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
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.
If Marquette High needs to cancel classes and/or co-curricular activities or announce an early dismissal due to inclement weather, procedures posted on the Parent portal will be followed. Since students come from many areas of southeastern Wisconsin and weather conditions can vary greatly, parents are reminded that they make the final decision as to whether it is safe for their sons to travel to school when weather is a factor.
All students who drive to school are strongly encouraged to park their cars in one of the two student parking lots rather than the street when space is available. If students do park on the street, they must be aware of the winter parking regulations that went into effect Dec. 1. Signs are posted that restrict parking on some streets during winter months. Click here for detailed information: City of Milwaukee Parking Regulations. If students have any questions they can speak to a guard at the Security Desk. Students will be ticketed by the City of Milwaukee if they are in violation.
Registration is underway for any student interested in this year's Civil War Adventure, May 28 - June 6, 2019. Students will visit a variety of historical sites from Canada down through the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. Stops will include several battlefields, slave dwellings and whitewater rafting. Financial assistance is available. Contact Mr. Lese for more information.
Drop-in Spanish tutoring is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays after school until 4 p.m. in the Doerr Library. Students are encouraged to stop in for help with homework, studying for quizzes and for extra practice. This service is offered by Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica.
The Engineering and Applied Sciences Homeroom invites professionals to speak to the homeroom during Activity Periods to share stories about their career experiences. Activity Periods run from 9:38 a.m. to 10:13 a.m. If interested, please contact Science Teacher and Homeroom Moderator Mr. David Vogt to arrange a date for your visit.
The MUHS Noack Strength & Fitness Center is offering two winter camps (Performance and Speed & Agility) for current sixth, seventh and eighth-grade boys. Camps meet every Sunday evening in March and will be led by Marquette High's Michael Duehring, 2013 NSCA High School Strength Coach of the Year. Strength and Speed Camps
Marquette High will offer a variety of summer sport and performance camps for current students and all boys entering grades 1 - 9 in fall 2019.
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.
Future event dates for the Hilltopper Women's Network, a forum for professional women at MUHS, will be Jan. 15, April 16 and Aug. 13 (locations tbd). Membership is open to moms (future, current and alumni), staff and relatives.
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.
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.