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Excellence in every area

St. Mark’s has one of the smallest class sizes and lowest student-teacher ratios of any school in the area. The average class size is 16, and the student-teacher ratio is 10:1.

The school has the most up-to-date classroom technology, with Mac and Windows platforms in every classroom, video labs, graphics arts labs, a Robotics and Engineering Lab, stationary labs and mobile labs.

Band members are consistently selected to participate and are recognized at the Florida Music Educators Association all-state bands and choirs, the Florida Bandmasters Association Concert Band Music Assessment, and the solo and ensemble festivals.

The school’s comprehensive music program offers five vocal ensembles, four levels of band, marching band, and a yearly Broadway musical production.

St. Mark’s athletic department has won more championship titles than any other school in the Independent School League.

St. Mark’s sends more students to college preparatory high schools in the area than any other local school and annually improves the number of graduates attending prestigious boarding schools across the nation.

St. Mark’s students consistently rank among the best on the High School Placement Test; qualify for Honors and Advanced Placement classes; and become National Merit Scholars upon high school graduation.

About one-half of St. Mark’s students taking the National Educational Records Bureau standardized test are recognized as having exceptional scores in the nation by the Duke University Talent Identification Program.

St. Mark’s graduates attend competitive universities such as Boston College, Carnegie Mellon, Duke University, Fordham University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, Lehigh University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University, Tulane, University of Colorado, Dartmouth, University of Florida, MIT, University of Miami, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Virginia, United States Air Force Academy, Villanova University, George Washington University, and Wake Forest University.

Why St. Marks

  • St. Mark’s has been recognized as the top feeder school to other college preparatory high schools in the area and has increased placement at prestigious boarding schools across the nation.
  • St. Mark’s students consistently rank in the top ten on the High School Placement Test, qualify for Honors and Advanced Placement classes, and are consistently recognized as National Merit Scholars upon high school graduation.
  • About one-half of St. Mark’s students taking a national standardized test are recognized in the Duke University Talent Identification Program for exceptional scores in the nation.
  • St. Mark’s has a student teacher ratio of 10:1 with an average class size of 16.
  • Every classroom is equipped with optimum technology providing student mastery in dual platforms—Mac and PC.
  • St. Mark’s athletic department has won more championship titles than any other school in the Independent School League.
  • A comprehensive music program offers five vocal ensembles, four levels of band, marching band, and a yearly Broadway musical production.
  • Band members are regularly selected to participate and are recognized at the Florida Music Educator’s Association All-State Bands and Choirs, the Florida Bandmaster’s Association Concert Band Music Assessment, and the Solo and Ensemble Festivals.
  • St. Mark’s graduates attend competitive colleges and universities such as Boston College, Carnegie Mellon, Cornell University, Duke University, Fordham University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, Princeton University, Lehigh University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tulane, United States Air Force Academy, University of Colorado, University of Florida, University of Miami, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Virginia, Villanova University, and Wake Forest University.