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Enter College Ahead of the Curve

Marquette Catholic University High School is an intimate, focused high school program where students can earn a Core 40 with Academic Honors diploma while also earning college credits towards an associate degree through dual-credit courses.

Launched in 2017, Marquette Catholic University High School, also known as "MQTT-U", is a school within a school. It affords families the advantage of reduced tuition for college credits and an increased opportunity for academic scholarship at the post-secondary level. Furthermore, it compresses the time and money it takes to complete an honors diploma and the first two years of college.

Program Goals
  • Support all students in developing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and working for the Common Good
  • Ensures post-secondary success - not simply acceptance
  • Afford all students an honors curriculum which provides knowledge and understanding of our global world and 21st-Century learning and skills through experiential, integrated, and relevant learning strategies

Program Components
  • Job shadow experience
  • Project-based learning
  • 1:1 technology platform (iPad)
  • Study abroad and global travel opportunities
  • Service opportunities
  • A mission to work for the Common Good

The Campus


MQTT-U labs and classrooms are part of Marquette Catholic High School's current campus at 10th and Wabash Streets. 


Why MQTT-U?
  • Increases the likelihood of students graduating with a post-secondary degree in four years
  • Graduates are better prepared academically to manage post-secondary coursework without remediation
  • Prepares students with global and international experience through cultural immersion and study aboard opportunities built into the program
  • Demands internships and service experiences for all students
  • Provides direct pathways to post-secondary education
  • Students will choose to earn their associate degree in business or liberal arts pathway by graduation
  • Affords families the advantage of reduced tuition for college credits and an increased opportunity for academic scholarship at the post-secondary level
  • Compresses the time and money it takes to complete an academic high school honors diploma and the first two years of college
  • Student schedules will include Advanced Placement (AP), dual-credit, and Advanced College Project courses from Ivy Technical Institute, Indiana University, and Purdue University