Marquette University High School celebrated its National Collegiate Signing Day Feb. 7, as MUHS student athletes committed to continuing their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.
MUHS in the News
It's report card season for schools as well as students, and Marquette University High School is proud to have been recognized as the highest rated high school in southeastern Wisconsin and No. 3 in the state, based on recent accountability scores by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
More than 400 elementary and middle school-aged students visited Marquette University High School Nov. 11-12 for a FIRST Lego League Robotics Competition.
FIRST, which stands for "For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology," is a nonprofit organization centered on promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics in the next generation of leaders in society. The event was hosted by Team 1732 -- Hilltopper Robotics, which is a FIRST Robotics team comprised of MUHS students and Divine Savior Holy Angels High School students.
Senior Nick Cheung, who has been a part of three of MUHS' state soccer championship teams, was named a High School Hot Shot by Fox 6. View the video.
On Saturday, Nov. 11, the Hilltopper volleyball team beat Kaukauna to win the WIAA Division 1 State Championship. It is MUHS' ninth volleyball championship in school history, which is now tied for the most titles in WIAA history. Read JSOnline story.
The Hilltoppers beat Arrowhead 2-1 to win the WIAA Division 1 State Championship. The Hilltoppers won their fourth straight state title, their seventh in eight years and 13th since 2000. Read JSOnline story.
Dr. John Mather, a Nobel Prize winning astrophysicist whose work is credited with confirming the Big Bang Theory, recently visited with MUHS students. View the CBS 58 news report.
Alumnus Michael Maher '00 received his third Grammy for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album in 2016 as a member of the band Snarky Puppy. He credits MUHS Band Director Randy Skowronski as a major influencer in his music life. Go to WauwatosaNow Story.
Alumnus Matthew Von Rueden '07 and Teacher Marie Mansfield are featured in a Catholic Herald story about the Pro-life March in Washington, D.C., and MUHS's Hilltopper Defending Life group. Read article.
Science Teacher Joe Meyer answered the Pope's call to care for God's creation by founding the Laudato Si' Project, which promotes environmental appreciation and care within the Catholic community. The Catholic Herald published a feature story on the program. Go to Catholic Herald Story.