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Great academics can only give you part of a great high school experience—it’s the co-curricular activities that make memories and bring a campus to life.

Saint Mark’s offers students the total high school experience—outstanding academics, a packed school calendar, vibrant school spirit and one of the most impressive selections of clubs, activities and athletics. At Saint Mark’s, learning doesn’t stop when the final bell rings at 2:49 p.m. In many ways, it’s just beginning. Through their strong co-curricular program, students are encouraged to pursue excellence, become well-rounded individuals, develop their leadership potential—and, of course, to just have fun.

Students at Saint Mark’s find their passion in:

THE ARTS
From marching band to the dance team, the robust arts program provides many outlets for creative expression and talent development.

ATHLETICS
26 competitive sports teams compete on the campus’s well-manicured fields, under stadium lights right on campus, and in the full-sized gymnasium.

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
With well over 20 clubs and activities, there’s something at Saint Mark’s to meet a variety of passions. And because students are encouraged to start new clubs that explore their interests, new ones are always being added to the list.

SERVICE
Whether students choose to participate in a dedicated service organization like the Key Club, volunteer through the Mission and Ministry Office, or play a sport, every aspect of campus life at Saint Mark’s incorporates service to others. All students complete a minimum of 60 hours of service prior to graduation.


Saint Mark’s, a college preparatory Catholic high school, inspires young men and women to create a better world, one more pleasing to God and more helpful to others, by modeling faith, excellence, humility and integrity.

St. Mark’s High School
2501 Pike Creek Road
Wilmington, Del., 19808
Phone: 738-3300
www.stmarkshs.net

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