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Humans of MHS- Carolyn Parasch, Junior

Humans of MHS- Carolyn Parasch, Junior

January 29, 2019

“This past weekend, I went to Washington D.C. for the Pro Life March with my church, Holy Infant. This wasn’t my first time going because I went as a freshman.  When I went freshman year, I was a little nervous to go but this year I was more ready, expecting and interactive with it all. This ...

Humans of MHS- Kaitlyn Lee, Senior

Humans of MHS- Kaitlyn Lee, Senior

January 29, 2019

“Throughout my whole high school career, I’ve played four sports: field hockey, basketball, soccer and lacrosse. It’s hard to balance school with all my sports. Right after school, I go straight to practice and then I come home for a little and then I go to dance and then I come home then I ha...

Humans of MHS- Dan Czolgosz, Librarian

Humans of MHS- Dan Czolgosz, Librarian

January 29, 2019

“I started working at Marquette when the school opened so I have been working here for 26 years, but this is my forty-second  year at Rockwood. I worked 16 years at Lafayette, and I've worked at every school - except Eureka - with summer school and stuff. In my opinion, they are all good scho...

Humans of MHS- Stephanie Lei, Freshman

Humans of MHS- Stephanie Lei, Freshman

January 29, 2019

“My new club is Community Problem Solving, and it’s where a group of students find a problem within their community and try to find ways to solve it. They’ll find challenges, solutions, an underlying problem and they’ll implement a plan of action. It’s really cool - especially if you go to...

Humans of MHS- Alex Nelle, Social Studies Teacher

Humans of MHS- Alex Nelle, Social Studies Teacher

January 29, 2019

“When I started at Marquette, I started Key Club, which became the largest organization we have here at Marquette and we did a lot of community service through that. We probably did about 1,000 hours a year. Then when the community service class opened up, they gave it to me. I want the kids to go out...

Humans of MHS- Rick Regina, Junior Principal

Humans of MHS- Rick Regina, Junior Principal

January 22, 2019

“I grew up right here in St. Louis so I've been here my whole life. Actually, when I was younger Mrs. Burger was my neighbor. I’ve always been a few years older than her, but I think that MHS connection is good. I went to UMSL, University of St. Louis and I did my undergrad, my master's work, my spec...

Humans of MHS- Coleman Van Buskirk, Senior

Humans of MHS- Coleman Van Buskirk, Senior

January 22, 2019

“Playing soccer at MHS changes your viewpoint of work ethic and your perspective of how basic things are done. Your idea of working hard changes because if you think you are working hard, the bar ries when you work with Coach Kenny. This year, I played with my brother. It was definitely a first. Con...

Humans of MHS- Jaimee Bunderson, Freshman

Humans of MHS- Jaimee Bunderson, Freshman

January 22, 2019

“I started aerial dance the summer after seventh grade, so about two years ago. Ever since then, I’ve just really fallen in love with the sport. It truly is a way to express yourself. It does take a lot of strength and it can be difficult at first, but if you do everything right, the outcome can be b...

Humans of MHS- Grace Brzyski, Sophomore

Humans of MHS- Grace Brzyski, Sophomore

January 22, 2019

“I love to bakes to relieve stress. During finals week, I stress bake and my whole house is full of sweets. My favorite thing to make is cakes because I like to decorate them and use different tips or techniques. It’s fun to experiment with them. I never officially learned how to bake and decorate...

Humans of MHS- David Pisoni, Junior

Humans of MHS- David Pisoni, Junior

January 22, 2019

“I got involved with theater in middle school. I wanted to try it out because I’m not a sports person and I really liked doing it. As soon as I got to high school, I knew I wanted to pursue theater and it’s given me so much happiness. The people are really great and it’s cool how dependent you ...

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