News Archive


  • February

    Model UN Competes at Harvard (Virtually)

    In January, more than a dozen aspiring diplomats from St. Mark’s competed in the 67th session of the Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN), in an entirely virtual format.
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  • 31 Seniors Named National Merit Finalists

    Thirty-one seniors have been named Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. They are among only 15,000 Finalists selected nationwide, out of a pool of 1.5 million eligible students who met the required PSAT/NMSQT scores and competed in the application process.
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  • St. Mark’s Mourns Devoted Administrator

    St. Mark’s School of Texas mourns the loss of Katy Booras Rubarth, who passed away on Thursday, February 4, 2021, after a long battle with cancer.
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  • (left-to-right) Civil Rights Club Communications Director Zack Stone ’22 and Club Presidents Thomas Philip ’22 and Rahul Gunukula ’22

    Civil Rights Club Fosters Conversation

    Over the summer of 2020, the country underwent a serious moment of introspection, as tragic episodes of racial injustice and excessive force sparked protests and calls for change. In Dallas, Thomas Philip ’22 and Rahul Gunukula ’22 watched the events unfold and decided to take action to further the conversation at St. Mark’s.
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  • January

    Marksman Collects Toys for Hospitals

    Finding positivity amidst tragedy, Ben and Karen got involved with Team Michael, a non-profit that collects toys for children undergoing cancer treatment at Children’s Medical Center and Cook Children’s. Team Michael hosts parties and a toy drive each June on Michael’s birthday to restock the pediatric cancer prize closets. This is the tenth year Ben and Karen have been involved with the organization.
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  • Student Volunteer Project Goes Virtual

    Over the past few summers, Shreyan Daulat ’23 had volunteered these centers in South Dallas, until the pandemic brought that work to a halt. Determined to continue helping the community, Shreyan created The Buckner Project.
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  • Striving for Scouting's Highest Honor

    Baxter Perry-Miller ’24 is working on his third Distinguished Conservation Service Award for Boy Scouts, in the area of Fish & Wildlife Management.
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  • Literary Festival Goes Virtual

    The 14th Annual St. Mark’s Literary Festival featured five renowned writers sharing their stories with the St. Mark’s community.
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  • Members of the Class of 2029

    Fourth Grade Earns Highest Honors

    A team of students from the Class of 2029 achieved Highest Honors in the recent WordMasters Challenge—a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 125,000 students annually.
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  • Dale Hackbarth provides a nose swab for the study.

    St. Mark’s Supports UTSW COVID-19 Study

    St. Mark’s faculty and staff volunteered to be part of a study to better understand the spread of COVID-19 in Dallas-Ft. Worth. Organized by UT Southwestern and Texas Health Resources, the DFW COVID-19 Prevalence Study has a focus on front-line workers, including those in the education sector.
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  • Marksmen Earn Eagle Scout Rank

    In the fall of 2020, Arjun Agarwal ’22 and Lawrence Gardner ’25 earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest attainable rank awarded by the Boy Scouts of America.
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  • The Lower School team prepares to deliver the boys' donations to CitySquare.

    Lower School Supports Food Drive

    This fall, the Lower School participated in a food drive to support the CitySquare food pantry, collecting 120 boxes of stuffing and 120 cans of corn. Marksmen focused on collecting these items as part of CitySquare’s larger Thanksgiving Food Drive.
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  • Celebrating the Holiday Season

    The holiday season at St. Mark’s concluded with the All-School Christmas Party on Friday, December 18. 
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