Contact Us

1215 Rice Lake Road
Duluth, MN 55811
Office hours are from 8:00-4:30 Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
During school breaks the office hours are 8:30-3:30.
Phone: (218) 727-7266
Fax: (218) 727-1569

I have a question - who should I contact?

Setting up a visit for my child:

Joe Wicklund
Director of Enrollment
Calendar and Events Coordinator
(218) 727.7266 ext. 111

Renting a portion of the school for an event:

Rosemary Milczark
Executive Assistant to the Head of School
Calendar and Events Coordinator
(218) 727.7266 ext. 141

Enrolling an International Student:

Christa Knudsen
Director of International Programs
(218) 727.7266 ext. 220

Making a gift or donation:

Bryce Nixon
Director of Advancement
(218) 727.7266 ext. 112

Learning about Upper School:

Brandon Neblett
Upper School Principal
(218) 727.7266 ext. 133

Heather Fishel

Assistant Upper School Principal
(218) 727.7266 ext. 114

Learning about Middle School:

Karen Snyder
Middle School Principal / Associate Head of School
(218) 727.7266 ext. 120

Asking about Athletics:

Kevin Snyder
Director of Athletics
(218) 727.7266 ext. 122

Asking about Technology :

Tony Lockhart
Director of Technology
(218) 727.7266 ext. 105

Inquiring about college visits:

Katie Voller-Berdan
Director of College Counseling
(218) 727.7266 ext. 132

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



Monday, March 13, our community unites to demonstrate this excellence via the Marshall Fine Arts Showcase. This annual show has been a tradition for many years, and students beautifully reveal the heart of Marshall through their pieces. Done in partnership with Zeitgeist Arts, the event is a celebration of Youth Art Month. "We try to pick work that really showcases what we've been learning," Burns said, "or maybe a student really pushed their own boundaries and we're really proud of them."

Imagine how muddled you would feel if you stumbled onto a stage, were mistaken as an understudy, and forced to perform a play in which you knew none of the lines. This 'play-ception ' is the premise of Marshall's One Act play of 2017—The Actor's Nightmare. Written by Christopher Durang, this fun, entertaining comedy will keep you interested as you witness the struggles of the main character, George, as he is thrust into several plays he knows nothing about and begins to even doubt his own identity as he confuses all the actors around him who don't understand why he doesn't know any of his lines.

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