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List of 20 news stories.
Father John Ulrich, S.M. Returns: A Reunion of Past and Present at Marist School
For over a century, Marist School has stood as a pillar of Catholic educational excellence in Atlanta. Its enduring success and rich history are deeply intertwined with the steadfast presence and devotion of Marist priests. Throughout its storied past, the school has continued to flourish since its founding by the Society of Mary, with Marist priests providing faithful guidance from the beginning. While the Marist priests have long prepared the school community for the shift to lay leadership, we now joyfully celebrate the privilege of welcoming back Father John Ulrich, S.M. as he returns to Marist School as chaplain in 2023.
Generations Welcome Back Tailgate: Fostering Legacy Connections and School Spirit
On Friday, August 25, the Marist Alumni Office extended a warm welcome to over 150 alumni and their families at the Generations Welcome Back Tailgate. This annual gathering brought together Generations alumni—those graduates of Marist School who are also current Marist parents or grandparents—to kick off the current school year. The tailgate serves as a joyful reunion and opportunity to offer a heartfelt welcome to new legacy families returning to Marist in a new capacity. These families are poised to create new Marist memories in fresh and exciting ways.
The Camino de Santiago, the Albergue de la Santa Cruz, and What it Means to be a Pilgrim
This story was written by Maggie Strickland ’24, who served as a communications intern in the Advancement Office through Marist’s Career Connections program.
Marist priest Father Daniel Fernández, S.M. visited Marist School in February to tell the story and share the mission of the Albergue de la Santa Cruz. The mission of the albergue, or “hostel” in English, is to welcome pilgrims embarking on the Camino de Santiago, a famous pilgrimage route leading to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain known for drawing those who are looking for meaning or motivation in their lives and offering tranquility, rest, or a meaningful connection with others traveling to the burial place of St. James the Apostle. This summer, several Marist alumni accepted Fr. Fernández’s invitation to Spain.
Marist Alumni Recognized for Achievements and Service at 2023 Awards Luncheon
At a luncheon at Cherokee Town Club on Friday, May 19, the Marist Alumni Association honored the recipients of the 2023 Alumni Awards with many past award winners in attendance. Three individuals were recognized for their remarkable careers and lived Marist values, including the Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Christa-Marie Singleton, MD, MPH, FACPM, ’83, the Father Hartnett Service Award Recipient Kelleen Fitzgerald, MD, ’85, and the Outstanding Young Alumni Award recipient Colin Muething, PhD, BCBA-D, ’03.
Marist School Alumni Return to Campus for Heartfelt Reunions
Marist School alumni recently gathered to share memories and reconnect over Reunion Weekend 2023. This special weekend of events from April 28 to May 1, was a vibrant celebration of Marist’s cherished alumni and offered an invaluable opportunity for friends and former classmates from near and far to reunite in person.
On Wednesday, April 19, parents of Marist School alumni gathered for a prayer service in Esmond Brady Memorial Chapel and a reception in the Marist Rectory. This year’s Parents of Alumni Reception allowed school leadership and administrators to express gratitude to parents of alumni for their continued connection to Marist, provide updates on the most recent school news and events, and give them an opportunity to meet the school’s incoming president, J. D. Childs. Organized by the Alumni Office, this annual event is a crucial component in the effort to keep the Marist School community connected to one another and to the school.
An Artful Afternoon at the Alumni Women’s Luncheon
The 2023 Marist School Alumni Women’s Luncheon took place Wednesday, March 22 at Bella Cucina, founded by Alisa Barry ’82 in Atlanta, Georgia. The event celebrated community, mentorship, and the lifelong impact of a Marist education.
Alumni Entrepreneurs Spotlighted at Women’s Luncheon
The Marist Alumni Association hosted a joyous Alumni Women’s Luncheon on March 16 at Cherokee Town Club, the first in-person gathering for this annual event since 2019 (the 2020 luncheon was canceled due to the pandemic, and the 2021 luncheon was held virtually).
Recognizing Service and Excellence: Marist’s 2022 Alumni Award Recipients
On May 20, the Marist Alumni Association celebrated the 2022 Alumni Award recipients, recognizing three extraordinary individuals, Catherine “Kit” Hoover Sullivan ’88, Mark F. Galvin ’85, and Margaret M. Mullins ’06, for their exceptional service to Marist School and to the community. The award recipients were honored at a luncheon held at Cherokee Town Club.
Welcoming Alumni to Campus for Reunion Weekend 2022
Marist’s 2022 Reunion Weekend was a resounding success! The events held during this special weekend were a celebration of our alumni and an opportunity for friends and classmates to meet face-to-face in a familiar place.
Congratulations to Marist Alumnus and Los Angeles Rams Head Coach Sean McVay ’04 on Super Bowl LVI Victory
Please join us in congratulating Head Coach Sean McVay, Marist School Class of 2004, and the Los Angeles Rams on winning Super Bowl LVI. McVay is the recipient of the Marist Alumni Association’s 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award and the youngest head coach to ever win a Super Bowl. In May 2021, he was the commencement speaker at Marist School’s graduation ceremony for the Class of 2021.
John FitzPatrick '18 and his Georgia Bulldog teammates won the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in January. The Georgia tight end recently announced that he will enter the 2022 National Football League Draft.
Congratulations Sean McVay '04
Head Coach of the Los Angeles Rams Sean McVay '04 and his team won the National Football Conference Championship Game. Next up, Sean will take the Rams to Super Bowl LVI, the team's second Super Bowl appearance under his leadership. Sean is Marist's 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.
Sarah Skinner '18 Named Rhodes Scholarship Recipient
Marist School graduate Sarah A. Skinner ’18 was recently named a Rhodes Scholar.
More than 820 applicants were endorsed by 247 colleges and universities for one of the 32 scholarships awarded this year.
Marist parent of alumni, Michael Barry, has devoted a considerable amount of time and personal resources to help found The Bishop Joel M. Konzen S.M. Catholic School at Pope Francis School and Health Center in Ghana West Africa.
Cmdr. Joe Campbell '98 member of U.S. Navy's "Silent Service"
Cmdr. Joe Campbell '98 serves aboard USS Kentucky, known as America's "Silent Service", the Navy's submarine force operates a large fleet of technically advanced vessels. These submarines are capable of conducting rapid defensive and offensive operations around the world, in furtherance of U.S. national security.
Caroline Chipman '17 wins Marilyn Vincent Scholar Athlete Award
Caroline Chipman '17, a member of the UGA Women's Soccer team, was awarded with the Marilyn Vincent Scholar Athlete Award. This award recognizes the senior female athlete who is graduating with the highest GPA. Congratulations Caroline!