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St. Mark’s School religion courses are designed to help students understand that there are multiple viewpoints in the world on how to make meaning of human existence and on how best to regulate human behavior and interaction. Students learn how to understand, speak and write about abstract and highly charged concepts such as faith and worldview. They are also taught how to discuss these concepts both critically and respectfully with people who might see the world quite differently from themselves—an increasingly vital skill in the “global village” of the 21st Century.

From the Classroom

A student raises their hand in Religion class.
Rev. Talcott teaches her Religion class