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  • High Hopes for St. Mark's 2015 Fall Athletic Season

    Lyndsey Armacost '14
    Posted August 25, 2015

    St. Mark’s academic year kicks off soon and is followed quickly by the fall athletic season. Head of School John Warren ’74 and the athletic office are looking forward to continued success and a fun, competitive environment for the students. Athletics is an important pillar of life at St. Mark’s. With academics beginning in just a few short weeks, the fall athletic season comes with it.

  • St. Mark's Parents Set Record With Outstanding 2015 Annual Fund Support

    Posted August 24, 2015

    This past fiscal year, the St. Mark’s Annual Fund raised more money than ever before in the School’s history, receiving $2,095,361 in gifts. A full 37% of that total came from the contributions of St. Mark’s parents. The School’s parent community set a new record as they passed the $700K mark for the very first time, raising some $773,648.

  • The view of Mount Monadnock from the boys' camp.

    BRANTWOOD CAMP-- The Tradition Continues: For 95 Years a St. Mark’s Summer Service Experience

    Posted August 19, 2015

    This summer, as in each of the last 94 summers, students from St. Mark's School have gone up to Brantwood Camp in Peterborough, NH, as volunteers working with inner-city youth. In addition, St. Mark's alumni and faculty are continually involved with the Camp in a variety of ways: as trustees, supporters, and advocates to the greater community.

  • David and Sharon Giblin Named New Co-Chairs of the St. Mark’s Parents’ Association

    Posted August 17, 2015

    This summer it was announced that David and Sharon Giblin , parents of Meg’12 and David (Cooper) ’18, will be the new co-chairs of the St. Mark’s Parents’ Association. They succeed Caleb and Elizabeth White, whose daughter, Faith, received her St. Mark’s diploma this past Prize Day.

  • Intellectual Spark Online: LEO—the St. Mark’s Academic Journal—Begins its Third Year this Fall

    Posted August 10, 2015

    On September 24, 2013, LEO, a new online academic journal at St. Mark’s, made its debut. Sponsored by the St. Mark’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, the journal’s mission was to provide a forum for the wide range of intellectual pursuits and creative talents at St. Mark’s. Over the next two years it would exhibit academic work across the disciplines and voluntary work beyond the curriculum by St. Mark’s students, and from the adults in the School community articles about pedagogy, particular skills or content within classes, and accounts of outside experiences in the many roles that they serve at St. Mark’s. This fall, LEO will begin its third year, showcasing the variety of intellectual spark and insightful experiences to be found here.

  • Tess D'Orsi (#7) in action for the U.S. U-19 national team

    Tess D’Orsi ’16 Helps USA Women’s Lacrosse Earn Silver at this Summer’s World Games

    Posted August 3, 2015

    Rising Sixth Former Tess D’Orsi was instrumental in this year’s Team USA Silver Medal success at the Federation of International Lacrosse World Games held in Edinburgh, Scotland in late July and early August.

  • St. Mark’s to Celebrate its Sesquicentennial in October

    Posted August 3, 2015

    Founded in 1865, St. Mark’s is 150 years old this year. The School’s Sesquicentennial celebration will take place on October 2-3, 2015.

  • Desmond Goodwin ’16 Takes Home Gold and Silver at U.S. Rowing Club Nationals

    Posted August 3, 2015

    Congratulations to St. Marker Desmond Goodwin, Class of 2016, who won both Gold and Silver at the 2015 U.S. Rowing Club National Championship races, as part of the Charles River Scullers team (formerly the Boston Rowing Club).

  • “Leadership Training for Young People” – Katie Hartigan ’17 at Summer Rotary Leadership Conference

    Posted July 27, 2015

    In late June, Katie Hartigan ’17 represented the Southborough Rotary Club as a recipient of a Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) at the annual district RYLA Leadership Conference at Worcester State University in Worcester, MA.

  • "Global Competence" - 2015 Global Citizenship Institute at St. Mark's a Tremendous Success

    Posted July 21, 2015

    Over seven days this summer, from July 6 through July 12, students and faculty from nine different schools took part in the 2nd Annual Global Citizenship Institute at St. Mark’s. A collaboration between St. Mark’s School and Austria’s Salzburg Global Seminar, the Global Citizenship Institute’s mission is to educate and support faculty and students from public, private and international secondary schools as they learn ways to become engaged global citizens, actively working to solve problems of global and local significance.

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