At St Mark’s College we commit our energies to forming young men and women of faith into good citizens. We are here to make a difference - to be a place where the nurturing and development of the individual child is the core focus. Our students will be enriched by their learning and will make a positive difference to their community.
St Mark’s is a College striving to help students develop an understanding of the world, their community and their role in it. We provide the opportunity for students to engage and to realise their dreams. We join their adventure in the journey of discovery, growth and knowledge.
St Mark's College is guided by the Strategic Plan 2018-2021 which is designed to assist the College in determining the course of action throughout this time. This plan enables us as a College community to implement strategic directions that will effect change and ensure continuous improvement. It provides us with an overarching understanding of the needs of the College into the future. It will consolidate our place as a quality provider of Catholic Education and highlight our keen focus on striving for excellence.
In 2019, 45 students received at least one A grade for their chosen Year 12 subjects.
Dux Sarah Newman achieved an ATAR of 97.5
ATAR 90+ 3 students, Sarah Newman, Scarlette Thoman and Louise Arthur achieved an ATAR of 90 or above
Merit Awards 5 students achieved an A+ in an individual subject, Scarlette Thoman (English), Sarah Newman (Psychology), Bethany Castle (Research Project), Sophie Millard (Research Project - Year 11) and Sophie Hall (Research Project - Year 11)