Congratulations to the students named to the 2022-23 Semester 1 Honor Roll at Marquette University High School.
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Cullen Bartz, Jacob Black, Donald Cotey, Jack DebBaruah, Daniel Egelhoff, Matthew Eskritt, Henry Halpern, Charles O'Connor, Cole Simi, and Joshua Urban have been named National Merit Semi-Finalists.
Have you ever wondered why your child is always taking pictures of himself? What is the big deal? SnapChat is a big deal. Many parents know from first-hand experience that their children are on their phones a lot. While it may seem they that they are addicted to their phone, they are really addicted to their friends.
The admissions application for the Class of 2027 (students interested in attending MUHS as freshmen in fall 2023) is open.
The MUHS Hilltoppers Science Olympiad team placed 4th nationally, the highest a Wisconsin team has ever placed, and comes after the team finished top in the state for two consecutive years.
We would like to remind all families of the usage rules for school logos (the main school logo, or athletics logos).
The Aurora Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP) is now offering Behavior Change Coaching modules for students and their families.
As part of the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the conversation of Saint Ignatius, Social Studies teacher James Kennedy, S.J. has created a 7-episode podcast series on the life of Ignatius of Loyola. Combining historical narration and interviews with MUHS faculty and staff, this series hopes to re-introduce the life, ideas, and spirit of Ignatius as MUHS celebrates the Ignatian Year.
The Advocate Aurora Student and Family Assistance Program (AAH SFAP) is here to support the MUHS community's collective well-being. They created a series of short videos for families to remind you of the support available through AAH SFAP. All services are free and confidential to every MUHS student and members of their immediate household. If you'd like to access additional resources and support, click here to visit AAH SFAP's website or call at 800-236-3231. Family Toolkit:
Marquette University High School is among an elite group of 23 private schools in the United States and the only Wisconsin high school recognized as a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School, the U.S. Department of Education has announced.
Students and parents can find information regarding upcoming assignments on a teacher's course Moodle page. Visit moodle.muhs.edu to find these pages. Grades are reported using Skyward. Grades are updated eight times a year in Skyward (at each mid-quarter, quarter, and semester). Many teachers will update more frequently. The dates for those updates are:
As stated by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, "While suicide prevention is important to address year-round, Suicide Prevention Awareness Month provides a dedicated time to come together with collective passion and strength around a difficult topic. The truth is, we can all benefit from honest conversations about mental health conditions and suicide, because just one conversation can change a life." Resources that you may find beneficial are below:
MUHS offers the Aurora Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP), which 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.
Does your son need some assistance with organization and executive functioning? Please read the following article that provides realistic tips on helping young people with building organization skills:
Now, more than ever, our children are being faced with challenges to learning. The impact of COVID-19 on education has been felt around the country, and children and their parents sometimes struggle to find effective ways to meet this challenge. It turns out, how you think about the difficulties you face can impact your success and can even make you smarter along the way. Growing Resilient Learners
The Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP) is not just for student problems. SFAP services are available to individual adults and couples, as well as families with other issues. Many adults come to SFAP for relationship issues, individual stress, substance abuse issues and depression. The six-session model often works well to help people get back on track with their lives. SFAP also offers legal, financial, elder care and child care support services. Many parents who do not have personal concerns may benefit from other services available to support families.
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.
It's report card season for schools as well as students, and Marquette University High School is proud to have been recognized as the highest rated high school in southeastern Wisconsin and No. 3 in the state, based on recent accountability scores by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.