Thank you for your interest in ST. MARK Catholic School!
Admissions for 2020-2021: Thank you for your interest in providing your child(ren) with a Catholic education. Because we have capped class sizes even smaller than usual to ensure six feet of distance between all students in the classrooms, we have a waiting pool at each grade level. We will be reaching out to families in the waiting pool as openings occur. We are no longer accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year.
We are now accepting applications for 2021-2022. Click here to apply.
Our mission at ST. MARK School, an extension of our Parish, is to be a Christ-centered community, welcoming God’s children to continually grow in grace and wisdom. Recognizing the dignity and the uniqueness of each child, we promote academic excellence through a faith-based education. By developing a Catholic foundation “rooted in faith, knowledge and service,” we send forth our students on their journey through life to share the light of Christ.
Our program of strong academics and strong faith and moral development within a strong community is the hallmark of ST. MARK School.
Our challenging academic program employs critical thinking and exceeds local, state, and national standards. We strive to meet each child’s individual needs through differentiation, advanced academics, and small class sizes, all within a strong faith-based community.
Learn More About ST. MARK School
Take a Virtual Tour
Virtual Kindergarten Information Night
– Available On-Demand
Admissions Chat: By appointment, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
** Due to restrictions on visitors in the school building, we are unable to offer tours at this time. Watch some of our videos to get a feel for ST. MARK Catholic School.
OTHER IMPORTANT LINKS:
- Diocesan Financial Assistance Program
- Dress code information can be found here.
- ST. MARK Catholic School’s custom shopping site with Lands’ End may be found by clicking here.
ST. MARK School gave our children a very strong academic foundation. They were so well-prepared for high school. But more importantly, our children learned strong values and morals that have sustained them well during the challenging teenage years.
— parents of ST. MARK graduates