Each summer, Marist School’s athletics department hosts various sports camps dedicated to improving the skills of young aspiring athletes. These camps, for youth ranging from ages six to 16, are coached by Marist student-athletes as well as the Marist coaching staff. Camps include baseball, boys basketball, boys and girls lacrosse, boys and girls soccer, girls volleyball, boys and girls tennis, and boys and girls cross country/ track and field
Generous contributions to the Annual Fund help sustain the distinctive Marist experience by supporting academic programming, faculty professional development, and tuition assistance for deserving students.
To facilitate your transition to Marist School as a new parent, we have created a “New Parent Info” page under the Admissions tab. Please check the page often for a wide variety of information you will find useful.
More than 500 parents, alumni, faculty, and staff flocked to Ivy Street Center on Saturday, February 11 for Marist School’s biennial auction, a joint fundraising event coordinated by the Parents’ Club, Booster Club, and Marist Arts Guild. This year’s theme was Havana Nights. Kuhrt Gym was turned into Little Havana with string lights, a huge dance floor, Cuban-themed foods, and even a hand-rolled cigar station. The evening included a silent and live auction, dinner, dancing, and music by Moxie Band.
Each year the Marist Alumni Association recognizes three individuals for their exceptional service to Marist School and to their community. The 2017 alumni award recipients were recently honored at a luncheon held on April 12 at the Cherokee Town Club.
When Marist’s campus store opened at 9 a.m. on Monday, March 13, there was already a 90-minute wait outside of the doors. But it wasn’t the new spring attire or Lilly Pulitzer agenda that people were lining up to purchase. It was tickets to Shrek: the Musical!, Marist School’s spring theater offering, which was performed in Woodruff Auditorium on March 23-25.