On Wednesday, November 4th, prospective families from all over the globe will get to see Marquette Catholic High School like never before.
In response to COVID-19, Marquette's Blue and Gold Night will be streamed live this year via the school's Facebook page beginning at 6 pm. This first-of-its-kind virtual event will offer families the opportunity to visit our campus, interact with administrators, teachers, and coaches, and get a glimpse of the Marquette experience all from the safety and comfort of their homes.
Want to know how we enhance learning in the classroom with Apple technology? We have answers. Want to ask a theology teacher how we incorporate the mission of Christ into our daily lives? We'll explain. Want to discuss bunt defense with the baseball coach? Um, sure. Why not?! Bring any and all questions on November 4th.
Prospective families will also view our top-of-the-line facilities!
Marquette boasts a highly-credentialed faculty which holds over a dozen master's degrees, and, yes, a Ph.D. The school is proud of its 10-year streak of 100% college acceptance among its senior classes. Furthermore, Marquette's "A" rating from the Indiana Department of Education reinforces its standing as Northwest Indiana's premier Catholic high school.
Blue and Gold Night will kick off at 6 pm when current principal Ms. Allyson Headd will welcome families from across the Region and abroad before giving a brief introduction to Marquette.
The average graduate of the Class of 2020 had 58.1% of their first-year college tuition covered through scholarships and/or grants earned while enrolled at Marquette. 13 students from the Class of 2021 will graduate with over 60 dual credits, five of which are on track to depart with 83 or more! Marquette not only prepares students for the next step, but it also saves families tens of thousands of dollars in college tuition.