Seven members of the Class of 2024 earned honors from the College Board National Recognition Program for their hard work and academic performance in national testing programs. Seven members of the Class of 2024 earned honors from the College Board National Recognition Program for their hard work and academic performance in national testing programs.
Twenty-five members of the Class of 2024 have been named as National Merit Scholarship program semi-finalists based on each student’s PSAT/NMSQT scores the organization announced today. Only 16,000 of more than 1.5 million student entrants nationwide received semi-finalist status.
A Lion has returned to protect his pride as St. Mark's adds a familiar face to its roster of off-duty Dallas police officers. Buildings may have changed since his time as a student, but for Officer Humberto Martinez ’07, 10600 Preston Rd. feels like home.
The St. Mark’s campus once more came to life with the return of 914 boys and the beginning of its 118th school year. The searing Texas heat did nothing to stifle the spirit of the boys as lockers were stocked, summer assignments submitted and homework folders organized.
A noted science educator who says he strives to make every lecture “a performance” has been appointed to the Leonard “Doc” Nelson Alumni Master Teaching Chair, Eugene McDermott Headmaster David Dini announced at the opening faculty/staff meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Following their Commencement, most Lions look forward to vacation, relaxation and college preparation. But a select few return to campus during the summer months to support the School they loved as students.
A delegation of eleven St. Mark’s administrators and instructors traveled to the other side of the world to meet and collaborate with their peers at the International Boys’ School Coalition Annual Conference.
As St. Mark’s seeks to strengthen engagement with its alumni network of more than 4,000 Marksmen worldwide, the School recently promoted Alex Eshelbrenner ’04 to the newly-created position of senior director of Alumni Engagement in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations.
For three weeks in June, the Brendan Court ‘06 Summer Enrichment Program hosted middle school boys from across the Dallas ISD for lessons in literature, math, ceramics and robotics, among myriad other subjects
With names like ‘Technical Difficulties’ and ‘Area 52’ robotics teams fully embrace the challenges of using their technological creations to overcome formidable tasks. Ten Marksman recently found success doing so by competing on independent teams in the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC).
Middle schoolers took stock of an uncertain economy to earn a repeat victory in the SIFMA Foundation’s spring Stock Market Game. The five boys are part of the Middle School Stock Market Club that recently placed first out of 304 area middle school teams.
History and Social Sciences instructor Michele Santosuosso was announced as the 71st recipient of the Marksmen yearbook dedication at the annual Marksmen Ball at the Belo Mansion and Pavilion in downtown Dallas Saturday night.
Twenty senior Marksmen took their seats in Nearburg Hall, ready to play their roles as part of a mock national security council meeting in Michele Santosuosso’s history of special operations class. Only this time, 20 Hockaday students would be joining them.
Journalism instructor Jenny Dial Creech was elected to serve as president of the Columbia Scholastic Press Advisors’ Association (CSPAA) at the annual convention of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in New York on March 17.
All five St. Mark's Upper School student publications received the Gold Crown award, the highest award given by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, at the conclusion of the organization's annual convention at Columbia University on March 17.
St. Mark’s head librarian will serve as the next president of the Association of Independent School Libraries (AISL), helping oversee the organization that serves more than 700 libraries across the United States and Canada.
For his courage and leadership during the American Revolution, skills as a scientist and inventor and service as a diplomat and public servant, Benjamin Franklin has been added as the 16th member of the Lower School Leadership Wall.
The members of St. Mark’s Model United Nations Club, accompanied by history instructors David Fisher and Andrea Hamilton, were among the 4,000 student delegates nationwide to attend the 2023 Harvard Model United Nations Conference (HMUN).
After reviewing countless nominations of Marksmen spanning generations, the Lee S. Smith ’65 Courage & Honor Award committee is pleased to announce that Dr. David Vanderpool ’78 has been named its first recipient.
A team of young Marksmen proved that Lions can rally a bull market. Five boys from the Middle School Stock Market Club recently placed first out of 87 local teams in the SIFMA Foundation’s fall 2022 Stock Market Game.
With most colleges on winter break, it was the perfect time to welcome young Marksmen back for a visit. More than 50 alumni from the Classes of 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 returned to campus on Thursday, Jan. 5, for College-Age Marksmen Day.
Charlie Estess ’23 and Neil Song ’23 have been named finalists in photography for the National YoungArts Competition. In addition, Jake Bond ’23 and Hayward Metcalf ’23 were named Merit Winners in photography.
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.