St. Mark’s believes in the education of the “whole boy,” and encourages its students to expand their minds beyond the classroom and playing fields. Students are offered a wide range of artistic outlets to explore, including its nationally recognized and award-winning programs in photography, ceramics, woodworking, choir, drama, painting/drawing, debate, band, and orchestra.
    • Ceramics

    • Band

    • Drama

    • Photography

    • Painting & Drawing

    • Wood & Metal

    • Orchestra

    • Film Studies

    • Choir

Meet the Team

List of 17 members.

  • Photo of Marion Glorioso-Kirby

    Marion Glorioso-Kirby 

    Fine Arts Department Chair/Drama Teacher
    214-346-8200
    University of Oklahoma - B.F.A.
    Southern Methodist University - M.L.A.
  • Photo of Sarah Choi

    Sarah Choi 

    Orchestra Director
    214-346-8209
  • Photo of Suzuko Davis

    Suzuko Davis 

    Lower School Art Teacher
    214-346-8221
    SUNY at Rockland Community College - A. A.
    SUNY at Purchase College - B.F.A.
  • Photo of Sandy Hall

    Sandy Hall 

    Piano Studies Teacher
    214-346-8265
    University of Colorado - B.A.
    Southern Methodist University - M. Ed.
  • Photo of Angela Hendricks

    Angela Hendricks 

    Piano Studies Teacher
    214-346-8278
    Dallas Baptist University - B.A.
    University of Texas at Austin - M.Ed.
  • Photo of David Hunt

    Scott Hunt 

    Arnold E. Holtberg Master Teaching Chair; Director of Student Travel Programs
    214-346-8483
    Texas A&M University - Commerce - B.S.
    Texas A&M University - Commerce - M.F.A.
  • Photo of Garrett Kheshtinejad

    Garrett Kheshtinejad 

    Lower School Music Teacher
    Westminster Choir College - B.M.
  • Photo of Timothy Mahoney

    Tim Mahoney 

    Debate Coach
    214-346-8141
    University of Kansas - B.G.S.
  • Photo of Seth Magill

    Seth Magill 

    Middle School Drama Teacher
    214-346-8434
    Southern Methodist University - B.F.A.
  • Photo of Rachel Muldez

    Rachel Muldez 

    Industrial Arts Teacher
    214-346-8338
  • Photo of Analisa Rodriguez

    Analisa Rodriguez 

    Band Director
    214-346-8329
    Trinity University - B.M.
    University of North Texas - M.Mus.
  • Photo of Mark Scheibmeir

    Mark Scheibmeir 

    Film Studies Teacher
    214-346-8252
    The University of Texas at Austin - B.S.
    The University of Texas at Austin - M.F.A.
  • Photo of Zoe Settle

    Zoe Settle 

    Interim Lower School Drama Teacher
    214-346-8470
    Oklahoma City University - B.F.A.
  • Photo of Tinsley Silcox

    Tinsley  Silcox 

    Director of Libraries and Information Services; Upper School Choir Director
    214-346-8372
    Carson-Newman College - B.M.
    University of Tennessee - M.M.
    University of Tennessee - M.S.L.S.
    Harvard University - Certificate
  • Photo of Glenn Stroh

    Glenn Stroh 

    Organist and Choirmaster
    214-346-8224
    Trinity University - B.M.
    Oberlin College - M.Mus.
    Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt, Weimar - Aufbaustudium-A (Fulbright Fellowship)
  • Photo of Katherine Wood

    Kate Wood 

    MS & US Art Teacher
    214-346-8353
    University of North Texas - BFA
    University of Dallas - M.A.
    University of Dallas - MFA
  • Photo of Scott Ziegler

    Scott Ziegler 

    Fine Arts Teacher
    214-346-8323
    Northern Illinois University - MFA
    Loyola University - M.Ed.

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.