Welcome to St. Mark’s Lutheran School! We are a private JK-8th grade Christian school that has been serving families in 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…
School Day Open Houses
The best way to experience how St. Mark’s can serve your family with excellence in Christian education is by visiting during the school day. Your visit will include a tour, observing the classroom(s) of your choosing, and a conversation with our principal. Call 916-7891 to schedule your visit today!
Donate Your EWaste and Help Our School
Your ewaste (old computer equipment, TVs, cell phones, stereos, etc.) is valuable, and we have a way for you to get rid of it while helping our school. Simply submit a pickup request at the EWaste4Good website, and EWaste4Good will pick up your ewaste at your home free of charge. EWaste4Good will forward the value of your ewaste to our school.
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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Classroom Technology Update
Our students have been using Google Apps for Education (GAFE) for several years. This year each of our 7th and 8th graders will be equipped with a Google Chromebook – a wireless notebook that provides access to the internet and GAFE. The possibilities are endless for how Chromebooks will enhance our students’ education.
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…