday life, guides students in their faith development through individual and group activities -- academic and experiential.
Men for Others
The service program at MUHS enables students to realize that their talents and gifts are to be developed for the good of the human community in pursuit of the Jesuit ideal of becoming "Men for Others."
Faith Life at MUHS
Three Holy Companions Chapel
At MUHS, 90% of students will play a interscholastic or club sport during their four years. At least one no-cut varsity sport and freshman teams are fielded every season in every sport.
The intramural program is enjoyed by 70% of students each year and offers basketball, dodgeball, kickball and indoor soccer. It's all for fun. No experience necessary.
Student Athletic Code
Noack Strength & Fitness Center
Sport Camps - Current Students
Sport Camps - Youth
Junior Hilltoppers Youth Sports
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We Are Marquette!
Supporting Marquette High helps the school achieve three key objectives: Deliver an optimal college prep curriculum for the 21
century; Help every student succeed and flourish; and, Keep an MUHS education financially accessible to qualified students from a broad range of economic backgrounds.
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