Goals for a Marist Student
By the time she or he arrives at graduation, the Marist student has partaken of a great variety of learning opportunities. The school trusts that out of this considerable experience is drawn the portrait of a well-rounded, sufficient, and capable young person on the verge of adulthood. Teachers and others at Marist endeavor to see that those about to graduate have reached a place of some attainment in the following areas and that students acknowledge the value of ongoing growth in these goals. The three primary groupings correspond to the three chief aims in the educational objectives of the Marist Society.