It was an outstanding winter for St. Mark's athletics, with eleven of sixteen teams posting winning records.
Assistant Head of School/Dean of Faculty
On Wednesday, March 6, St. Mark's hosted its sixth annual Career Day. The event, involving both on- and- off-campus experiences, was a tremendous success. More than 50 adults—alumni, past and present parents, and friends of St. Mark's—either visited campus to lead workshops and presentations or hosted St. Markers at their places of work.
On Saturday, March 2, Dean of Students David Vachris announced Team Fearing as the winner of the 2019 Quad Games.
On Friday, March 1, the Advancement Office sponsored their recognition of St. Mark's Tuition Freedom Day, marking the point during the academic year when the School's operating expenses are no longer covered by tuition revenue, and the Annual Fund and endowment "kicks in" (i.e., tuition only accounts for 60 percent of the total cost of educating a St. Marker). The gap between full tuition and the real and fullcost of a SM education is $25,000.
The St. Mark's boys' varsity ice hockey team is headed into the semi-final round of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) Piatelli/Simmons (small school) division N.E. championship tournament. On Saturday, March 2, the Lions will be playing top-seeded Tilton School on the road in Tilton, New Hampshire. The game starts at 4:00 p.m.