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10 Years Later: From Marist Graduate to Teacher

Mrs. Carroll visiting Oxford, England, in 2019 with her husband Mr. Mike Carroll, also a Marist teacher.

Christian Conte, Junior Managing Editor

April 29, 2020

10 years ago, a Marist senior walked across the stage, received her diploma, and graduated Marist in the Class of 2010. After graduating Elon University in 2014, she returned to Marist School, now as a faculty member. Currently, she teaches English courses and moderates the Antioch retreat and the Peer Leader program. Meet Mrs. Katherine Carroll ’10. 

Advice from Department Chairs Reminiscing on High School

Kathryn Taylor, Faith Editor

April 28, 2020

Every academic department at Marist has a head who leads the department and is another level of making sure everything is running as it should. Many times throughout the year, the dynamic between teachers and students makes it easy to forget that they, too, were once in the students’ shoes. Remembering this, I asked a few...

The Love and Importance Behind Handwritten Notes

Kathryn Taylor '21 enjoys expressing her gratitude and love through handwritten notes.

Christian Conte, Junior Managing Editor

December 18, 2019

For me, handwritten notes are one of my favorite possessions. Their individuality and love are a constant reminder of my self-worth as well as how lucky I am to have such amazing friends.

Marist students and their Spanish exchange students after the football win against Denmark!

Marist: Spain Edition!

December 16, 2019

The more and more I talked with my Spanish Exchange student Anna Guillen, one of the students who joined the Marist community for 10 days from Barcelona, the more I realized I should be writing down a comparison between each of our daily lives, so I sat down, and began to ask more about her day to day life in Spain.

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