Marist School Archives

Mission Statement
The mission of the Marist Archives is to preserve, arrange, identify, collect, and make available for research the school’s records, artifacts, and publications.
Scope of the Collection
The Marist Archives include materials from the establishment of the school in 1901 through the present day.  The Marist Archives contains a wide variety of materials including yearbooks, newspapers, photographs, school records, personal papers, brochures and publications, and financial records.  Materials related to the following areas of Marist School life in the archives include: the Marist priests and brothers in Atlanta, faculty, students, grounds and buildings, fund raising, parents, athletics, and the fine arts.  The collection also includes a variety of artifacts such as uniforms, medals, awards, certificates and diplomas, and assorted memorabilia representing Marist over the decades.

Marist School Archives

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Michael Bieze

    Dr. Michael Bieze 

  • Photo of Louisa Moffitt

    Dr. Louisa Moffitt 



The Marist Archives are accessible by appointment to anyone wishing to conduct research on topics related to the history of Marist School in Atlanta. Please email

Marist School Archives
3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30319


The Marist School Archives welcomes any items, including photographs, letters, or other paraphernaliafrom your department, club, or sport. Please contact us if you have items for consideration so we can determine whether or not we can house the items as part of our collection. For photographs, it is helpful if you can note when they were taken as well as who is in them. 

    Marist School

    3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road, NE
    Atlanta, GA 30319-1899
    (770) 457-7201
    An Independent Catholic School of the Marist Fathers and Brothers