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John Marshall High School (Wisconsin)

John Marshall High School is a public high school located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (United States). John Marshall is part of the Milwaukee Public School system. Formerly a junior-senior high school, the 7th and 8th grades were dropped in 1979 to expand the growing senior high.[1] Recently, the school was redesigned into three divisions: Marshall Montessori IB High School, High School of Sports Education and Employment, and Foster & Williams Visual Communication Campus. As of 2009, the school merged with Samuel Morse Middle School for the Gifted and Talented to form Samuel J. Morse ● John Marshall School for the Gifted & Talented.

Milwaukee Marshall High School
Location
4141 North 64th Street

,
53216

Coordinates43°05′35″N 87°59′36″W / 43.093095°N 87.993317°W / 43.093095; -87.993317Coordinates: 43°05′35″N 87°59′36″W / 43.093095°N 87.993317°W / 43.093095; -87.993317
Information
TypePublic high school
School districtMilwaukee School District
PrincipalBarry Applewhite
Faculty50
Grades6-12
Enrollment1,359 (2014-2015)
Color(s)              
Team nameEagles
RivalsRiverside, King, Washington
Website

AthleticsEdit

The school's mascot is the Eagles and the colors are Columbia Blue and Scarlet. The Marshall Eagles have several sports teams including:[2]

DemographicsEdit

John Marshall High School is:

  • 8.2% White, 99 students
  • 77.1% Black, 926 students
  • 8.7% Asian/Pacific Islander, 105 students
  • 5.8% Hispanic, 70 students
  • 0.1% Am. Indian/Alaska Native, 1 student

Notable graduatesEdit

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