Parent Giving

Each year, St. Mark’s families show their support for our boys and their teachers by contributing to the St. Mark’s Fund. For the 2023-2024 school year, our goal is for 90 percent of parents to participate in the Fund. We are grateful to our incredible 90+ St. Mark’s Fund parent volunteers, led by our Parent Co-Chairs, Maggie & Jim Moran ’01, Michelle & Josh Lobel and Jennifer & Alvaro Saenz. To learn more about the difference your support makes, please contact Katelyn Muñoz, the Director of the St. Mark’s Fund, at or 214.346.8273.

St. Mark's Fund Parent Leadership

Michelle and Josh Lobel
Maggie and Jim Moran
Jennifer and Alvaro Saenz

Parent Leaders
Katie and David Aisner
April and Sean Allen
Kendra and Taylor Allen
Kelly and Patrick Barker
Amy and Brandon Bean
Flauren and Jason Bender
Judy Hsu and Rey Bosita
Stacy and Eric Calder
Betty Yang and Freddy Chang ’02
Janet and Roy Choi
Malisha and Sonak Daulat ’90
Brooke and Brian Driesse
Amy and Craig Dunlap
Alli and Matt Eagan
Cary and Dimitri Economou
Ashley and Danny Ellis
Kristi Kay and David Estes ’89
JoJo and Eric Fleiss
Sara and David Gail
Lea and Greg Guiler
Rita and Michael Han
Elizabeth and John Hofmann
Anne and Mike Hyun
Renee and John Ivarra
Chris and Clark Kennington
Julie and Josh Kern
Amy and Tim Laczkowski
Bonnie and Rob Lance
Michelle and Josh Lobel
Erin and Mike McKool
Andrea and Spencer Miller
Natalie and Adam Miller
Maggie and Jim Moran ’01
Elisabeth and Jeff Moredock
Anne-Marie and Jon Myhre ’96
Sarah and Joey Neuhoff ’89
Andrea and Joe Palladino
Lisa Luke and Bill Piazza
Christen and Jody Redlich
Mari and Grant Ruckel
Jennifer and Alvaro Saenz
Maile Shea
Helen and Steven Shepro
Kendra Rorrie and Dan Smith
Whitney and Rob Strauss
Kristen and Brian Tyler
Carol and Ben Vig ’89
Caroline and Jake Wagner ’00
Donglin Chen and Mingda Wang
Sherry Ni and Joey Zhang

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.

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.