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School News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Father John Ulrich, S.M. has returned to Marist School to serve as school chaplain.

    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.
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  • Marist School President J. D. Childs thanks President's Circle donors at a reception on September 20.

    Celebrating Generosity at the Fall President's Circle Reception

    On Wednesday, September 20, the Advancement Office and Marist School leadership came together to convey heartfelt appreciation for generous Annual Fund supporters during the Fall President's Circle Reception. The event provided a welcome occasion to highlight the profound impact that donors who invest in Marist School have on the lives of our students. Because of this generous support, the 2022-2023 Annual Fund was the strongest on record.
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  • Joined by St. Peter Chanel High School alumni, Marist School Rector Father Bill Rowland, S.M. blessed and dedicated the school's historic sunken relief sculpture of St. Peter Chanel.

    Historic Sculpture of St. Peter Chanel Dedicated at Marist School

    On Sunday, September 10, 2023, Marist School Rector Father Bill Rowland, S.M. blessed and dedicated an historic sunken relief sculpture of St. Peter Chanel that was recently affixed to the northeast side of Marist School’s main classroom building, St. Peter Chanel Hall. The sculpture, originally part of the façade of St. Peter Chanel High School in Bedford, Ohio, was installed at Marist over the summer, ending its 700-mile journey to its new home at Marist School. The limestone carving will serve as a daily reminder of the selflessness and enthusiasm the first Marist saint displayed in the missionary endeavors he was called by God to pursue.
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  • CNN correspondent Nick Valencia gave the keynote address at the inaugural Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month Assembly.

    Inaugural Hispanic Heritage Month Assembly Celebrates Belonging

    Over the years, Marist School has recognized Hispanic Heritage Month in a variety of ways in classes and clubs across campus, but, for the first time, Marist held an all-school assembly to spotlight the national opportunity to appreciate the rich history, culture, and contributions of Americans with ancestry from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Marist is intentional about uplifting the blessings of diversity on our campus, and this assembly was a way to do just that in honor of the 9.2% of Marist students who identify with this background. A 2023-2024 signature event of Marist’s Office of Inclusion & Diversity, the Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month Assembly was organized by Marist history teacher Mr. José Gregory and a team of student leaders. By all accounts, the event was a resounding success.
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  • Father Ralph Olek, S.M., who is marking 45 years of teaching at Marist School this year, welcomes former students and current parents at the Generations Welcome Back Tailgate.

    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.
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Athletics News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Blue & Gold Athletics Circle Recipients Named for 2023

    Marist School has named 10 alumni to be inducted into its Blue & Gold Athletics Circle, which was established in 2003 to honor those who have made outstanding contributions to Marist School Athletics. Additionally, two individuals will receive the Blue & Gold Athletics Service Award. 
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  • Marist School Names New Head Cheerleading Coach

    Marist School has named Elizabeth Dete head cheerleading coach. 
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  • Varsity Football advanced to the Elite Eight.

    Marist School Athletics Conclude First 6A Division Fall Season

    Congratulations to our varsity athletes and coaches for a successful fall season of sports at Marist School.
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  • Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country Team, 6A State Champions.

    Marist Girls Cross Country Win 6A State Championships

    Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country team for bringing home Marist School's first 6A division State Championship title on Saturday, November 5.

    Ruby Little '24, Kate Selover '23, Maeve Waddell '25, Stella Chambless '24, Aggie Law '24, Nicole Barrios '24, and Emily Delmonte '23 all raced and helped win the Girls Cross Country program their 23rd State Title and 3rd in a row!
  • Marist Hires Sean Dever as Athletics Assistant and Head Coach for Girls Lacrosse

    Marist School has hired Sean Dever as their new head girls lacrosse coach. Dever also will work in the Athletics Office on marketing initiatives, athletics social media, athletics purchasing, and game management for Marist’s 70 athletic teams.
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An Independent Catholic School of the Marist Fathers and Brothers