Academics, Arts and Athletics

Multi-discipline Program

AAA Program: Academics, Arts & Athletics - Grades 6-8

AAA Program: Academics, Arts & Athletics

For boys entering grades 6, 7, 8

July 29 – August 2 (Monday – Friday)
9 a.m. – Noon
Fee: $150
Instructors: Mr. Erik Anderson and Mr. Phil Koski – Theology
Minimum enrollment – 20; Maximum enrollment – 30

The AAA Program stands for the three components of the program: Academics, Arts and Athletics. Each of these components will be incorporated into daily activities to build relationships, practice skills, and prepare students for a Marquette High environment. The AAA Program captures a central priority of a Marquette High education: forming the whole person. In an active, fun, engaging learning environment, students will gain a small glimpse of life at Marquette High.

In the classroom, students will encounter lessons in mathematics, science, history, or creative writing, each taught by MUHS faculty. Fun and challenging lessons will prepare students for the active learning environment at MUHS. In artistic fields, students will try their hand at drawing or other art-related ventures. In athletics, students will participate in team sports such as soccer, flag football, kickball or ultimate Frisbee. Current students will assist MUHS faculty throughout the program.

AAAA Program: Academics, Arts, Athletics & Admissions (MUHS Class of 2023)

AAAA Program – Academics, Arts, Athletics & Admissions

For boys entering grade 9 (MUHS Class of 2023)

July 29 – August 2 (Monday – Friday)
8:15 a.m. – Noon
Fee: $175
Instructors: Mr. Erik Anderson and Mr. Phil Koski – Theology
Minimum enrollment – 10; Maximum enrollment – 20

In addition to the AAA programming as outlined below, MUHS Class of 2023 students will arrive early each morning for a light breakfast and social time with future classmates (8:15 a.m. – 9 a.m.). Students will meet various staff, faculty and current students to help them navigate what life will be like as a Hilltopper when they start the school year.AAA Program – Academics, Arts & Athletics

The AAA Program stands for the three components of the program: Academics, Arts and Athletics. Each of these components will be incorporated into daily activities to build relationships, practice skills, and prepare students for a Marquette High environment. The AAA Program captures a central priority of a Marquette High education: forming the whole person. In an active, fun, engaging learning environment, students will gain a small glimpse of life at Marquette High.

In the classroom, students will encounter lessons in mathematics, science, history, or creative writing, each taught by MUHS faculty. Fun and challenging lessons will prepare students for the active learning environment at MUHS. In artistic fields, students will try their hand at drawing or other art-related ventures. In athletics, students will participate in team sports such as soccer, flag football, kickball or ultimate Frisbee. Current students will assist MUHS faculty throughout the program.

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