On Tuesday, May 24, the gym in Centennial Center was rededicated, blessed, and named in honor of Bill ’75 and Margaret Young, in recognition of the Young family’s generous support of Marist School and The Way. The Hope. The Promise. capital campaign. Marist School is incredibly grateful for the longtime commitment of the Youngs, a commitment that has lasted well beyond the graduations of their two sons, Bill ’11 and Brandon ’13.
Less than 10 days remain for us to reach our goal for The Way. The Hope. The Promise. The Campaign for Marist School. We have raised $34.8 million so far and need everyone to pitch in to raise the last $150,000 by June 1. These funds will allow us to accept two challenge grants and complete needed updates to lockers, restrooms, and classroom facilities in St. Peter Chanel Hall, our main classroom building and the oldest building on campus. Let's finish strong together!
Students began working on Habitat houses in 1985 and three years later established the Marist High School Habitat chapter, the first high school Habitat for Humanity chapter in the world. Then in 1992, Marist was an integral part of the first Independent High School build, a partnership it had been instrumental in founding with four other independent schools in the Atlanta area.