News

  • ALUMNA ELENA DENNIS: A PASSION FOR HEALTHY FOOD ACCESS FOR ALL

    Elena Dennis '11 was one of the youth recipients of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Award from the Marin County Human Rights Commission for her work to bring healthy eating skills to elementary school children. See her bio here. Congratulations, Elena!

  • PRESENTING AN EVENING WITH COMMON SENSE MEDIA

    On January 28, Mark Day School will host an evening with Common Sense Media's Bay Area Director, Dana Blum. She will discuss the current social media landscape for young people and offer relevant information for parents on how to navigate it. All are welcome. Please join us! RSVP here.

    * Wednesday, January 28, in the gym * Refreshments at 6:30 p.m., talk at 7

  • ASK AN ALUMNI

    Thursday, January 15, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the music room, we will host a panel discussion with alumni. Find out how their time at Mark Day School shaped their education and careers. We have much to be proud of in our graduates. Come see why. RSVP here.

  • GO! 2015 FLASH SALE: LOS CABOS, MEXICO FOR PRESIDENTS' DAY BREAK

    If you're looking for the ultimate, but not-too-far getaway for the February break, we have what you need: 7 days at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar in Los Cabos. Learn more and bid now!

  • MORE GOOD NEWS FROM AFRICA!

    We received word on January 6 that two of the participants in our eSibonisweni Girls' Scholarship Program have passed their entrance exams for university! This is an incredible accomplishment and we are so proud of them.

  • MARK DAY SCHOOL, ARE YOU READY?!

    We have news of a special visit in 2015! Click here to see the message.

  • MARIN VOICE: CARDBOARD WORLD!

    Bonnie Nishihara, Assistant Head for Educational Design and Innovation, has a piece in the Marin Independent Journal about the best use for all those cardboard boxes and tubes that pile up at this time of year: CARDBOARD WORLD!

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  • SCHOOL CLOSED THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11

    Due to the projected storm, Mark Day School will be closed on Thursday, December 11. Unless you hear differently from Joe Harvey (via our automated call system or school broadcast), we will see you all back here on Friday morning. Stay safe, everyone!

  • MAKE IT FOR GOOD

    The students in our Open Lab elective are creating prototypes for smokeless stoves. Their thoughtful process and hard work in building them are resulting in some really cool designs.

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  • ENGLISH BEAT

    Check out the blog by Upper Division English teacher Jen Wood. It's stuffed full of information about her students' latest activities. They are currently reading some challenging books and learning how to blog.