The Marquette Bank Education Foundation was founded by Marquette Bank as a vehicle through which to help deserving students continue their education at the college, university, technical or trade school of their choice. The Foundation's objective is to provide scholarships to graduating students from local high schools based on financial need, scholastic achievement and a record of community service. If you are a senior at one of the following schools, inquire with your guidance office for scholarship details!


The Chicagoland schools invited to participate in the 2022 Marquette Bank Education Foundation Scholarship Program include:

  1. Acero - Major Hector P. Garcia M.D. High School; Chicago
  2. Air Force Academy High School; Chicago
  3. Andrew High School; Tinley Park
  4. Argo Community High School; Summit
  5. Back of the Yards College Preparatory High School; Chicago
  6. Benito Juarez Community Academy; Chicago
  7. Bogan College Prep High School; Chicago
  8. Bolingbrook High School; Bolingbrook
  9. Bremen High School; Midlothian
  10. Brother Rice High School; Chicago
  11. Catalyst Maria High School; Chicago
  12. Chicago Christian High School; Palos Heights
  13. Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences; Chicago
  14. Chicago Hope Academy; Chicago
  15. Christ the King Jesuit College Prep.
  16. Cristo Rey Jesuit High School; Chicago
  17. Curie Metropolitan High School; Chicago
  18. De La Salle Institute; Chicago
  19. Eisenhower High School; Blue Island
  20. Eric Solorio Academy H.S.; Chicago
  21. Evergreen Park High School; Evergreen Park
  22. Farragut Career Academy; Chicago
  23. Gage Park High School; Chicago
  24. Goode Stem Academy High School; Chicago
  25. Hancock High School; Chicago
  26. Hubbard High School; Chicago
  27. Infinity Math, Science and Technology High School; Chicago
  28. Johnson College Prep; Chicago
  29. Kelly High School; Chicago
  30. Kennedy High School; Chicago
  31. Lemont High School; Lemont
  32. Leo Catholic High School; Chicago
  33. Lincoln-Way Central High School; New Lenox
  34. Lincoln-Way East High School; Frankfort
  35. Lindblom Math & Science Academy High School; Chicago
  36. Mansueto High School; Chicago
  37. Marist High School; Chicago
  38. Morgan Park High School; Chicago
  39. Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School; Chicago
  40. Mount Carmel High School; Chicago
  41. Oak Forest High School; Oak Forest
  42. Oak Lawn Community High School; Oak Lawn
  43. Our Lady of Tepeyac High School; Chicago
  44. Percy L. Julian High School; Chicago
  45. Providence Catholic High School; New Lenox
  46. Reavis High School; Burbank
  47. Richards High School; Oak Lawn
  48. Romeoville High School; Romeoville
  49. Saint Ignatius College Prep; Chicago
  50. Sandburg High School; Orland Park
  51. Shepard High School; Palos Heights
  52. Simeon Career Academy; Chicago
  53. St. Laurence High School; Burbank
  54. St. Rita of Cascia High School; Chicago
  55. Stagg High School; Palos Hills
  56. Tilden Career Community Academy High School; Chicago
  57. Tinley Park High School; Tinley Park
  58. Trinity High School; River Forest
  59. Universal School; Bridgeview
  60. Urban Prep Charter Academy - Englewood Campus; Chicago

The Marquette Bank Education Foundation Scholarship Program is part of the Marquette Neighborhood Commitment, where each quarter the bank focuses on a different area of need: shelter, hunger, education and health/wellness. For more information on the Marquette Bank Education Foundation Scholarship Program, call 1-888-254-9500 or visit