Archbishop Rodi celebrating Mass with Fr. Shields & Fr. Dan

Bowling Team

Great Gatsby Party in Coach Morgan's English Class

Boar's Head

Archbishop Rodi & Father Shields signing contracts with R.J. Baggett Construction for the new building

Track & Field with Coach Bentley

Archbishop Rodi with the Champion's Cup

Latin Club Officers

Seniors: Coming Home Court

Chamber Singers

 Boar's Head

Varsity Tennis

5th Quarter Event with Chaplain, Fr. Dan & Campus Minister, Mr. Krause

Friends of Exception Children Christmas Wrapping Event

Chamber Singers

Homecoming Pep Rally

Marching Band and Drum Major, Bennett Plessala

McT Band at Carnegie Hall- NYC

Varsity Girls Soccer

Basketball State Champions at City  Hall

Seniors painting the cannon orange after the win over Murphy!

Back in Black Pep Rally

2015 March for Life with Campus Minister, Mr. Trey Krause

Drama Club Performance of "Mobile Home, Sweet Home"

Superintendent, Miss Gwen Byrd

Varsity Soccer

Groundbreaking of New Building

Living Last Supper

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Faculty Members: Mrs. Teske, Mrs. Goff & Dr. Burgess

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Baseball Team


Ambassadors at Freshmen Orientation

"The Lip"

Key Club

March for Life 2015

Basketball State Champions!
It's great to be a Yellow Jacket!

News / Announcements

The Music Man coming to McT March 15-17

You don’t want to miss McGill-Toolen Catholic’s rendition of the Tony Award-winning musical comedy, The Music Man, debuting at the school's Mary Margaret Goff auditorium March 15-17. This production tells the tale of charming-yet-shady salesman, Harold Hill, who sets his sites on duping citizens of a small-town River City, Iowa. His scheme is foiled by the town’s stern librarian, Marian Paroo, who ends up stealing Harold’s heart. Filled with engaging musical numbers and tremendous talent from McT singers, this production is appropriate for all ages and promises a great night of family fun for all.

Performance dates:
6:30 pm Wednesday, March 15
6:30 pm Thursday, March 16
6:30 pm Friday, March 17

Limited seating available. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and may be purchased at the receptionist desk at McGill-Toolen beginning March 1st.

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