Michael Artlip, '16, was the Valedictorian at Strake Jesuit and is a Division I Athlete at Penn State!
Kendall Doerr, '20, shares her story about how speech at St. Mark's prepared her for high school.
We’re proud of St. Mark's alumna, Ava Phillips, '18, who wrote a very thoughtful piece for The Buzz Magazines about the events in Washington D.C. in January.
In June, a group of enthusiastic learners from St. Mark's traveled to Peru as part of our Summer Spanish Immersion Experience.
Our physical education and athletics programs encourage playfulness, growth, resilience, and collaboration.
Part of celebrating the uniqueness of each child is recognizing the similarities and differences among us.
Learn how we celebrate our students' intellectual curiosity.
The community of St. Mark’s Episcopal School celebrates the uniqueness of each child. We are stewards of our students’ intellectual curiosity, faith, and passion for discovery. We cultivate joy, playfulness, and growth in a child-centered environment.
WHY ST. MARK'S?
We are a place where children are known and celebrated.
A STRONG SENSE OF COMMUNITY
Learn more about our community engaged.
Our graduates enter high school prepared by a program designed to advance their skills to meet the challenges of the upper grades.
- Early Childhood
Pre-K student, Little Brother, Train Enthusiast, Pretend Play Expert, English Speaker, Kind Friend, Collaborator, Creative Thinker, Family Heritage from Great Britain and Scotland, St. Mark’s Lion for 2 years
- Elementary School
3rd Grader, Kuk Sool learner, Violinist, Challenge Seeker, Empowered Learner, Empathetic Friend, British and Taiwanese Heritage, St. Mark’s Lion for 5 years
- Middle School
8th Grader, Photographer, Creative, Initiative Taker, Inclusive Thinker, Respectful Friend, Resource Finder, French, British, Czech, and Hispanic Heritage, St. Mark’s Lion for 9 years
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St. Mark’s Episcopal School admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, national, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and tuition assistance programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.