Parent Programs

Parent Organizations

List of 5 items.

  • Marist Parents Club

    Click here to go to the MPC web page.
  • Spiritual Life at Marist

    Marist Way
    Marist School engages all members of the Marist community in the exploration of the common themes of the Marist identity.
    Contact: Mr. Mike Coveny

    Mothers of all faiths gather together to pray for the needs of the Marist Community. Marist Mother’s Prayer Group offers community prayer requests, monthly meetings with faith-related speakers, weekly rosary and email meditations, a bible study, and an annual retreat.
    Contact: Trish Hoff and Rush Little

    Marist Mothers of Alumni Prayer Group
    Spiritual growth opportunities continue even after children graduate from Marist.

    Marist Men’s Bible Study
    Open to men of all faiths and ages with a variety of Marist connections, the group meets Tuesday mornings from 7-8 a.m. The Men’s Bible Study has created the Driving Force ministry, which transports people on Sundays from local MARTA stations to Mass at Our Lady of the Assumption.
    Contact: John Kokoska

    Campus Ministry guides students on their faith journey throughout their time at Marist School, providing opportunities for service, leadership, retreats, Mass, and prayer.
    Contact: Mr. Brian Freel Director of Campus Ministry

    To be Marist is to reach out to the community to help the poor, the neglected, the underserved, and those on the fringes of society. All members of the Marist School community can participate in a wide variety of service opportunities.
    Contact: Mrs. Karen Shanahan Director of Community Service

    Alumni Service and Spirituality
    Alumni are encouraged continue their spiritual growth after leaving Marist School. The Marist Alumni Association offers alumni opportunities for spiritual education, community service, retreats, prayer groups, and social gatherings.
    Contact: Fr. Bill Rowland, S.M. Alumni Chaplain

    Centro Hispano Marista
    The Center for Hispanic Young Adult Education and Faith Formation, founded by the Society of Mary in 2012, offers young, Hispanic adults the opportunity to obtain their GEDs. Volunteer instructors and other classroom volunteers are welcomed during Tuesday evening sessions September through May.
    Contact: Fr. Bill Rowland, S.M. Alumni Chaplain

    Reach for Excellence
    Founded by the Society of Mary, Reach for Excellence is a tuition-free academic and leadership enrichment program that changes the lives of underserved middle school students. Volunteer opportunities are open to students, parents, and community members.
    Contact: Karen Dessables Executive Director
  • Families in Action

    Families In Action celebrates two decades at Marist this fall with focus on safer social guidelines for our students and effective communication among our parents. Over the years, Families In Action has grown into a strong tradition of Marist parents sharing concerns about issues involving the health and safety of their children. Our goal is to become attuned to the challenges facing our teens today and to address our children and each other with a unified voice. We seek to provide a safe, healthy, and chemical-free environment in which our children may develop.
    As a standing committee of Marist Parents' Club, we are working together with the school administration to enhance communication among our parents. Our parent workshops are designed to give parents valuable information and techniques for dealing with current issues involving our teens. Small group sessions are facilitated by trained Marist parents.

    We are very proud to be a member of the (NAPC) North Atlanta Parents' Council, representing several schools in the metro area that support area families in rearing healthy, responsible, and productive young people.

    For more information, please contact Families in Action at fia@marist.com.
  • Marist Arts Guild

    The Marist Arts Guild plays a critical role in promoting excellence and opportunity in all areas of fine arts education and important extracurricular activities that are a part of the fabric of Marist School.  We provide advocacy as well as financial and volunteer support for the Fine Arts Department, including instrumental music, choral music, visual arts, drama and dance.
    The funds we raise provide instruments, uniforms and choral attire, much needed supplies, facility improvements and awards for student achievement.  Parents help build sets for dramatic productions in Woodruff Auditorium, fit uniforms for the War Eagle Marching Band, drive buses and vans, load sets and instruments, mount exhibits, sew costumes and flags, prepare and serve refreshments, usher, help with filing and phone calls, and organize volunteers.
  • Booster Club

