St. Mark's School - The Lion's Pride - Winter 2014
Bill Burgess '77,
President of St. Mark's Board of Trustees:
It's Where We Grew Up
Several years ago at our 35th Reunion, Charlie Curtis '77 and I must have been feeling nostalgic. We were chatting about our feelings as we all gathered in the warm embrace of the campus. We were struck by both the strong emotions that all seemed to have about being back as well as the interesting and often personal conversations we had with our classmates, even with those who I would not have called a close friend at the time. It occurred to me for the first time...
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American Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond to Speak at St. Mark's



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The power of the St. Mark's Network is remarkable. Whether you are a graduate of the 1940's or 2013, let us know about your professional work to be included in a future "Connections" column!

Buggy Valhouli-Farb '09 | Buggy Designs
A self-proclaimed lover of fashion, food, travel and all things monogrammed, Buggy has created an online retail site with a wide array of personalized accessories, stationery, clothing, and home décor items for infants through adults. Check out her website and you may see images or initials of some of her 2009 classmates. Buggy also regularly shares insights on life, fashion, and cuisine on her Buggy Blog.
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Maria Perry Burtis '87 | maria burtis
For the last eight years Maria Burtis has created one piece of art every day and posted a picture of it on her blog, a practice that has resulted in a collection of over 3000 small sketches, drawings, and paintings. Her work, initially depicting the minutiae of daily life, has become more abstract as she has experimented with various media and surfaces. Maria's impressive body of work exemplifies a quote found on her website by novelist Anthony Trollope "A small daily task, if it really be daily, will beat the labors of a spasmodic Hercules." Maria's larger paintings are now available for purchase at Pottery Barn.
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Indispensable
Interdisciplinary Studies

Can you say "Crystallographic Restriction Theorem and Molecular Symmetry"? Read about the impressive work being done by V Former Julie Geng in the latest LEO, St. Mark's Academic Journal.
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St. Mark's Triumphant in Frozen Fenway Debut

The St. Mark's Boys' Varsity Hockey team led by Coach Scott Young '85 won a thrilling come-from-behind victory over arch-rival Groton in its first-ever appearance on the ice at Fenway Park.
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St. Markers Perform in District Music Festival

Each year the Massachusetts Music Educators Association holds auditions for its district music festivals around the state. This year four St. Markers...
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4th Annual February Faceoff Challenge is Almost Here

During the month of February, St. Mark's, along with other independent schools, is participating in a friendly competition to... Read More
Honoring
G. Thomas Martinson '80

On Friday, January 24, trustees, faculty, alumni and friends gathered to honor the remarkable service of G. Thomas Martinson '80 to St. Mark's School. Read More




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Total: $1,314,945

Alumni Participation: 15%
Parent Participation: 53%

As of 1/29/14


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Trevor Donnelly '08 has been named the new Young Alumni Annual Fund Chair. In his new role, Trevor will be the lead volunteer for... Read More



Attend the Parents' Independent School Network (PIN) panel on "How your School Approaches Social Groups, Popularity and Its Impact on Students" hosted by St. Mark's on Friday, January 31st. The panel will feature John Warren and speakers from other independent schools.
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