Regional Clubs & Volunteers

St. Mark’s Regional Alumni Clubs
Austin Alumni Club (Chaired by Eric Boyce '84)
Bay Area Alumni Club (Chaired by Jeremy Downs '96)
Boston Area Alumni Club (Chaired by Noah Bricker '10)
Houston Area Alumni Club (Chaired by Stuart Nance '78)
Los Angeles Alumni Club (Chaired by Reid McGlamery '96)
New York Alumni Club (Chaired by Craig Meyers ’94)
Washington, D.C. Alumni Club (Chaired by Fry Wernick '95)

Of our more than 4,000 living alumni, more than half live spread across the globe. The primary goals of a Club are to advance the wellbeing of St. Mark’s School of Texas, to sustain its high standards and to promote a closer relationship and a better understanding between the School and its alumni. The Club will accomplish its stated goals through alumni activity and connectivity, which may include intellectual, social, and business networking. St. Mark’s regularly hosts regional alumni gatherings around the country, including major cities and college towns.
 
To learn more about Regional Clubs and how to get involved, please click here. If you would like to learn more, contact Alex Eshelbrenner '04, Director of Alumni Relations, at (214) 346-8274 or eshelbrennera@smtexas.org.

College Ambassadors
Colgate University - Boyd Howard '17
Cornell University - Calvin Hosler '18
Dartmouth College - Eddie Yang '17
Duke University - Tim Skapek '16 & Jimmy Rodriguez '18
Georgetown University - Nick Chaiken '17
Harvard University - Davis Bailey '18
New York University - Devan Prabhakar '17
Northwestern University - Avery Powell '16
Princeton University - Parker Dixon '16
Rice University - Adam Subel '17
Southern Methodist University - Bradford Beck 16 & Canyon Kyle '18
Stanford University - Philip Montgomery '16
Texas A&M University - Christian McClain '17
Texas Christian University - Harper Sahm '17
University of Chicago - Cameron Lam '16
University of Pennsylvania - Anvit Reddy '16
University of Southern California - Gordon Gunn '17
University of Texas - Chance Cooley '16, Davis Marsh '16, & Luke Rogers '17
University of Texas at Dallas - Chirag Gokani '17
University of Virginia - JT Graass '16
Vanderbilt University - Drew Baxley '16 & Henry Goldberg '16
Washington & Lee University - Killian Green '17
Washington University in St. Louis - Arno Goetz '16
Yale University - Jackson Cole '16

College Ambassadors have the unique opportunity to share their experiences and knowledge with younger Marksmen, and guide them as they begin their college journey. College Ambassadors are also charged with keeping all Marksmen on their campus connected to St. Mark’s and one another.

If you are interested in being a College Ambassador at your school, please contact Alex Eshelbrenner '04, Director of Alumni Relations at eshelbrennera@smtexas.org or 214.346.8274.


Class Agents
Every year, Class Agents help ensure that the Alumni Association continues to set the gold standard for alumni involvement and reach 50% participation in the St. Mark’s Fund.

The St. Mark’s Fund is the School’s annual unrestricted fundraising priority. Collectively, individual gifts from the School community make a crucial difference in the day-to-day life on campus. The St. Mark’s Fund makes up 10% of the School’s operating budget, thus providing vital support for programs and activities across the campus.

Volunteers are key to the success of the St. Mark’s Fund. The Class Agent will work to maximize participation in the St. Mark’s Fund amongst fellow classmates.

If you are interested in getting involved with your class, please contact Christina Jarke, Director of the St. Mark’s Fund, at jarkec@smtexas.org or 214-346-8273.

St. Mark's School of Texas

10600 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75230

214-346-8000

About Us

St. Mark’s School of Texas is a private, nonsectarian college-preparatory boys’ day school for students in grades 1 through 12, located in Dallas, Texas. St. Mark’s aims to prepare young men to assume leadership and responsibility in a competitive and changing world.

St. Mark’s does not discriminate in the administration of its admission and education policies on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.