Marquette is an exceptional school, equipping our 21st Century learners to successfully compete in a global society. Through the use of high quality, web based academic programs, we are closing educational gaps while propelling our students with individualized intervention. Our average daily attendance is 95 percent.
We are conveniently located near St. John Hospital and Medical Center, off of the I-94 expressway and Moross Rd.
Local Schools & Community Organization (LSCO), Gifted Artist Program/Art Club, Music Program and Choir, Art, Physical Education, Tutoring/Extended Day Program, Accelerated Reading/Math, Glory Math, Fast Forward, Destination Reading/Math, Learning A-Z, Behavior Modification Program (MiBLSi), Special Education, Visually Impaired Program, 390 Club, Chess Club, Academic Games, Interactive Technology Lab, Reading Lab, Math Lab, Recycling Program, Boys/Girls Basketball, Cheer Team, Volunteer Reading Corps/Business Corps, Parent Center, Church/Civic Group Mentors, No Child Left Behind, Red Carpet Honors Program, Student of the Month, Technology Initiative, Netbooks & Neo2, MEAP University, Student Council, Red Carpet Awards Program, Polar Fest Night, Peace/Field Day, Ladies Club, D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read), Career Day, Chemistry Club, Inside-Out Literacy Program, Family M.E.A.P. Night for parents and students, Communities in Schools Program, Gleaners Food Bank, Garden Collaborative, Department of Human Services – Community Resource Center
High Quality Pre-Kindergarten
We offer a high quality early learning experience for special needs and general education students 4 years of age by November 1. Detroit Public Schools’ Pre-K classroom curriculum is aligned with the National Early Childhood Standards and Michigan State Board of Education’s Early Childhood Standards of Quality.
Marquette Elementary-Middle School pledges to develop and promote a culturally influenced, data-driven, customer friendly learning environment that will instill an atmosphere of pride, drive and focus for all stakeholders. Marquette students will be encouraged to become successful academically, socially, physically and emotionally. A culturally influenced education will inspire students to achieve marketable skills and succeed in a global society as they acknowledge responsibility for themselves and society at large.
The colors are black and white. Boys are to wear black uniform pants. Girls can wear black pants or skirts worn to the knee. The shirt must be a plain, (no writing or logos), white collared shirt, short or long sleeves.