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The MCHS girls golf team wins back to back Regional Championships. Juniors, Gracie Pair and Audrey Cain came in 1st and 2nd place respectively. The team advances to Sectionals this weekend in Salem, IL.
Students, faculty and staff who are reporting symptoms, including students who are calling off sick, should complete the Health Screening document here. COVID testing locations and other details are also included.
Please fill out the attached COVID Guest Screening Form before visiting Marquette. We ask that you follow our guidelines to help us keep our students, faculty, and staff safe. While on campus we ask you to wear your mask at all times, maintain a safe social distance, and use hand sanitizer.
Orientation for all grades is August 19, 2020. The first day of school for students with last name starting with A-L will be August 24, 2020. The first day for students with last name starting with M-Z will be August 25, 2020. Please review the calendar for more details on the Hybrid Model Daily Calendar.
Marquette Catholic will return to school on August 20, 2020 with a Hybrid Model of in person and remote learning. We can't wait to see our students again!
There were many smiles and a few tears on Friday, July 10th as the class of 2020 finally walked across the stage to receive their diplomas. Parents, teachers and students celebrated the graduates' accomplishments and as they officially ended their high school careers.
The Explorer Athletic Department announced that Jerry DiSalvo has taken the reigns of the boys soccer team. DiSalvo has more than 10 years of experience in the coaching staff of Lutheran North and John Burroughs High Schools, as well as more than 20 years of experience with several select soccer clubs throughout the St. Louis region.
Alexis Silkwood, Class of 2013, still holds Illinois state records in eight of the 20 pitching categories, including career wins (124), strikeouts (1,907), shutouts (100) and no-hitters (54). As a junior, she averaged 16.1 strikeouts per game and hit .552 her senior year.
STLhighschoolsports.com programs of the year are selected through a process emphasizing results in core sports played by the majority of high schools.
Marquette Catholic High School is conducting a search for candidates for our school Principal position. The incoming Principal would begin July 1, 2021, to replace the current Principal who will retire in June 2021.
With over 15,000 service hours and $8.3 million dollars in awarded scholarships, this year's graduating class is on their way! Congratulations Graduates.
Andria Pace, Class of 2016, has received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to attend Princeton University to study organic chemistry.
MCHS standout scholar and athlete, Shandon Boone, Class of 2016, declared his desire to go to dental school while a senior at Marquette. Shandon has been accepted to the dental program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City for fall 2020.
Due to Coronavirus health concerns, this year's Gala is being held online. Bid from the comfort of you family room sofa! There is still time to be a part of this year's auction. Click on the QuickLink tab and buy your bidding "paddle". Please join us!
The Silver Medallion Academic Excellence Award honors the high school graduates that have achieved the highest standings in their respective school. Only the top 8% of the class receives the award. Congratulation to this year's recipients.
Join us in congratulating senior, Aaron Boulch, for being named to the St. Louis Post All-Decade Third Team-Boys Soccer. This fall, Aaron will play soccer as a Triton at the University of Missouri-STL while studying Nursing.
Did You Know: Only 4 percent of Scouts have earned this rank since the Boy Scouts’ inception in 1911. Congratulation William Roderfeld on achieving the highest rank in the Boy Scouts program.
The modified online class schedule for March 30 - April 7 can be found here. The periods follow a White Day schedule with periods 1-4 and 5-8 meeting on alternate days.
As our daily activities have come to a halt, we still have the opportunity to worship God by viewing Mass "sine populo", that is Mass without a congregation present. You can watch the Springfield Diocese Holy Week liturgies live or on replay.
Time: 12:33 PM – 1:33 PM
Time: 3:15 PM – 6 PM
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Time: 12:33 PM – 1:33 PM