Even though the final months of your senior year have been turned upside down, and they lack the traditional feel, we still are going to celebrate you! We are proud of each of you and your accomplishments, but also impressed by how you have remained resilient in the face of adversity. To celebrate you, to rejoice in your achievements, and to acknowledge this milestone, we have reimagined our senior events to honor your commitment not only to Marist and to your academics, but to
each other. We are beyond overjoyed to celebrate with you and to watch you become a proud Marist alum. Don’t miss out on any of the
events and we hope to “see you” there!
Br. Hank Hammer, FMS Larry Tucker '79
Showing: The Class of 2020 Marist Memories
Thursday, May 7 to Saturday, May 9
Two showings each night: 8:45 p.m. and 10 p.m.
- Mandatory sign up through a registration link which will be emailed to students who must pre-register for one time slot only
- Only ONE graduate per car
- Attendees must stay in their cars.
- No more than 70 students per night
- Facemasks will be provided.
- Show runs about 30 minutes.
Take a ride down memory lane.
Tuesday, May 19 to Thursday, May 21
Opens at 8 p.m. on Tuesday and closes each night at midnight
- Hop in your car to take a slow drive through campus to experience it like never before,
- Special guest appearances nightly from 8:00 to 10:00 PM
- Families are welcome; only ONE graduate per car.
Drive-thru Graduation Practice SEE PHOTOS
A special moment
Friday, May 22 - 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- Rain or shine, decorate your car and ride over to Marist to grab your graduation garb, your commencement ticket, and a program for the Senior Celebration.
- You can wave to some of your favorite adults, and have your photo snapped under the portico where you started your Marist journey.
- It’s a short visit to campus, but a first-of-its-kind graduation practice.
- Don’t forget to wear your mask, and remember, only ONE graduate per car.
Sunday, May 24 - 1 p.m.
- Brother Hank Hammer, FMS, and Mr. Larry Tucker ’79 invite your family to join the Marist administration and Father Tom Hurley ’85 live from Old St. Patrick’s Church as Marist High School graduates its 54th class.
- Put on your cap and gown and gather with your families at home to share in this unique and special moment.
- Share the link with loved ones near and far, and make sure you post your pictures on social media throughout the celebration using #StillMarist.
- Click here to join us online.
A post-pandemic graduation celebration will be announced.