Marshall School is located on a 40-acre campus overlooking Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota. The school has its own ice hockey arena, tennis courts, football field, soccer field, track, baseball field, and nearly 4 kilometers of running/hiking/skiing trails.
The school is spacious, and each teacher has their own classroom. Marshall's building features two gymnasiums, a fitness center, an art gallery, and a large sunny cafeteria where food is prepared fresh daily. The building has many glassed-in hallways and corridors filled with sunshine, and a beautiful outdoor courtyard. Marshall's Fregeau Auditorium seats 750 people, and was remodeled in 2009. The auditorium features a state-of-the-art lighting and sound system, an acoustic stage shell for superb amplification of any event, new seats and more.
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Duluth, Minnesota is located on Lake Superior, the world's second largest freshwater lake. Duluth has four distinct seasons, and plenty of snow in the winter. Many international students have not only seen snow for the first time, but participated on the Nordic skiing team!
Duluth boasts an abundance of natural beauty and recreational opportunities - skiing, hiking, swimming, sailing, golf are just a few. There are many cultural and social opportunities in Duluth as well. Duluth has its own symphony orchestra, theatre company and multiple museums. Duluth is a college town and regional medical center, with 3 colleges/universities and two major hospitals and medical clinics located within the city. In addition, Duluth is a two hour drive from the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area, where the Mall of America and countless other recreational opportunities can be found.
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