Marquette High offers a variety of sports and performance camps for incoming 9th-12th grade Marquette High student athletes. Programs are taught by MUHS coaches and fitness staff. Camps include basketball, cross country, football, hockey, volleyball, wrestling and strength/conditioning. Camp details and online registration are available on the MUHS website under Athletics. If you have any questions, email Angela Balistrieri. Sport Camps - Current Students
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
Winters are long in Wisconsin and most of us start to suffer from cabin fever. We have a cure. Stop by the library and help us put together a jigsaw puzzle.
The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), a division of the American Library Association, has officially announced the 2018 Teens' Top Ten Nominees.
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.
The Great American Read initiative is an opportunity to build community through great books. PBS has partnered with booksellers and libraries to launch this campaign to determine America's favorite novel. They have narrowed the list to 100 books and are asking you to read as many as you can and vote on your favorite book from the list.
What to read next? Check out this list of favorites chosen by teen reading groups across the United States.
At a recent neighborhood meeting hosted by MUHS, concerns were expressed by area homeowners regarding MUHS students rolling through stop signs and exceeding speed limits on streets near the high school. Stop signs at 34th and Clybourn and 39th and Michigan are specific problem intersections, as well as excessive speed on Michigan Street between 35nd and 39th Streets. Students should obey all traffic laws for their safety and the safety of our community. Neighbors and our security guards will report offenders (by license plate number or car description) to Security Director Dubis and Mr. Taylor for follow up. Thank you for helping us keep our community safe.
The library is now selling earbud style headphones for $1.00. Small enough to fit in the pocket of your backpack, these earbuds are perfect for listening to music, watching a DVD, or viewing a YouTube clip.
Students are encouraged to train in the Noack Strength & Fitness Center and participate in the strength and conditioning programs available, both in season and off season.