One Day at St. Mark's
Above: The Cloister of Distinguished Alumni is visible through the windows of the STEM Center as campus comes to life.
Above: Faculty members Colleen Finnerty (left) and Casey Bates walk their dogs in the VI Form Quad.
Above: Students make their way past West Pond toward Main Campus for the 8:00 a.m. Chapel service.
the day ahead, enjoying breakfast in the Dining Hall
and stopping to chat outside The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.
Above: Chaplain Barbara Talcott. Students and faculty members attend Chapel on Tuesdays and Fridays. St. Mark's identity as an Episcopal school is directly related to many of our core values, including the importance of spiritual reflection and the intentional teaching of wisdom, compassion, and humility.
Above: The St. Mark's orchestra rehearses in the Class of '45 Hall in the Putnam Family Arts Center.
Above: Members of the girls' cross country team at practice. St. Mark's is a member of the highly competitive Independent School League (ISL) and features 50 athletic teams, including 22 varsity teams. More than 75 graduates currently participate in collegiate athletics.
Above: Director of Athletics John Levandowski with legendary St. Mark's faculty member and coach Henry Large.
Above: Students enjoying study hall in the Library. Study hall is held every weekday evening from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.