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Marist School Presents Conversation Series

On Thursday, January 28, Marist School launched the first installment in its Conversation Series, video discussions centered on Strategic Plan 2025.
Facilitated by Marist School Principal Mr. Kevin Mullally, the Marist Conversation Series features Marist administrators discussing the five priorities of Strategic Plan 2025.  They will elaborate on each priority and share current and future plans. We look forward to discussing the progress Marist School has made toward achieving the bold vision of providing a world-class Catholic education that prepares students to lead and serve with compassion, integrity, and a sense of purpose.
 
Conversation on Strategic Priority 1: Be Unwaveringly Marist
Premiered Thursday, January 28 at 7 p.m. on YouTube

Featured Marist Administrators:
Fr. Bill Rowland, S.M., President
Mr. Kevin Mullally, Principal

In this conversation, you will hear how Marist School remains steadfast in its Marist identity while fulfilling the mission of forming young people in the image of Christ. We will address these important questions among others:

How does Marist School demonstrate fidelity to the spiritual tradition of the Marists (Society of Mary)?

What ongoing education is provided to the Marist School community (alumni, faculty/staff, students) in the Marist Way of living the Gospel?

How does Marist School foster relationships with Society of Mary schools worldwide?

Conversation on Strategic Priority 2: Excel in Academics
Thursday, February 25 at 7 p.m. on YouTube

Featured Marist Administrators:
Mr. Kevin Mullally, Principal
Mrs. Kim Premoli, Academic Dean
Mrs. Molly Carlin, Dean of Faculty
 
In this conversation, you will hear how Marist School provides an academic education of excellence that teaches students to think critically and creatively in collaboration with others. We will address these important questions among others:
 
How does Marist School support and grow our academic program of distinction with innovative teaching techniques as well as technology-rich, experiential, and interdisciplinary learning?
 
How does Marist personalize each student’s academic experience?
 
How does Marist attract, develop, and retain faculty and staff committed to the mission of the school?
 
Submit your questions for the Excel in Academics conversation by Tuesday, February 2.
 
Conversation on Strategic Priority 3: Educate the Whole Child – Part 1
Focusing on Student Programming
Monday, March 22 at 7 p.m. on YouTube
 
In this conversation, you will hear how Marist School attends to the non-academic needs of our students through best-in-class campus ministry and counseling programs and a special focus on nurturing our youngest students. We will address these important questions among others:

How does Marist School enhance the spiritual practice of our students?

How does Marist provide emotional, social, and academic support for students?

How does Marist’s Foundations program address the unique needs of 7th and 8th grade students?
 
Submit your questions for the Educate the Whole Child conversations by Tuesday, February 23.
 
Conversation on Strategic Priority 3: Educate the Whole Child – Part 2
Focusing on Student Activities
Monday, March 29 at 7 p.m. on YouTube
 
In this conversation, you will hear about the wide variety of opportunities Marist School has for students to explore passions and talents in athletics, fine arts, and other areas of interest. We will address these important questions among others:

How do Marist School’s extracurricular activities broaden students’ perspectives and help them determine who they are and what they are called to do?
 
How has Marist invested in spaces for experiential and interdisciplinary learning to take place?
 
Submit your questions for the Educate the Whole Child conversations by Tuesday, February 23.
 
Conversation on Strategic Priority 4: Form Global-Ready Servant Leaders
Thursday, April 29 at 7 p.m. on YouTube
 
In this conversation, you will hear how Marist School prepares students to work with others, including those with different backgrounds and perspectives, by emphasizing constructive dialogue, community outreach, and spiritual practice as the cornerstones of Christ-centered global readiness. We will address these important questions:

What opportunities does Marist School provide for students to engage in constructive dialogue?

How is service and leadership woven throughout the curriculum and student experience?

How does Marist leverage the international network of the Society of Mary to provide meaningful learning experiences for students?
 
Submit your questions for the Form Global-Ready Servant Leaders conversation by Tuesday, April 6.
 
Conversation on Strategic Priority 5: Secure the Future
Wednesday, May 19 at 7 p.m. on YouTube
 
In this conversation, you will hear how Marist School ensures our future by practicing sound financial management and creating and nurturing a culture of philanthropy. We will address these important questions among others:

How does Marist School make its educational experience accessible to as many students as possible?

How does Marist School fund innovative programs and enhance the campus, and what are the priorities?

How does philanthropy help Marist’s daily operations and ensure a solid financial footing for the future?
 
Submit your questions for the Secure the Future conversation by Tuesday, May 4.
 
For questions about the Marist Conversation Series, please email info@marist.com.

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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