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Marshfield
Wisconsin

710 South Columbus Avenue
(Columbus High School)

Christopher Columbus


1952

Marshfield /  Christopher Columbus   Marshfield /  Christopher Columbus

Annotation

Statue on the Columbus High School.

Columbus High School, a Catholic secondary school of the Diocese of La Crosse serving the Marshfield area, takes its name from the explorer and discoverer Christopher Columbus. Discoverers like Columbus are imbued with a vision and are driven to fulfill it. The Christian vision of the person as seeker guides the educational program of Columbus High School. Seeking is a careful, sustained search for what is sometimes elusive. Seeking requires a repetoire of understandings and skills as well as discipline, organization, and commitment. Columbus High School exists to enable each person to reach his/her potential as a SEEKER.

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