The mission of St. Mark’s Cathedral School is to value the individual who comes to us, to help that student realize his or her potential, and to foster a culture that reflects Christian values, intellectual curiosity, and a strong work ethic. Our goal is to develop a student who first feels self-confident educationally, socially, and spiritually, and who then can reach out to help others in our community.
The development of an effective educational program within a Christian context requires a recognition that each student is a child of God and, as such, has his or her own strengths, aptitudes, abilities, interests and aims which, together, form the unique personality that is his/her own.
The Portrait of a St. Mark’s Cathedral School Graduate
is able to voice concerns, beliefs, questions, and doubts, knowing that what he or she says matters.
has love for God and for all people.
can listen to and feel empathy for others.
has a heart for giving and receiving.
is armed with an academic base second to none, and is confident that he or she can compete and triumph in any situation.
is well-equipped for the changing world of technology.
is well-written, well-spoken, and well-regarded.
has an appreciation for the arts.
Adopted by the Faculty, Spring 2008 Revised, Fall 2012