MUHS teaches the message of Laudato Si' in several courses including: biology,environmental science, theology, literature, and spanish
During their Sophomore Retreat, MUHS students experience simulations which teach economic and resource allocation disparities
MUHS has an Environmental Science and Outdoors Homeroom which meets 4 days a week and completes multiple in-school environmental projects and recreational outings. These include educational campaigns to raise awareness of environmental issues.
MUHS students take part in snowshoe and hiking trips throughout the year
MUHS has a rock climbing club and goes to climb at Devil's Lake State Park
MUHS students partake in sophomore service and junior discipleship service hours to give back to the community in both social and environmental justice. Laudato Si' Project also plugs students into these volunteer projects.
MUHS does a neighborhood trash cleanup around Earth Day each year.
MUHS has increased its recycling program and has installed new bubblers that have a water bottle filler to encourage re-usable water bottles.
The Environmental Science and Outdoors homeroom is looking into several sustainability projects including: Green Ribbon School Certification, composting, encouraging carpooling, and green infrastructure like butterfly gardens and bio-swales.
MUHS takes service trips to Ecuador, Dominican Republic, and the Cheyenne Indian Reservation to work for social and environmental justice