More than 400 elementary and middle school-aged students visited Marquette University High School Nov. 10-11 for a FIRST Lego League Robotics Competition.
MUHS in the News
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel featured a moving article about Marquette Academy (precursor to MUHS) graduate Harold Reily '13 and how his great niece is preserving his memory and those of the World War I generation.
The Hilltopper Soccer team defeated Sussex Hamilton Saturday, Nov. 3 for the team's 5th straight Division 1 State Championship.
After the Oct. 26 football game, the Hilltoppers invited Kenosha Indian Trail football players and coaches to pray with them in what was a wonderful display of Marquette High living its mission to be "Christ-like men for others."
Channel 58 aired a story Oct. 30 regarding senior Jack Kujawa's struggle with depression and his parents hope to eliminate any stigma associated with mental illness.
MUHS student Matthew Ceelen was profiled on My 24 Milwaukee, sharing the story of how a broken arm in a scrimmage set into motion saving his life.
Marquette High won the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Sports Boys Title for the fourth straight year.
African American students recent gathered for a celebration of "Building Bridges" at Marquette High.
MUHS students joined two other Catholic high schools for a local start to a civil rights pilgrimage that will visit five other cities in June.
Marquette University High School was recently rated as the highest performing high school in the state of Wisconsin, according to a new report by the Wisconsin Institute of Law and Liberty.