Welcome to MUHS
As an alumnus and now principal for more than a decade, I have seen how Marquette High is a special community of students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends. We invite you to explore this Web site to learn about our academic program, our mission, our history, our co-curricular offerings, our Catholic identity in the Jesuit tradition and much more.
Academic excellence has been a hallmark of a Marquette High education for more than 150 years. Faculty and staff work tirelessly to see that each student reaches his potential. While challenging and developing our students' intellect, faculty are committed to cura personalis, care for the whole person. The performance of our students stands as a testimony to the exemplary education they receive. Marquette High was one of only 23 private schools in the United States and the only Wisconsin high school recognized as a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. This is the highest honor given by the U.S. Department of Education. MUHS is honored in the Exemplary High Performing category for academic performance.
Students at Marquette High are well prepared to be successful in colleges and universities throughout the United States. However, a Marquette High education is more than academic excellence. As a Catholic school, Marquette High prepares students to become leaders who are committed to faith, justice and service. While in high school students gain the valuable experience of serving others, whether through tutoring and mentoring younger children, serving at a homeless shelter, or being companions to the elderly. Each year, students will provide more than 25,000 total hours of service to the community. These experiences, our retreat program, as well as other co-curricular programs form students to become "Men for Others."
Thank you for your continued support of this important mission as we work "For the Greater Glory of God."
Jeff Monday '84
Academic excellence is a hallmark of the Marquette University High School experience. Faculty and administration work to ensure that each student has an opportunity to meet his learning needs and interests.
Following in the tradition of Jesuit education, the academic environment establishes a foundation for future study with its liberal arts curriculum. At the same time, an MUHS education encourages a sense of critical thought as students develop leadership skills in a classroom setting.
MUHS offers a wide variety of courses designed to give students a solid foundation for lifelong learning. The focus of the academic program is the college-bound student, fortified by both Honors Courses and the Advanced Placement Program (A.P.).
MUHS also partners with Saint Louis University for dual enrollment of certain courses. This allows qualified students the opportunity to earn college credit at a discounted rate for authorized courses at MUHS where they are enrolled.
Full details can be found in the 2023-2024 MUHS Curriculum Guide.
Mr. Jeff Monday '84
414-933-7220, Ext. 3030
Ms. Fran Maloney
Assistant Principal for Academics
414-933-7220, Ext. 3031
Mrs. Megan Doering
Director of Instruction
414-933-7220, Ext. 3202
Ms. Katherine (Katie) Hess
414-933-7220, Ext. 3025
Mr. Casey Kowalewski '98
Assistant Principal of Student Affairs / Dean of Students
414-933-7220, Ext. 3032
Mr. Colin Dillon
Assistant Dean of Students
414-933-7220, Ext. 3125
Mrs. Susan Lewandowski
Administrative Assistant to the Dean / Attendance Contact
414-933-7220, Ext. 3069