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What is Marist's affiliation?

Marist High School is a private, Catholic high school operated by the Marist Brothers of the United States.

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What is the admissions policy?

Marist offers an entrance exam every January as stipulated by the Archdiocese of Chicago. All prospective eighth graders are invited to take the exam. Those results, along with 7th and 8th grade grades and standardized test scores are examined. Marist offers three academic programs, serving a spectrum of student abilities.

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How can I visit Marist?

Marist High School offers several events during the year to tour our impressive 55 acre campus, including open house and Meet Marist. Check our calendar for details. Prospective families can also call the admissions office at 773.881.5330. Alumni interested in touring the school should call 77.881.5376.

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When did Marist open?

Marist High School opened its doors on September 9, 1963, with a charter class of 320 boys. In 2013, the school celebrated its 50th anniversary.

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Has Marist always been co-ed?

Marist High School opened as an all boys school in 1963. In the late 1990s, a growing desire from alumni and the community for a school where families could send both their sons and daughters emerged. After significant research, preparation, and training, Marist accepted its first co-ed class in 2002. The first co-ed class graduated in 2006.

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