    The Booster Club helps maintain excellence for all Marist athletic programs through financial and volunteer support.  The financial support supplements the athletic budget to provide the best equipment and training for our student-athletes.  Numerous volunteers assist in Marist's sixy-nine athletic opportunities.
    The funds raised through the efforts of many Booster Club volunteers help to enable our student-athletes have the proper equipment and training facilities when they participate in athletics.  This funding is obtained through membership, fundraisers (Golf and Tennis Tournaments, Celebrity Roast, and Marist Auction), and athletic concession stands.

    In addition to providing the sports banquets for all varsity and junior varsity student-athletes, the Booster Club sponsors the Scholar-Athlete and Dean Hargis award programs.  The recipient of the Scholar-Athlete Award is chosen for his or her exemplary academic achievement and is presented a plaque, certificate, and a patch at his or her team banquet.  A male and a female overall Scholar-Athlete are chosen from the senior scholar-athletes and are recognized at the end of the year senior assembly.  The Dean Hargis Award recognizes the senior male and female athletes who have made outstanding contributions to Marist School through leadership, dedication and perseverance.

Parent Events

List of 10 events.

  • Sep
    18

    Marist Online Rosary Group

    Marist Online Rosary Group

    Every Friday morning at 10:30 a.m., all in the Marist community are welcome to join the “Marist Rosary Meeting” room via the link below. The Marist Rosary group has regularly met in the Marist Chapel for many years, but during these times, the Rosary group has kept the “Marist spirit” alive online. Please feel free to join any Friday.

    Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. 
    https://www.gotomeet.me/Pipers/marist-rosary-meeting-room

    You can also dial in using your phone.
    United States: +1 (872) 240-3311 

    Access Code: 115-038-629

    New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/115038629
     
    Online
  • Sep
    21

    Praying for the Next Generation

     
    Praying for the Next Generation
    Please join MMPG moms to pray for our children. All are welcome. 
    Monday, September 21st 12:00-1:00pm at the backyard of Kitty White, 4637 Tall Pines Drive NW
    We will meet the third Monday of every month at noon – location will be announced each month.
    Home of Kitty White
    Holly King
  • Sep
    22

    Summer Reading Discussion Series for Parents - Just Mercy

    Summer Reading Discussion Series

    for Parents

    The Marist Alumni Association, Campus Ministry, and Office of Inclusion & Diversity are collaborating to offer adults in the Marist School community an opportunity to discuss Stamped: Racism, Anti-racism and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi and Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, the selections for Marist’s 2020-2021 “On the Same Page” summer reading program. Please refer to the email sent Thursday, August 27 for detailed information about the discussion series.
     
    How to Register
    If you are interested in participating, please sign up no later than Tuesday, September 8.
     
    Please be sure to register as we will need to prepare facilitators and technology well before the discussion. We will send out the Zoom link along with questions for each set of chapters the week before each session and ask participants to come ready to discuss one or two.
     
    Parent Discussion Sessions
     
    Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
    Tuesday evenings, 7–8:30 p.m., Virtual via Zoom
    September 22: Chapters 6-11

    Questions?
    Please direct any questions you may have to diversity@marist.com or campusministry@marist.com.
    Online
  • Sep
    23
  • Sep
    24

    Summer Reading Discussion Series for Parents - Stamped

    Summer Reading Discussion Series

    for Parents

    The Marist Alumni Association, Campus Ministry, and Office of Inclusion & Diversity are collaborating to offer adults in the Marist School community an opportunity to discuss Stamped: Racism, Anti-racism and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi and Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, the selections for Marist’s 2020-2021 “On the Same Page” summer reading program. Please refer to the email sent Thursday, August 27 for detailed information about the discussion series.
     
    How to Register
    If you are interested in participating, please sign up no later than Tuesday, September 8.
     
