• Pioneer St. Mark’s History Research Fellowship Program Off to a Strong Start

    Posted March 22, 2015

    This year, for the first time, the history department has established the St. Mark’s History Research Fellowship: an advanced topic course in historical study. Taught by David Lyons—a 20-year veteran of the St. Mark’s faculty and former history department chair—the Fellowship program is intended for students wishing to pursue independent research and college-level engagement with the work of historians.

  • St. Mark’s Robotics Team Ranked 12th Out of 175 N.E. Schools After 2nd Place District Finish

    Posted March 16, 2015

    Congratulations to “Gone Fishin’ 3566,” the St. Mark’s Robotics team in March, ranked 12th overall in the New England FIRST(For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics competition standings. St. Mark’s is also currently in the Massachusetts Top Ten (ranked 6th out of 40 teams).

  • Project Grant Recipients, German Scholars Announced at All-School Meeting

    Posted March 13, 2015

    This past Wednesday, three St. Markers were named as recipients of funding grants for special projects, while 15 students were recognized for their achievement on the national German exam.

  • Winter Athletic Awards Recognize Achievement and Sportsmanship

    Posted March 13, 2015

    This past Thursday, the 2014-15 Winter Athletic Awards ceremony was held in the Putnam Family Arts Center’s Class of 1945 Hall, celebrating sportsmanship, season-long achievement, and individusl excellence, as many St. Markers were honored.

  • Dean of Students David Vachris opens the 2nd annual SM Quad Games

    Team Fearing Takes the Crown in Second Annual Quad Games Competition

    Posted March 10, 2015

    For the second year in a row, the Quad Games were an unqualified success. Team Fearing emerged the winner, edging out Teams Large, Thayer, and Phoenix.

  • Boys’ Varsity Hockey Wins New England Championship with a 3-1 Victory Over Westminster

    Posted March 9, 2015

    A go-ahead goal by co-captain Brendan Dawson ’15 helped lead St. Mark’s to a 3-1 triumph over Westminster in the final game of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) Piatelli/Simmons (Small School) playoff tournament. It was St. Mark’s first NEPSAC title since 1992.

  • #13 Derek Osik '16 scored the game-winner vs. Proctor, a team which had beaten St. Mark's earlier in the season

    Last Second Goal Sends Boys' Varsity Hockey lnto NEPSAC Championship Final

    Posted March 7, 2015

    With just seconds to go, a goal by Derek Osik '16 gave St. Mark's a 5-4 win over Proctor Academy and sent St. Mark's into the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference championship game.

  • Math in Health Care: Mathematicians at Work Series Features Joao DeOliveira ‘05

    Posted March 6, 2015

    On Thursday evening, the St. Mark’s Mathematicians at Work series welcomed alumnus Joao DeOliveira ’05 as a guest speaker. DeOliveira is a biomedical engineer, and he spoke on the topic of “Math in Health Care.”

  • Boys’ Varsity Basketball, Hockey Defeat Masters, New Hampton; Both Teams Advance in NEPSAC Tourneys

    Posted March 5, 2015

    With a pair of victories over visiting teams yesterday, the St. Mark’s Boys’ Varsity Basketball and Boys’ Varsity Hockey Teams both advance in their respective New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) tournaments.

  • Continuing the School’s Oldest Ongoing Tradition of Service: New Brantwood Director Visits St. Mark’s

    Posted March 4, 2015

    Kevin Mitrano, the new Executive Director of Brantwood Camp, visited St. Mark’s on Wednesday. Mr. Mitrano was introduced at the morning’s all-School meeting in the Center by Chaplain Barbara Talcott, a Brantwood trustee. Founded in 1904, Brantwood Camp began its association with St. Mark’s School in 1920. Brantwood is the oldest, longest continuing service outreach program associated with St. Mark's School. Over the last 94 years, almost 2000 St. Markers have worked at Brantwood, helping to provide a summer camp experience for many thousands of campers from a wide variety of backgrounds, but primarily low-income families from urban, inner-city areas in the northeast. Most often between their Fifth and Sixth Form years, but sometimes as rising Fourth or Fifth Formers, St. Mark's volunteers spend sixteen days at Brantwood, located in Peterborough, NH.

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