Offices & Resources

Return to School & Getting Ready

Students in front of St. Mark's School during Orientation

 


Welcome! This site serves as a resource for St. Mark’s 2020-2021 reopening and a guide to getting ready for the school year.

Please check this website regularly. Additional important information will be updated throughout the summer. In addition, we will be in touch with another communication on or before August 7. In the meantime, please submit questions and feedback to return@stmarksschool.org or through this form.
 

 

FAQs and Questions

For a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) select this link. Families are encouraged to submit questions at return@stmarksschool.org or through this form.


Return to Campus Conversations
& Communication Timeline​​​

Zoom Town Hall | July 21

Zoom Town Hall meetings for parents of new and returning St. Markers were held on Tuesday, July 21. To view the recordings of each session, select the links below: 
Families are encouraged to submit questions at return@stmarksschool.org or through this form.


Key Dates: Fall 2020

Select this link for a printable 2020-2021 Essential Dates calendar.

Sept. 6

International Student Leaders Arrive

Sept. 7

Student Leaders Arrive 

Sept. 8

New Day Student Registration

Sept. 9-10

New Boarding Student Arrival (details to follow)

Sept. 10-11

Returning Students Arrive 

Sept. 14

First Day of Classes

Nov. 21-30

Thanksgiving Break (houses closed)

Dec. 1-17

Remote Learning (houses closed)

Dec. 18 - Jan. 3

 Winter Break

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Quick Contacts



Getting Ready for the School Year


The team at St. Mark's has provided a Getting Ready Checklist to help you navigate and prepare for the school year. 
 
Helpful Information: 
 
 


Students doing the human knot at orientation

 


2020 Pre-Orientation Welcome
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Welcome to St. Mark's School! To view our Pre-Orientation Welcome program, select this link



Parents Association

Did you know that, as a parent of a St. Marker, you are automatically a member of the Parents' Association (PA)?