Why Saint Mark's School?

As a parent considering a school for your child, there’s no doubt you're evaluating which options will be best for your child and your family. What schools offer the best programs? Do they have specialists? How big are the class sizes, and will my child receive personalized attention? What are the enrichment opportunities, and how will my child grow spiritually?

All of these, and no doubt more, are questions that are definitely worth considering.

If you haven’t already, we invite you to consider Saint Mark’s School as you go through your evaluation process. Saint Mark’s School offers outstanding Extended Day and pre-K through 8th Grade programs that include many elements simply not found in other school settings, including:

  • Course specialists in Spanish, art, music, physical education and more
  • Licensed teachers at all levels, Pre-K through 8th grade
  • A commitment to small class sizes, personalized attention, and differentiated instruction
  • Participation in weekly Mass and other spiritual programs such as our middle school campus ministry team from Pro Ecclesia Sancta
  • A broad spectrum of athletics and other enrichment programs and activities

We encourage you to find out more about these great offerings by scheduling a tour. You’ll be able to meet our principal and teachers, visit with our specialists, see our classrooms, and much more!

A Uniquely Caring School Community

Wondering if you can afford Saint Mark’s?  We are committed to providing a Catholic education to all young children – especially members of our own parish family.  It is through gracious support that we are able to ensure financial aid and assistance is available to families in need.  Please call the Parish Center for more information.  (651-645-5717)



Academic Support

Saint Mark's offers academic assistance in reading and math with a teacher student ratio ranging from 1-1 to 1-4.

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Counseling Services

Saint Mark's has two part-time counselors on-site, promoting behavioral and academic success for all students. One counselor works with students in grades K-8, and the other counselor works exclusively with...

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Differentiated Instruction and Learning

Differentiated Instruction is a method of teaching that engages students of all ability levels and interests.

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Top Ten Attributes

The top ten attributes families should seek in a school for their children:

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