Class of 2025
Welcome to the Class of 2025!
We look forward to having you join the Marquette High community. We will post information here to help you as you prepare to be a Hilltopper
If you have any questions as you begin your MUHS journey, please contact the Admissions Office at 414-933-7220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All textbooks should be purchased prior to the start of school. The 2021-2022 booklist will be posted on the Bookstore webpage in early July. Information about purchasing books can be found on the website: Bookstore
MUHS uses a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) model that colleges and universities use. Students must bring a device that they own for use at school. Teaching responsible use of technology along with the tools students need to enhance their learning is an important part of the MUHS curriculum. As a college-prep school, it also prepares them for life at the college level.
School Supply Suggestions for New Students
Marquette High does not provide a school supply list prior to the start of school. Individual teachers will let students know at orientation or on the first day of classes what supplies are required or recommended for their courses. Parents who want to get a jump-start on getting school supplies for their sons can use the following general list: Loose leaf paper, printer paper, spiral notebooks, file folders, three-ring binders, pens, pencils, a sturdy backpack, a pencil case, and a calculator. (TI-84 model is the calculators of choice for all math courses with a calculator requirement.)
Class of 2025 Parent Webinar from Jan. 6, 2021
View an informative webinar and Q&A with MUHS President Michael J. Marco, S.J., and Principal Jeff Monday, who offered their perspectives about how the school safely and seamlessly offered our holistic, college-preparatory experience both in person and online throughout the various phases of the pandemic. Both also offered insights on the extraordinary value of a Marquette High education, and how our graduates are uniquely prepared for success in college and beyond. A Q&A for new parents followed.