Chapel - Wednesdays at 8:10 am in the Sanctuary
Our goal is to engage each student in learning who they are in Christ and lead them to have a personal relationship with Him. Throughout the school year, different age groups are given the responsibility to "host" chapel. Parents, grandparents, friends and family are encouraged to worship with their children.
Serving our community is an integral part of the life of the St. Mark family. Students participate in various age-appropriate service projects throughout the year. In addition, St. Mark selects a ministry each month and encourages students to actively participate in raising funds or gathering supplies to help those in need.
Field TripsPreschool & Pre-Kindergarten
Farmers Market, Cockrell Butterfly Museum, Farm Day, Splash Day, Police Officer on-campus visit, Fire Truck on-campus visit and more!
Kindergarten - 5th Grade
St. Mark students have several opportunities each year to learn and explore off campus. A few examples include: Build-A-Bear, Dewberry Farm, Houston Zoo, Keggs Candy Factory, Taste of Texas, Biz Town, Field Day and more!
6th - 8th Grade
Our older students take specially focused educational trips:
6th – Camp Lone Star (outdoor/team building skills)
7th – San Antonio and Austin (Texas history)
8th – Washington D.C. (U.S. history)
Students from Preschool - 8th Grade enjoy library time each week. Beginning in Pre-K, students are encouraged to check out books, allowing our littlest students to learn responsibility and develop consistent reading habits.
Our clinic is staffed by a full-time Registered Nurse, who cares for students who become sick at school, dispenses prescription medications needed during the school day, tracks immunization records as required by the state of Texas, and advises the Administration on health-related issues that affect the School.