2020-2021 School year

As long as the Upper Peninsula of Michigan remains in Phase 4 or Phase 5, FMCA will open on September 8 for face-to-face learning, Monday through Friday. Our class sizes have been capped at 15 students per class to ensure that our students can remain six feet apart while seated for learning. FMCA is prepared for all scenarios, including a robust distance learning program, in the event that the UP enters Phase 3 or lower.

For more information, please feel free to email or call our office. Our classes are filling up quickly! Call for your tour today! 

If you have an interest in FMCA, please visit our Registration page for more information, and join the FMCA family today!


We welcome you to Father Marquette Catholic Academy, a private school in Marquette, Michigan. Our school provides pre-kindergarten through 8th graders a high-quality learning environment within a faith-filled community of believers and followers of Jesus Christ. Our professional and Christian educators consider it a privilege to educate our community's children.

We invite you to browse our website and learn more about us. We hope our site will help foster effective communication between home and school. If you should ever have any concerns or wish to speak with us, you are always welcome to contact us. We're glad to have you at our school and hope you will become an active member of the Father Marquette family.

Please take a moment to view the Father Marquette vision for excellence.

Mission Statement

Centered in the person of Jesus Christ and grounded in the teachings of the Catholic Church, Father Marquette Catholic Academy is a mission of four Marquette parishes. Partnering with parents, we work to form students into disciples who will go forth to improve the world around them. We accomplish this by uniting the pursuits of faith and reason. Through rigorous academics grounded in the perennial classical curriculum and a commitment to personal attention of each student and their growth in virtue, we are dedicated to the complete formation of our students, remembering that in the end, only one thing is necessary.


Only One Thing is Necessary.