Fr. Konzen’s Leadership and Society class, offered only every other year, is extremely popular among students and requires an application to be selected to take it. The one-term elective probes the meaning and content of leadership through readings from literature; readings and research in the field of leadership; analysis of case studies; and most importantly, discussions with visiting business, non-profit, political, religious, and student leaders.
The blessing and planting of the peace pole on campus took place to remember the tragedies of September 11, 2001, affirm the United Nations International Day of Peace on September 21, and to rely on the spirit of Jesus, the Prince of Peace to give us strength to build a world of justice.
On Friday, August 12, Marist School welcomed Sr. Georgeanne Donovan S.M.S.M. to campus for the annual faculty and staff retreat. To share in the experience, Marist School invited the faculty and staff of the two other Marist-sponsored schools in Atlanta, Notre Dame Academy and Sophia Academy.
Marist School has announced the successful conclusion of The Way. The Hope. The Promise. The Campaign for Marist School., a $35 million capital campaign which has transformed Marist’s campus, touching every facet of the school and dramatically enhancing the educational experience of current and future Marist students. The campaign, which exceeded its goal by raising $37.2 million, has funded all of the projects of the first phase of the school’s Campus Master Plan.