St. Mark Catholic School is situated on Upper Middle Road in Burlington, Ontario. We have a current enrolment of 335 students. In partnership with home, church, and community our school offers many opportunities to help students grow academically, spiritually, socially and emotionally. Staff and parents are very proud of our students and their successes over the years. As a Catholic school community, we strive to continue to provide a variety of joyful learning experiences that foster excellence and self-worth and encourage our students to be responsible, self directed, life-long learners.
Student Success Programs
The primary purpose of Student Success is to improve student learning. At St. Mark School, we are committed to assessment and evaluation practices that are grounded in the belief that all students should be able to demonstrate their learning in an environment that reflects the Catholic values of fairness, equity and respect for all.
- Healthy Snack Program
- Parent Volunteer Team
- Homework Club
- Lego Club
- Games Club
- Intramural Program
- Grade 7 & 8 - Student Ambassador Program
- ND Student Leadership Program
Before and After School Programs
YMCA Before and After School Childcare Program
Our teachers work collaboratively to enhance effective teaching practice and to provide increased opportunities for student engagement in learning. School Improvement Team members annually review EQAO data to identify critical focus areas, and all teachers make use of assessment data to ensure their lessons are purposeful and that their teaching practices effectively address areas of need. Our goal is to deliver differentiated assessment-based instruction and to offer supports through the use of technology, including assistive and interactive technology for the purpose of improving student achievement and success for all students.
St. Mark continues to support green initiatives by reducing waste, encourage recycling and find new ways to reduce our energy and water consumption. Our students and parent partners take an active role in leading our green initiatives.
Parent Community Involvement
St. Mark Catholic School Council actively engages in developing, encouraging and promoting activities which enhance the quality of school programs and improve levels of student achievement. Council membership includes parent representatives, teaching and non teaching staff members, parish representatives and community representatives. In addition, parent volunteers are essential and valued members of our school community. As partners in education, they have been actively involved in assisting teachers in the classroom; with organizing and running our school BBQ and fundraisers; assisting with our teams, clubs, wellness programs and our nutritional snack program, lunch days, pasta night and many student/school events and activities.
St. Mark Elementary School
St. Mark Elementary School2145 Upper Middle Road
Burlington, Ontario, L7P 4G1
Phone: 905-336-3911 Fax:905-336-7957
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Elizabeth de Brum
School Council Members
Director of Education
Currently there are 335 students enrolled at St. Mark School. There are 185 boys and 150 girls.
The Halton Catholic District School Board is a model learning community, widely recognized as distinctively Catholic, providing exceptional education, while nurturing the call to love and to serve as a people of faith, living out God's plan.
The Halton Catholic District School Board, in partnership with home and Church, is dedicated to providing excellence in Catholic education by developing Christ-centred individuals enabled to transform society.
Our Governing Values
At the Halton Catholic District School Board we know that:
- our school community exists to foster and exemplify Catholic values;
- the education of our students is a necessary investment in society;
- education is a lifelong process that fosters the worth of the individual;
- education is a process involving a partnership of students, home, school, Church and community;
- the education of everyone toward their fullest potential creates a better future;
- an effective learning environment fosters in each student a sense of unique value, self-esteem and importance to society;
- dedicated teachers and staff ensure a positive and caring learning environment enabling students to reach their full potential;
- the ability to understand, manage and direct change is essential to success; and
- we are accountable to the community for the effective management of our resources.