The Loyola Reading Project is a summer reading program at MUHS that gives students choices and, hopefully, interests students on a personal level. Students entering grades 10, 11 and 12 will participate. Here's how it works:
In the interest of building community among our incoming freshmen and having a common literary experience upon which to build early lessons, the English Department has chosen to assign the Class of 2023 a book about friendship, death, love, faith, and ultimately, hope. The Last Summer of the Death Warriors, by Francisco Stork, follows two teenage boys as they develop an uncommon bond. Students should secure a copy of The Last Summer of the Death Warrior. from the public library, local bookseller, or through Amazon. Freshmen should be sure to finish reading the novel prior to the first day of school on Aug. 21. They can expect to be assessed on this reading in English class within the first few days of school.
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:
Congratulations to those students who were named to the MUHS 2018-19 Semester 2 Honor Roll.
The Marquette University High School Class of 2018 has scored among the top 10 percent of ACT test takers in the nation, according to information recently released by American College Testing.
The following students were named to the MUHS 2018-19 Semester 1 Honor Roll. To earn first honors a student must achieve a grade point average between 3.6 and 4.1. To earn second honors a student must achieve a grade point average between 3.2 and 3.59. Semester 1 Honor Roll
Marquette University High School is pleased to announce a new resource for students and families. The Aurora Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP) provides valuable services to help address some of the challenges students and families experience. These services are free and confidential to all Marquette University High School students and their immediate families. Click here for additional details about the program. To access SFAP services, call 800-236-3231. If you have any questions, contact Director of Counseling Dan Karasch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-933-7220, ext. 3070.
Don't miss any action or get stuck in a ticket line this year. Buy an All-Sports Pass for $40, available from the Athletics Department on any school day. Each pass provides one person access to all Hilltopper home contests during the 2018-19 school year. Please note, passes are not valid for WIAA tournament games.