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on June 2, 2017
Wow!   This is an impressive number!  Through Merit and Private Scholarship offered by local, state-wide and country-wide groups and universities, Marquette students continue to increase the total money offered to the class of 2017 to help continue their education.  The Academic counselors at Marquette, the students and their...
on June 1, 2017
Dr. Woodiel Nominated For The "Excellence in Theatre Education Award" Behind every great performance is inspiration, and behind inspiration is a great teacher. Dr. Loftin C. Woodiel, Theatre Director at Marquette Catholic High School (Alton, IL), has been nominated for the "Excellence in Theatre Education Award".  Each year the Tony Awards...
on May 30, 2017
Excellent work by Marquette Catholic's Nia Owens yesterday at the Alton Memorial Day Service. Fox 2 News covered the event. Nia's vocals were so impressive that they used her as the sound track throughout the video. See the video at the link below. http://fox2now.com/…/alton-honors-our-nations-fallen-servi…/ ALTON, IL (KTVI) &n...
on May 23, 2017
click on image Congratulations!ALTHOFF BASEBALL REGIONAL: Explorers rally past Miners in final 6-5 BELLEVILLE — Konnor Morrissey capped off a rally the Marquette Catholic Explorers will remember for some time. Morrissey’s RBI single to left capped a three-run rally in the bottom of the seventh in the Explorers’ 6-5 victory ov...
on May 9, 2017
Joe Kuebrich, Class of '17, was chosen from hundreds of prospective students to study abroad at SLU's Madrid, Spain campus his first semester of college.  He was one of ten incoming freshman engineering students that was awarded this honor.  The $4000 scholarship was based on his GPA, ACT and essays to participate in SLU's new inte...
on May 8, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS #17 Brady McAfee, #20 Konnor Morrissey, #25 Michael Neel, #22 Sam Stemm,
on February 28, 2017
HAYES: ‘Little sister’ Ginny Schranck making her own waves The Schranck brothers’ little sister is all grown up. And she’s making waves of her own, thank you. Ginny Schranck has always been the little sister. She’s the youngest of Chuck and Julie Schranck’s nine children. And the only girl. Eight older brothe...
on February 22, 2017
Steadfast determination and united support help SIUE student-athletes excel (L-R) SIUE women’s soccer team members and juniors in the School of Nursing Lindsey Fencel and Caroline Hoefert. EDWARDSVILLE - The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville women’s soccer team is back on the field as its 2017 spring season got underway M...
on February 8, 2017
By Mark Ellebracht - WBGZ Radio A team of 10 Marquette Catholic High School students took part in the second annual World Wide Technology “Hackathon” last weekend in St. Louis, and placed 3rd.  It was the first time Marquette was invited to take part and the honor earned the school $2,500 to be used for technology. The challen...
on February 4, 2017
POSTED ON FEBRUARY 3, 2017 BY ALTON TELEGRAPH ALTON — An Alton school was buzzing about a good cause Friday afternoon during Catholic Schools Week. Marquette Catholic High School and St. Baldrick’s Foundation teamed up to host the school’s annual “Shave for Charity” event Friday afternoon. A total of 1...
on February 4, 2017
published February 3 2017 8:20 AM ST. LOUIS - The Engineering team at Marquette Catholic High School competed in a “ Hackathon” at World Wide Technology in St. Louis last week.  The Hackathon is a competition to inspire students to use technology to solve a current problem for their school or community. The Marquette Team and ...
on January 26, 2017
By Doug Jenkins - WBGZ Radio 1/25/17 Godfrey native and Marquette Catholic High School graduate Craig Hentrich will be inducted into the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame.  The organization is holding its first all-Illinois induction ceremony next Thursday. Hentrich made a career as a punter in the NFL, winning a Superbowl with the Green ...
on January 23, 2017
POSTED ON JANUARY 22, 2017 BY ALTON TELEGRAPH Separated by more than 4,000 miles, Edwardsville’s AJ Epenesa and Mark Smith both earned Most Valuable Player trophies on Saturday. Epenesa’s honor came from his defensive performance at the Polynesian Bowl all-star football game in Hawaii. Smith added to the riches ...
on January 20, 2017
You can register for the Entrance Exam by clicking here or call Meg Miller at (618) 463-0585 for more details. The students that score in the top 10% receive a $1000 Scholarship. Freshman students seeking to enroll for the next school year will take an Entrance Exam on January 14th, 2017 at 8:30am at Marquette. There will be a meeting for th...
on January 9, 2017
by Theo Tate, Advantage News on January 7, 2017 The Marquette boys’ basketball poses with the championship plaque from the Freeburg-Columbia Holiday Tournament on Dec. 29 in Freeburg after besting Columbia 52-45 in the title game. Seven years ago, Steve Medford was named the new boys’ basketball coach at Marqu...
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