Mr. Noah Cornelius – Music

Marquette Catholic Music Department K-12

MISSED CONCERT MAKE UP OPTIONS
In the event a student must miss a required concert due to illness or family emergency, there are two options for the student to make up the grade and assess the music they’ve been learning.

Mr. Noah Cornelius is in his 2nd teaching K-12 Music at Marquette Catholic Schools. In addition to his classroom duties, Mr. Cornelius also co-directs the musical and coaches boys golf. Prior to coming to Marquette, Mr. Cornelius taught at Sidney and Farragut Community Schools, BCLUW Community School, and DeWitt High School. Mr. Cornelius earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Simpson College, and his Master’s Degree in Music Education from the University of Northern Iowa. Mr. Cornelius is an active member of Iowa Choral Directors Association. When Mr. Cornelius is not at Marquette, he can be found as an adjudicator at music festivals, or teaching private piano and voice lessons at Northeast Iowa School of Music in Dubuque. He is an avid fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes, the Chicago Bears and the Chicago Cubs. Mr. Cornelius lives here in Bellevue with his wife, Danielle ( Class of ‘08), his daughter Avery (CLass of ‘32) and Benson (Class of ‘34).

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