Students Receive Fruit of the Spirit Award for Self-Control

This morning the St. Mark’s Campus held the final Fruit of the Spirit Chapel of the school year for Self-Control. Teachers and peers recognized students who practice self-control in everything they do. A special recognition ceremony for these deserving students was held outside in the courtyard of campus. Awards were presented by Beville Anderson, Head…

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St. Mark’s Campus Hosts Cheer Showcase

St. Mark’s Cheerleaders wrapped up their final season with a showcase for their families on Baker Green. They performed some of their favorite cheers as well as three dances, one of which they choreographed themselves in small groups as a collaborative effort. Way to go, Eagles!   Watch the showcase!

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Students Celebrate Mothers and Special Friends

In the midst of a beautiful sunrise and perfect weather, students on the St. Mark’s Campus celebrated their mothers and special friends during Chapel on Friday, May 7. Students in first through sixth grades enjoyed a special service with their mothers in neighboring Stockton Park overlooking the St. Johns River. The Rev. Teresa Seagle, Chaplain…

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First Grade Shares Sea Animal Projects

First graders proudly displayed their studies of sea animals for their families by transforming the Lori Schiavone Commons into an underwater ocean experience on Thursday. Each student selected a sea animal and then researched its features, habitats, life cycles, food chains, and interesting facts. They created a script using their facts and illustrated pictures to…

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Mothers Celebrated at Pre-K Picnic

Pre-K students welcomed their mothers to campus to celebrate Mother’s Day on Friday. Moms enjoyed a picnic on Hixon Field, gifts from their children, and a special song. We appreciate all our Beaches Campus mothers and the roles they play in their children’s lives.

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Girls Track and Field Places at State Meet

Girls Track & Field participated in the FHSAA state final meet hosted at UNF on Saturday. The team represented well, placing 10th overall. The top finishers for the girls were: Chloe Selmer ’29 – seventh place in long jump; the 4×800 relay team (Nia Atcherson ’24, Maddie Morris ’22, Hannah Kowkabany ’24, Harper McEvoy ’21)…

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Allie Alton ’22 Qualifies for USRowing Nationals

This past weekend, Allie Alton ’22 raced at the USRowing Southeast Regional Championship in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. She raced in the Youth Single and finished first out of 20 boats. She won the opening time trial Saturday morning, followed by winning her semi-final race in the afternoon. She completed the weekend with a win in…

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Episcopal Fund Gifts Support Learning During COVID

Donations to The Episcopal Fund this year helped support students who were temporarily learning from home due to COVID-19 quarantines with new technology in every classroom on all three campuses. The Instructor Voice Amplifier projects the instructor’s voice to the students in the classroom as well as the students on Zoom. With masks the teacher’s…

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Fine Arts Award Recipients Spring 2021

Congratulations to the Munnerlyn Campus Fine Arts students who were recognized on Thursday, May 6, during a special event in the Munnerlyn. Award Recipient Excellence in Middle School Visual Art Jonathan Ritchie Honors in Ceramics Mimi Kurlas Honors in Draw Paint Print Ellie Reed Excellence in Middle School Performing Arts Ainsley Hunt Honors in Dance…

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2021 World Language Honor Society Inductees

Congratulations to the Upper School students who were inducted into the World Language Honor Society for 2020-2021. First Name Last Name Grade Avery Blalock 10 Kathleen Burhyte 10 Virginia Burhyte 10 Amelia Hayes 11 Colin Largen 10 Tyler Officer 10 Luke Peterson 10 Clara Swett 10 Caroline Taylor 10 Hailey Warwick 10 Daniel Wong 11

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