Intentionally small, thinking big.
St. Mark’s School is a coeducational, Episcopal, preparatory school, situated on 210 acres in Southborough, Massachusetts, 25 miles from Boston. Founded in 1865 by Joseph Burnett, St. Mark’s is one of the oldest private boarding schools in New England and is a member of the Independent School League in competitive athletics.
The school’s 65 teachers lead 375 boarding and day students through a rigorous curriculum and a full program of co-curricular activities. Class size averages 12, with a student-faculty ratio of 6:1. Each department offers honors and advanced courses.
John C. Warren, a 1974 St. Mark’s graduate, is the current head of school.
St. Mark’s is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.