The Marist School Archives includes materials from the establishment of the school in 1901 through the present day. The Marist School 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’s widely distributed records such as school publications, open meeting minutes, and publicity photographs, are available to researchers. Other archival records will normally remain closed for 25 years from the date of their creation. Access to record series spanning several years will be granted 25 years from the most recent date in the series. During the period of restriction, records will be available only to current staff of the President’s Office, the Principal’s Office, the office of origin, and the Archives. Some archival records will remain permanently closed.