Following the directive of Bishop Lee of the Episcopal Church, St. Mark's Day School is closed though the Easter holiday. We will keep you updated to additional closure information as it arises. Please follow us on Facebook - @stmarksbarrington and Instagram - St.Marksdayschool for daily activities to complete with your child. For currently enrolled families, a weekly newsletter will be emailed on Sundays outlining the week's activities. Printable documents will also be sent in this email to support your child's learning at home. Stay healthy and safe!
St. Mark's Day School is an established preschool with a 45 + year history of excellence.
We serve children 2 years old through 6 years old. Our preschool offers a creative program where play is central. We believe in play with a purpose. Play allows children to manipulate the world around them. Play encourages creativity and imagination. It encourages children to experience math and science through trial and error. Play assists in language development and expression of feelings. Play builds pro-social skills and self-confidence. Play is learning!
Our small class size and teacher/child ratio allows children to receive the one-on-one attention they deserve. Children are guided to become successful learners by developing strategies to organize, prioritize and manage their daily work.
Selecting your child's first school can be difficult. Leaving your child in a new environment for the first time is even more challenging. We are teachers...we are moms...we understand...we have been there with our children, so we realize what is most important. It is not the school setting or new equipment, but instead, it is the bond of trust that our parents and staff build.
We truly care about your children...we care about siblings...we care about your family. We care that you feel embraced as a part of our supportive community.
Please give me a call. I invite you to make an appointment to tour our school. Come experience why so many NW suburban families have selected St. Mark's Day School as their school.