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Saint Mark’s specializes in early childhood and elementary education, intentionally pairing strong academics with social-emotional learning to help students thrive and grow into intelligent, well-rounded leaders.
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Our preschool program builds upon a child’s natural curiosity to discover and understand their world through the implementation of developmentally appropriate practice in creative and supportive learning environments.
We value the competencies of each child and are committed to helping children reach their unique potential by bringing learning to life. Our early childhood programs provide learning experiences that are grounded in children’s interests.
In the upper school grades, third through sixth, there is a strong emphasis on applying the foundational skills built in lower elementary. Scholars continue to enjoy reading for personal edification and for academic purposes.
Join Sharron Lee and Janel Umfress to learn about what to expect in your child’s development at different stages, as well as how our program is designed to meet their needs. Our student support team of learning specialists will present developmental stages for your child’s emotional, cognitive, and educational development. There will be time for […]
Grandparents and Special Friends Day will take place Friday, March 29. We look forward to welcoming more than 200 guests on our campus. This fun day is designed for grandparents and grown-up friends (like aunts, uncles, or godparents) of Saint Mark’s students from preschool through 6th grade. Our special guests spend the morning on campus enjoying student performances, classroom visits, and other activities. To RSVP for with questions, please […]
Gender stereotypes are very common in children’s literature. Classic children’s books and even contemporary literature often portray boys and girls in stereotypical ways. Join Mrs. Tolbert and our school librarian Jennifer Stanton to read and explore gender stereotypes in children’s picture books. We will examine how literature can contribute to gender stereotypes and counter them. […]