On Thursday, September 28, 2017, the Marist Volleyball program will be hosting St. Pius X for the 9th annual Claws for a Cause in Young Gym in Centennial Center. All proceeds from the event will benefit the American Cancer Society.
Students from Mrs. Buchanan’s Spanish IV course collaborated with the Office of Inclusion and Diversity to create an installation in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month currently on display in the main office. The installation reflects upon Marist School’s connection with Latin America through arts and culture, community outreach, as well as travel experiences and mission trips.
The Arcade Dining Area (affectionately known as the “Bubble” by students) serves as the dining area for seniors during the school day and a venue for a wide variety of other events and activities at other times. On Monday, August 21, the Arcade Dining Area was named in honor of the Marist Parents Club whose generous support of The Way. The Hope. The Promise. capital campaign helped make it a reality.
Each summer, Marist School faculty members engage in a variety of professional development programs to hone their skills, expand their knowledge, and learn new ways to engage students. Here is a glimpse into the enrichment activities explored by Mrs. Sharon Coheley, Mr. Eric McNaughton, Mr. Eric Heintz, and Mr. Mike Burns this past summer.
On Friday, August 12,the faculty and staff of Marist School and Notre Dame Academy, a Marist-sponsored school in Duluth, Ga., came together to launch the 2017-2018 school year with a day of prayer, reflection, and service.
Marist School has been selected to participate in the Disney Theatrical Licensing Pilot Program and will be one of the first schools nationwide to mount a production of Disney’s modern fairy tale, Freaky Friday, before the musical is released to general licensing.