Clubs and Organizations

With over forty clubs, activities, and academic teams to choose from - and competitive athletics starting as early as seventh grade - Marshall offers each student a unique combination of ways to participate and get involved. In addition, Marshall emphasizes community service and leadership both in and outside of the classroom. Off-campus learning is experienced through Marshall's MORE program. Daily advisory enriches the lives of middle and upper school students, and school spirit and pride is felt throughout the year

Sponsored Clubs and Activities

Middle School

  • Athletics
  • Knowledge Bowl
  • Lego Robotics
  • Math League
  • Math Olympiads
  • Speech
  • Student Council
  • Topper Nights
  • Yearbook

Upper School

  • Assembly Leadership
  • Athletic programs
  • Biology/Medicine Club
  • Chapel Cohort
  • Chemistry of Baking Club
  • Cosmos Club
  • Drama Club
  • French Club
  • Greens
  • GSA
  • Honor Council
  • Knowledge Bowl
  • Leadership Forum
  • Math League
  • Music Listening
  • National Art Honor Society
  • National Honor Society
  • Robotics
  • Spanish Club
  • Speech
  • Student Council
  • ToppSix
  • Yearbook

Topper Tunnels

One of our traditions is to send state bound students off to their competition with a "topper tunnel." where all students line the front hallway and cheer for their classmates. Some of the teams and activities honored recently include:

  • Math League
  • Dance
  • Robotics
  • All State Music
  • Tennis
  • CyberPatriots

Calendar

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News

Not many trombonists have the opportunity to play in front of 85,000 adoring fans, but several times each fall, Andrew Jarocki and the Notre Dame Marching Band enter a packed stadium to the delight of the home football crowd--and in front of millions on television. Andrew, of course, has one particular advantage; he plays a Fight Song familiar to all of us who attended Cathedral/Marshall.

Click below to read about Andrew, and then tune in to NBC to watch the band when the Fighting Irish take on Navy a week from this Saturday.

The term "gap year" can mean different things to different people. To Garrett Jenkins, Class of 2017, it means a deep dive into a unique healthcare experience from the deck of a ship ... in Africa.

As a part of the Mercy Ships program, Garrett is helping support free healthcare efforts in Africa, while shadowing nurses. The plan is to return to the U.S. and South Dakota State University for their highly-ranked nursing program

Click below to learn more about this big-hearted, big-personality Marshall grad and his big-time gap year.

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