Welcome!

Welcome to St. Mark’s Lutheran School! We are a private Jr. Kindergarten to 8th grade Christian school that has been serving families in Citrus Heights and the the greater Sacramento area with excellence in Christian education for more than 40 years. We invite you to experience our school in action by scheduling a campus visit today. Simply call 916-961-7891. Read what our parents are saying…



Snapshot of Life at St. Mark’s

 
 


Summer Sports Camps

This summer we are offering a basketball camp the week of June 15-19 and a volleyball camp the week of July 27-31.


An “Exemplary” School

St. Mark’s was recently granted “exemplary” status by its two accrediting agencies – WELSSA and NCPSA. A school receives the exemplary rating by meeting at least 95% of the 244 accreditation standards. This exemplary status demonstrates the strong commitment St. Mark’s has to serving families with excellence in Christian education in the best possible way.



Apply Today!

We would love to build a partnership in Christian education with your family. Begin the admissions process today!



50% Off Tuition for Jr. K and Kindergarten

Families who enroll students in Jr. K or Kindergarten for the 2015-2016 school year will receive 50% off their tuition. Enroll now to take advantage of this savings.



Financial Assistance Available

We desire that no families miss out on the blessings of Christian education offered at St. Mark’s Lutheran School due to their financial circumstances. Families who desire to enroll in our school may apply for need-based tuition grants. Learn more about financial assistance…



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Lutheran Schools Rank at the Top

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) shows that students in Lutheran Schools are among the highest achievers in the nation. Learn more…



Harvard Study Emphasizes Benefits of K-8

A study of Florida schools conducted by Harvard University researchers demonstrates that K-8 schools are good for children because they eliminate the difficult transition from elementary school to middle school. Read article…