First graders collaborate to design a mechanism that will protect their egg from cracking when dropped. They're in the early stages of the design thinking process as they consider the materials they've been given and sketch out their design.
"On a daily basis I am struck by how sincerely the teachers and administration truly care about my children and eagerly set out to discover what makes them tick." - Mark Day School Parent
Nearly 400 grandparents and special friends visited campus on Friday, April 21 for this annual Mark Day event. Our guests were treated to musical performances, student speeches and presentations, and classroom tours.
The annual trip to Beijing to visit partner school Beijing No. 2 Experimental Primary School (Er Xiao) commenced on April 6. Students stay with Beijing families, learn side-by-side with local students, and visits sights like Tiananmen Square the Great Wall.
Seventh and 8th grade students make their annual trip to Pan-American School (PAS) in Heredia, Costa Rica, where they enjoy home stays and immerse themselves in the language and culture of their hosts. Follow the blog
A delegation of 60 members from our partner school, Beijing #2 Experimental Primary School, arrived on campus on February 6. Mark Day and Beijing students will learn alongside one another in classrooms. Learn more about our partnerships.
Mark Day School has partnered with San Francisco-based Tinkering School to bring its extraordinary day camp for students ages 7-14 to Marin this summer. Tinkering School will offer week-long summer camp sessions on the Mark Day School campus in July and August.