Please join us in congratulating Chris Hartrich for being named this month's Rotary Student of the Month. Students selected for this honor are eligible to compete for a $6,000 Scholarship that will be presented to one of the students honored as a “ Student of the Month” during the school year.
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It's a doubleheader! Cardinals vs Pirates and Explorers vs STL Patriots. Get your tickets today. $30/each ($58/value)
This year's Riverbend CEO class is selling a classic board game with a twist- a Riverbender twist. What local property with you land on? Norton & Rain Insurance, Duke Bakery, Roberts Ford, Liberty Bank...you'll know them all!
Marquette Seniors are gearing up for their week-long Mission Project. This is the 4th year that our students have assisted PRIDE, Inc. in its mission to help homeowners who are no longer able to maintain their homes without assistance.
The IHSA has recognized four MCHS fall athletic teams for their academic success. Congratulations to girls golf, volleyball, tennis, and boys soccer for maintaining over a 3.0 team GPA during your season!
With a 44-40 victory against Greenville in the Southwestern Regionals, the boys basketball team moves onto the DeQuion High School Sectionals. Our Explorers play the Pinckneyville Panthers on Tuesday, February 26th at 7 PM. On Explorers!
Congratulations to freshman, Adrenna Snipes for receiving Honorable Mention to the Associated Press Illinois All-State 2A team. Adrenna finished the season with 17.9 points per game, 5.0 rebounds per game, 3.26 assists per game, 5.45 steals per game.
The MCHS Athletic Office proudly announces Christopher Hartrich is one of only 26 high school students in the state of Illinois to be named to the prestigious IHSA All-State Academic Team. Chris was chosen from hundreds of Illinois high school seniors who were nominated based on their academic and athletic accomplishments.
Stephen Hasse (Sr.) received the DAR Good Citizen Award and Peyton Zigrang (Jr.) was honored with the Daughters of the American Revolution Youth Citizenship Award. Their strong character and contributions to the community made these two students stand out.
Senior, Payton Bradley has excelled in her academics while accumulating over 125 service hours during her four years at Marquette. Her passion for helping others has inspired her decision to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner. She plans to attend Maryville University.
Meghan Schorman started out strong in her debut on the mound as a University of Kentucky Wild Cat. Meghan allowed only two hits while retiring 15 straight. KU shut out Sam Houston State 6-0 in their first game of the season.
The 8th annual St. Baldrick's Foundation event brought together students, faculty, alumni, and members of our community to show MCHS's commitment to raising money to help find a cure for childhood cancer. It's not too late to donate.
With a 53-43 victory over Jacksonville, the freshman bring home a trophy. This is Marquette's fifth consecutive win in the Jerseyville Freshman Boys Tournament. Congratulations to Coach Tonsor and his team.
Marquette Catholic is proud to announce the students who achieved a 3.6 or higher during the Fall 2018 semester. Congratulations!
Former coaches, teammates, and family watched on as senior Stephen Hasse signed his Letter of Intent to continue his soccer career as a Niagara University Eagle.
It is a week-long celebration. SUNDAY- Student/faculty Trivia MONDAY- Mass with Bishop Paprocki & the Blessing of the STEM Center TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY- "Tolton: Slave to Priest" THURSDAY- Ice Skating FRIDAY- Rosary & St. Baldrick's Shave Day SATURDAY- Sadie Hawkins Dance
Bishop Paprocki made a special trip to visit the STEM Center after Mass on Monday to bless our new classrooms. Mr. Slaughter led a tour of the facility as the Bishop blessed each classroom as well as the teachers and students.
Each participant has their own reason. For some it's for the greater cause and for some it's personal. AP Chemistry and Biology teacher, Mr. Walters honors those he has lost to cancer. Donate to St. Baldrick's today!
Tolton: From Slave to Priest is a powerful one-man multi-media play on the life of Father Augustus Tolton, the first African American priest (1854-1897). Don't miss this Inspirational story. January 29th 7 PM & January 30th 12:30 PM | Open to the public-Free admission
This popular event is open to Pre K (4)-8th graders. Pre-registration is required. The "Valentine" dance routine is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Location: THE COMMONS @ LCCC, GODFREY, IL
Time: 7 PM – 7:30 PM