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Academic Support

Academic success at St. Mark’s begins with the expert instruction of the faculty who use a wide variety of pedagogical techniques in their work with students.
All teachers use Canvas, the School’s online learning management system, to organize syllabi, provide content, and communicate with their classes. Students are encouraged to self-advocate when they need academic support by seeking out their teachers for extra help, talking with their advisor, or availing themselves of peer tutoring through the Student Mentor program.

All III Form students are enrolled in Success Lab, a one-semester course designed to support students in their academic transition to St. Mark’s. Success Lab introduces our newest St. Markers to valuable strategies for time management, organization, and learning, and also provides guided study time during the school day.


For more information about the academic resources at St. Mark's, please contact Sarah Eslick, director of Academic Support.

Peers assist each other on a project in the Parkman Room.
Students gather to read a paragraph for a group project.