Academic Summer School

Academic Summer School

The summer school program is a requirement for some incoming ninth-grade students.

All students who are required to enroll in summer school are notified. The summer school program has been part of the admission process for many years. Students have the opportunity to form friendships with future classmates, strengthen study habits, learn about academic expectations at Marquette High and develop relationships with faculty members. The skills learned through the summer school program provide each student a strong foundation for future success at Marquette High.

Dates for 2018 Session: Classes meet Mondays through Thursdays, June 18 - July 26. No classes July 2 - 5. Classes do not meet on Fridays.

Time: Classes are in session from 8 a.m.-11:20 a.m. There is also an optional study hall each day from 11:20 a.m. until Noon. Some students will be required to attend the study hall every day.

Instructors: Summer school is taught by full-time MUHS faculty members.

Expectations: Daily attendance and the completion of homework on a regular basis are critical to the student’s success. Unexcused absences are not allowed. Successful completion of the summer school program is required of all participating students. The school may also use the summer school program to help identify academic placements for the freshman year.

Dress Code: Dress code requires a collared shirt, jeans, khakis or shorts (no athletic shorts) and shoes with socks. Sandals are not allowed. Socks must always be worn. (This is in accordance with the MUHS dress code which can be found in the Student Handbook.)