    Please be sure to register as we will need to prepare facilitators and technology well before the discussion. We will send out the Zoom link along with questions for each set of chapters the week before each session and ask participants to come ready to discuss one or two.
    Stamped: Racism, Anti-racism and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi
    Thursday evenings, 7–8:30 p.m., Virtual via Zoom
    September 17: Chapters 1-10
    September 24: Chapters 11-20
    October 1: Chapters 21-28
     
    Questions?
    Please direct any questions you may have to diversity@marist.com or campusministry@marist.com.
    Online
  • Sep
    25

    Marist Online Rosary Group

    Marist Online Rosary Group

    Every Friday morning at 10:30 a.m., all in the Marist community are welcome to join the “Marist Rosary Meeting” room via the link below. The Marist Rosary group has regularly met in the Marist Chapel for many years, but during these times, the Rosary group has kept the “Marist spirit” alive online. Please feel free to join any Friday.

    Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. 
    https://www.gotomeet.me/Pipers/marist-rosary-meeting-room

    You can also dial in using your phone.
    United States: +1 (872) 240-3311 

    Access Code: 115-038-629

    New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/115038629
     
    Online
  • Sep
    29

    Summer Reading Discussion Series for Parents - Just Mercy

    Summer Reading Discussion Series

    for Parents

    The Marist Alumni Association, Campus Ministry, and Office of Inclusion & Diversity are collaborating to offer adults in the Marist School community an opportunity to discuss Stamped: Racism, Anti-racism and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi and Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, the selections for Marist’s 2020-2021 “On the Same Page” summer reading program. Please refer to the email sent Thursday, August 27 for detailed information about the discussion series.
     
    How to Register
    If you are interested in participating, please sign up no later than Tuesday, September 8.
     
    Please be sure to register as we will need to prepare facilitators and technology well before the discussion. We will send out the Zoom link along with questions for each set of chapters the week before each session and ask participants to come ready to discuss one or two.
     
    Parent Discussion Sessions
     
    Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
    Tuesday evenings, 7–8:30 p.m., Virtual via Zoom
    September 29: Chapters 12-Epilogue

    Questions?
    Please direct any questions you may have to diversity@marist.com or campusministry@marist.com.
    Online
  • Sep
    30
  • Oct
    1

    Summer Reading Discussion Series for Parents - Stamped

    Summer Reading Discussion Series

    for Parents

    The Marist Alumni Association, Campus Ministry, and Office of Inclusion & Diversity are collaborating to offer adults in the Marist School community an opportunity to discuss Stamped: Racism, Anti-racism and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi and Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, the selections for Marist’s 2020-2021 “On the Same Page” summer reading program. Please refer to the email sent Thursday, August 27 for detailed information about the discussion series.
     
    How to Register
    If you are interested in participating, please sign up no later than Tuesday, September 8.
     
    Please be sure to register as we will need to prepare facilitators and technology well before the discussion. We will send out the Zoom link along with questions for each set of chapters the week before each session and ask participants to come ready to discuss one or two.
    Stamped: Racism, Anti-racism and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi
    Thursday evenings, 7–8:30 p.m., Virtual via Zoom
    September 17: Chapters 1-10
    September 24: Chapters 11-20
    October 1: Chapters 21-28
     
    Questions?
    Please direct any questions you may have to diversity@marist.com or campusministry@marist.com.
    Online
  • Oct
    2

    Marist Online Rosary Group

    Marist Online Rosary Group

    Every Friday morning at 10:30 a.m., all in the Marist community are welcome to join the “Marist Rosary Meeting” room via the link below. The Marist Rosary group has regularly met in the Marist Chapel for many years, but during these times, the Rosary group has kept the “Marist spirit” alive online. Please feel free to join any Friday.

    Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. 
    https://www.gotomeet.me/Pipers/marist-rosary-meeting-room

    You can also dial in using your phone.
    United States: +1 (872) 240-3311 

    Access Code: 115-038-629

    New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/115038629
     
    Online
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