A St. Mark's education is an investment that will pay dividends for life. By providing an extensive financial aid program as well as tuition financing options, St. Mark's helps families find manageable ways to afford their son's education. The cost of tuition alone does not cover the cost of educating a Marksman. Twenty-five percent of the operating budget is supported by philanthropic sources, which ensures the excellence of the St. Mark’s experience.
Listed below are the tuition and fees for the 2018–2019 academic year. The amounts include tuition, books, lunch, and optional activities.

2018–2019 Tuition

1st Grade:   $25,392
2nd Grade:  $25,392
3rd Grade:   $25,464
4th Grade:   $25,759
5th Grade:   $28,430
6th Grade:   $28,367
7th Grade:   $30,005
8th Grade:   $30,005
9th Grade:   $32,430
10th Grade: $30,433
11th Grade: $30,433
12th Grade: $31,750

Financial Aid

St. Mark’s admits qualified boys regardless of their financial circumstances. The School actively seeks students who represent varied socio-economic backgrounds. An extensive need based financial aid program, which includes a significant middle income fund, annually awards over $2.3 million in aid to approximately 14% of the student body.
Financial aid awards are based on need and require annual qualification. Awards are recommended by the St. Mark's Financial Aid Committee using information provided by applicant families and qualification information from the School and Student Services for Financial Aid organization (SSS).

The admission decision and the financial aid decision are made separately, and all financial aid awards are based exclusively on need. Provisional awards will be communicated with admission decisions on March 9, 2018, with final awards confirmed once 2017 income taxes are received in April 2018.

*The 2018-2019 SSS Financial Aid Forms will be available online beginning October 2, 2017

Financial Aid Application Checklist: 

Deadline for completing STEPS 1 & 2: February 14, 2018.

STEP 1: Complete the SSS’ “Parents’ Financial Statement” (PFS). If parents are separated or divorced, the student’s custodial parent and that parent’s present spouse should complete the PFS. The School also requires the non-custodial parent to complete the PFS.
* PFS documents can be found at www.sssbynais.org.

St. Mark's SSS Code: 6736

STEP 2: Upload a copy of all proof of income forms (eg. W-2, 1099, Unemployment 1099, etc.) for the entire household (parents and, if applicable, the student applying for aid to St. Mark’s). Forms should be uploaded to your SSS account.

Deadline for completing STEP 3: April 16, 2018.

STEP 3: Upload a complete copy (including all schedules filed) of your 2017 Income Tax Statement (personal and/or corporate) to your SSS account. We cannot accept abbreviated forms or the Request for an Extension of Filing Date form. Each of the above deadlines and requests for information are also applicable to the divorced or non-custodial parent.
*Awards for the 2018–2019 school year will be communicated to applicant families with their admission decision on March 9, 2018. 

Financing Options

In addition to financial aid awards, families may also pursue loan programs which enable the financing of tuition payments over the course of one or more years.

A St. Mark’s education, while an investment in your child’s future, represents a substantial financial expense. In an effort to make a St. Mark’s education possible for all families, the school has identified independent loan programs which offer extended payment options and low interest rates. For more information regarding tuition financing options, please contact Your Tuition Solution (SM) or 1-800-920-9777.

St. Mark's School of Texas

10600 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75230


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.