Graduation Photos Info

  • Parents - If your graduate didn't fill out a card with your email information at either one of the two opportunities they were given during the school year, you can still sign up to be notified by email when the graduation photo proofs are available.  Click here to enter your information for Empire Photography.

    Once photos are ready, if you didn't get a proof email, please contact: Empire Photography at 1-608-257-2941 or 



  • The Marshfield High School Graduation Ceremony was held on Sunday, June 2, at 11:00 a.m. in the Boson Company Fieldhouse.  Cole Behselich did introductions.  Principal Jason R. Wilhelm introduced class speakers: Muhammad Abidi & Dawson Tysver.  The top 5% were recognized: Muhammad Abidi, Aman Bassi, Suhaas Bhat, Paige Bulgrin, Emma Fadrowski, Nikita Gonugunta, Grace Grissman, Cody Korth, Adrian Mayagoitia, Emily Merkel, Cole Pearson, Michael Reeser, Aria Rens, Kyle Schultz, Hugh Steiner and Blake Zimmerman. A highlight of the ceremony was a standing ovation received for the Battle Hymn of the Republic which was played by the MHS orchestra, directed by Anna Uecker and sung by the MHS Choir, under the direction of Greg Reierson.  Diplomas were awarded to 304 graduates by Superintendent, Dr. Ryan Christianson, School Board President, Mrs. Sam Steiner, School Board Member, Mr. Mark Konrardy and MMS Assistant Principal, Mr. Kevin Fadrowski.  Best of Luck to the Class of 2019.

    Dawson Tysver Addresses the Graduates Muhammad Abidi receives his diploma from Superintendent Dr. Ryan Christianson Math Teacher Dennis Goettl congratulates a Graduate Graduates get ready to toss their caps


Girls Soccer Qualifies for 1st Trip to State Tournament

  • Calling all soccer fans! Help show your support for the Marshfield Girls Soccer Team as they head to Milwaukee for their first ever state playoff game. Get your orange and black together, decorate your vehicles, make signs and bring your cheering voices to Central Ave. in front of the Holiday Inn on Thursday, June 13th at 9:30 am. The girls bus will be escorted down Central Ave. from Marshfield High School by our local police and fire departments. Your support will help these girls go down to state and give it their all! ROLL TIGERS!Girls Soccer



  • Congratulations Marshfield High School!
    Your production of Into the Woods has been awarded the following 2019 Jerry Awards:

    Outstanding Musical *
    Amanda Leurquin Direction
    David Carroll Music Direction
    Greg Reierson Music Direction
    Joelle Clark Choreography
    Alexis Sonnemann Stage Management
    Richard Linder-Burbach Scenic Design
    Hunter Karau Costume Design
    Marcus Newton Lighting Design
    Andrew Neidner Sound Design

    Outstanding Leading Performance - Riya Bolander (Baker’s Wife)

    Outstanding Leading Performance - Zach Iniguez (Baker)

    Outstanding Supporting Performance - Jacob Gilbertson (Rapunzel’s Prince)

    Outstanding Supporting Performance - Clinton Tompkins (Mysterious Man)

    Spirit Award - Alexis Sonnemann

    The students will be honored at an awards ceremony which will be held in Madison on June 9th.  Congratulations to all of the Award Winners.

    *Your production team is recognized with an Outstanding Musical Award for their contributions to the show.



    Congratulations to Suhaas Bhat who has been selected as a semifinalist for the 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Suhaas is among 621 Presidential Scholar semifinalists nationwide. Earlier this year, the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program identified more than 5,200 candidates based on three paths of accomplishment. The majority of scholars are selected based on broad academic achievement as measured by the ACT and SAT college admissions exams. We wish Suhaas good luck as he continues to advance in this program. What a great accomplishment!




  • The MHS Academic Science Bowl team competed against sixty-four regional high school winners at the DOE National “Science Bowl” held at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center located just outside of Washington, D.C. this past weekend, with the finals being played in the Lisner Auditorium of George Washington University on Monday, April 29. The teams were divided into eight pools, with every team in each pool playing one another. Three of the Marshfield High School team’s games went down to the very last question, and unfortunately, the Tiger team came up short in two of them. They ended the day with 4-3 record, but failed to advance to the sixteen-team double-elimination bracket. The Midwest did prevail, however, as Wayzata, Minnesota went on to win the high school division.

    In addition to the academic competition, students had the opportunity to attend presentations by well-known scientists on current topics in math and the sciences. They also had time for a night tour of the monuments as well as a day tour to explore the many museums on the National Mall.

    Pictured below L-R: Coach Dean McFarlane, Coach Paul Herder, Davis Rens, Carter Chojnacki, Tara Bhat, Hugh Steiner, Suhaas Bhat and Carter Chojancki.


    Academic Science Bowl Team Competes At Nationals in Washington D.C.


  • PROM

    The junior prom was held on Saturday, April 27th, 2019, from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. in the MHS Commons.   

    2019 PROM COURT

    Congratulations to the following students who were selected as members of the 2019 Prom Court (alpha order): Jordin Blachut, King Ben Claessens, Jared Cordova, Mason Cronk, Faith Franseen, Queen Elise Hagman, Gavin Hill, Krupa Patel, Lucas Paulman, Anthony Posteluk, Selena Rocha, Maya Scheibe, Abby Wagner and Drake White-BergeyProm Court  Prom Court




    The groundbreaking ceremony for the Marshfield Community Athletic Facilities took place on April 10th at 1:30 p.m.  Current students and students of the future participated in the groundbreaking. The concession and restroom building is currently under construction and the stadium is scheduled to be completed this fall.

    Groundbreaking Ceremony


Dargenio Named WCCS Teacher of the Year

  • Dan Dargenio wins WCCS Teacher of the Year Congratulations to MHS Teacher Dan Dargenio, who has been named the 2019 Wisconsin Council for the Social Studies (WCSS) High School Teacher of the Year. Dargenio was nominated for the award by some of his students.



    Winning Course Catalog Cover for 2019-20 Designed by Clara Allar

    Congratulations to Clara Allar who designed the winning cover for the 2019-20 MHS Course Catalog.


MHS Grad Named State AP Scholar

  • 2018 AP State Scholar - David Gui Congratulations to 2018 Marshfield High School graduate, David Gui, who has been named a AP State Scholar by Wisconsin Superintendent of Schools Tony Evers.  Gui, son of Gaogun Gui and Mingjun Fang, and is the 16th MHS student to earn the title of state scholar.



    Congratulations to Nathan DeLany who was recently chosen as Athletic Director of the Year by the Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association.

    Nathan DeLany - Athletic Director of the Year  






  • Roma Shah Congratulations to Roma Shah who was awarded a $10,000 Herb Kohl Foundation Excellence Scholarship.  The Herb Kohl Excellence Scholarship recognizes students who have demonstrated academic potential, outstanding leadership, citizenship, community service, integrity and other special talents. The Herb Kohl Education Foundation has been recognizing educational excellence since 1990 by awarding scholarships to 200 graduating high school students throughout Wisconsin. Since it was established in 1990, the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation has awarded $14.5 million to Wisconsin students, teachers, principals and schools. 

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