The unique mission of Marist School to form the whole person in the image of Christ is created by blending three distinct traditions: the pursuit of academic excellence, the heritage of Catholic education, and the spirit of the Society of Mary.
As an academic community, Marist School maintains excellence in teaching and high expectations for learning in an environment that values scholarship and achievement. Marist offers its students a curriculum that cultivates extensive knowledge and academic skills, intellectual acumen, formation of character, aesthetic appreciation, and physical well-being in order to prepare them for college studies, civic leadership, and the lifelong pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty.
As a Catholic school, Marist is guided by the educational mission and doctrinal teaching of the Catholic Church. Respecting religious diversity, Marist welcomes a significant number of students from other traditions. Through formal instruction, common worship, and religious activities, Marist assists students in forming their consciences by emphasizing the dignity and integrity of the individual, the primacy of transcendent values and Jesus' call to love and serve others, especially the poor.
As a Marist institution, Marist School is enlivened by the spirit of the Society of Mary. It strives to create a caring and concerned family; to befriend and show confidence in young people while maintaining high expectations for their conduct; to develop among students a close personal relationship with God and the habit of prayer; to nurture a community that fosters hospitality, generosity, and responsible stewardship in students from all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds; and to foster a concern for those who are often forgotten or neglected by society.
Since 1901, Marist School has cherished these three traditions as the root and foundation of its mission.
Marist School welcomes applications from faith-driven, qualified candidates for faculty and staff positions in all academic areas, counseling, campus ministry, technology, athletics, administration, support staff, and childcare. Teaching candidates must have a degree in their field or equivalent. Coaches and activity sponsors are also encouraged to apply.
Marist offers a competitive benefits package for all full-time employees, including but not limited to, competitive salaries, basic and major medical insurance including dental, life insurance, a retirement program with employer matched contributions, tuition reimbursement for advanced degrees, professional development support, mentor support, longevity bonuses, and subsidized child care on campus. Named an AJC Top Work Place 2020.