Marist School students Kennedy Walls ’20 and Amanda Houston ’25 were recently honored in Reporter Newspapers' “20 Under 20” list, which features Atlanta-area students who give back to their communities through volunteer service and leadership.
On December 12, the Latin American Studies Culture Club (LASCC) invited the Marist School community to a reception and opening of their art/photography exhibit, “Belonging: Who We Are, Where We Come From, and What We Bring to Marist,” in the Gunn Gallery.
On Friday, October 4, the Marist School community—students and their families, faculty/staff, and alumni—came together for another memorable Homecoming. Throughout spirit week, students celebrated activities related to the “Homecoming Sweet Homecoming” theme, leading up to the spirit pep rally on Friday afternoon. Members of the Half Century Club, Marist alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago, returned to campus for a reception prior to the Homecoming Volunteer Appreciation Dinner in Centennial Center. Wally the War Eagle, the Marist cheerleaders, and the Marist Marching Band joined the festivities to help spread War Eagle Fever.
December 1 marked the beginning of Advent, and Marist School’s Campus Ministry Director Brian Freel has shared with the school community an opportunity to celebrate Christmas in a humble, yet beautiful fashion. This year, Marist is encouraged to follow the four tenants of the Advent Conspiracy—Worship Fully, Spend Less, Give More, Love All—throughout the Advent Season.
Marist School has announced its faculty and staff award recipients for the 2019-2020 school year. The award recipients were recognized at Marist’s annual St. Peter Chanel Society Recognition Dinner held on Tuesday, October 22 at the Atlanta History Center.