Marquette University High School founded in 1857, is a four-year college preparatory school for boys conducted by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). The curriculum is college preparatory only. MUHS is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
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Enrollment for 2022-2023
- 897 young men from more than 150 parochial, private and public grade schools and middle schools in five counties
- Freshman class enrollment 242
- Students of color enrollment 33%
- Non-Catholic student enrollment 22%
All course offerings with full descriptions can be found under Academics. MUHS offers a variety of Advanced Placement and Honors courses. In addition to the minimum academic requirement of 23 credits for graduation, all students must complete the Freshman Fitness Program, Freshman Retreat, Sophomore Retreat and 130 Service Program volunteer hours.
Because MUHS has selective admissions and a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum, a cumulative ranking system does not fairly and accurately represent a student's relative achievement. Therefore, MUHS does not rank its students.
All students are prepared for admission to college.
- The mean GPA for MUHS students is 3.26.
- The MUHS 5-year ACT score average is 27 with 100% of the class taking the test.
- During the past three years, MUHS has had the following National Merit Scholar average:
- 10 National Merit Finalists
- 10 Semi-finalists
- 5 Commended Seniors
- 85 Total Number of Faculty
- 4 Jesuit Faculty and Administrators
- 27 Lay Women
- 48 Lay Men
- 47% of the faculty have taught 10 or more years at MUHS
- 75% hold a master's degree or higher
- Faculty to Student Ratio - 1:11
- Average Class Size - 21
Typically 97% of MUHS graduates go on to attend a four-year college or university.
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