Thank you for your interest in Marist School! Marist has two primary entry points for students in 7th and 9th grades to which we typically accept 150 and 50 students respectively.
At this time, the deadline to apply for the 2022-2023 school year has passed. If you are moving from out of state, or you are interested in submitting a Wait Pool Application for your child, please contact the Admissions Office at (770) 936-2214 to speak with an Admissions Officer and to receive an application code. Please note, admission in upper grades is solely dependent on space availability. We are not accepting applications for the 8th grade.
- Step 1 – Create a Ravenna Account
- Step 2 - Submit the Online Application
- Step 3 - Submit the Parent Questionnaire
- Step 4 - Submit the Student Questionnaire
- Step 5 - Register for the SSAT
- Step 6 - Deliver Transcript Request
- Step 7 - Delegate Teacher Evaluation Forms
- Step 8 - Delegate Administrator/Counselor Form
- Step 9 - Delegate Parish/Church Verification Form
- Step 10 - Track Your Application
|October 2021-March 2022||Marist School admissions events|
|October 15, 2021||Marist 2022-2023 application available in Ravenna|
|October 2021-January 2022||Required SSAT testing|
|December 5, 2021||Open House|
|January 24, 2022||
Deadline to submit Marist application
|February 4, 2022||Deadline for Marist to receive supplemental forms|
|February 16, 2022||Deadline to submit separate financial aid application|
|April 2, 2022||AAAIS common notification date|
|April 14, 2022||Deadline to respond to offer of admission|
Since 1985, Marist has been a member of A Better Chance (ABC), a national school referral service noted for its work with students of color. More than 30 ABC Scholars currently attend Marist, and nearly 150 scholars have graduated to date. For candidates referred to Marist by A Better Chance, please review our helpful ABC Checklist. Importantly, some application items come directly to Marist from A Better Chance, while others are specific to Marist and require the prospective family to complete and submit.
Marist School seeks to foster a community of inclusion that respects the dignity of the individual in the areas of age, gender, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, culture, and sexual orientation. This obligation to build a community of inclusion is based on Sacred Scripture, the teachings of the Catholic Church, and the spirit and traditions of the Society of Mary. All members of the Marist School community are responsible for advancing an understanding of and a respect for diversity.
Marist School does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. Aligning with the Marist values of inclusiveness and hospitality, Marist School applies this policy to its educational, admissions, financial aid, athletic, and other school-administered programs.