Our Campus

Campus Overview

Marist School, founded in 1901 on Ivy Street (now Peachtree Center Avenue) in downtown Atlanta, moved to its present location on Ashford Dunwoody Road in 1962. The campus, which is within the city limits of Brookhaven in Dekalb County, features state-of-the-art academic and athletic facilities as well as a performing arts auditorium, library and computer facilities, and a chapel.

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  • Aquatic Center

    Marist School’s aquatic center provides an opportunity for swimmers to hone their skills with a 25-yard, eight-lane pool and diving well.
  • Bishop Gunn Administration Center

    The Bishop Gunn building houses the administration and admissions offices as well as the visual art studios and gallery. Additionally, Marist's Office for Inclusion & Diversity and the Marist-sponsored Centro Hispano Marista have offices in the building.
  • Centennial Center

    Centennial Center seats 1,500 for meetings, assemblies, and Masses, and serves as an all-purpose center for the Marist community. Young Gym within Centennial Center features a basketball/volleyball court, and the facility also houses athletic offices, locker rooms, and a weight room.
  • Esmond Brady Memorial Chapel

    A gift from Esmond Brady, the chapel is the spiritual center of the Marist School community. Daily Mass for the Marist community is offered here each morning at 7:30 a.m.
  • Fr. Hartnett Building

    Named for a past president of Marist School, the Fr. Hartnett Building houses Marist’s Office for Institutional Advancement, which is responsible for the development, alumni, and communications efforts for the school. The Fr. Hartnett Building also is the location of the McDaniel Sachs Conference Room.
  • Hughes Spalding Stadium

    Fans have enjoyed watching the War Eagles in action at the Hughes Spalding Memorial Stadium since 1970.
  • Ivy Street Center

    Ivy Street Center, which was completed in 2014, features 17 classrooms and faculty offices for the English and mathematics departments as well as meeting spaces, the Campus Store, the Connolly Lecture Hall, and Kuhrt Gym. Its name pays homage to Marist School’s original campus on Ivy Street in downtown Atlanta. Winchester Lobby in Ivy Street Center is a popular gathering space for students and is used often for special events.

  • St. Peter Chanel Hall

    Serving as the true heart of the school, the recently renovated St. Peter Chanel Hall is where the majority of academic classes occur. Campus Ministry and the Counseling Office are also housed in this building. Underneath St. Peter Chanel Hall is the Arcade which contains a glass-walled dining and events space named in honor of Marist Parents Club.
  • Woodruff Auditorium

    As a venue for Marist School’s aspiring stars to let their talent shine, Woodruff Auditorium seats an audience of 350 and is home to more than 20 performances and events a year. Studios for band, chorus, and dance are also located in this building.
  • Wooldridge Center

    Wooldridge Center is home to the library, where our students learn effective research; the Tech Center which supports Marist’s integrated use of technology, including our 1:1 laptop program; and the Marist Academic Center, which is dedicated to providing academic resources to all students at Marist. Our STEAM labs, language instruction labs, robotics program, and the Marist-sponsored Reach for Excellence offices are also found here. 

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Marist School

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