St Mark’s Anglican Community School is an independent Anglican co-educational primary and secondary day school, located in the northern Perth coastal suburb of Hillarys, Western Australia.
Established in 1986, the school currently has approximately 1700 students, primarily from Hillary’s and surrounding Northern suburbs.
The focus of St Mark’s is to nurture successful learners, confident and creative individuals and active and informed citizens. The school's values of Respect, Knowledge, Confidence, Responsibility and Community, together with faith, are the school's constants and guide the school community.
St Mark’s strives to provide great opportunities for its students to equip themselves with literacy, numeracy, ICT capacity, creative and critical thinking, personal and social capability and ethical and cultural understandings so they can look both inwards and outwards to engages with other and find authentic contexts in which to learn and grow. The school's motto is to Seek Truth and Wisdom.
St Marks aims for Academic Excellence. A variety of support mechanisms including before and after school study clubs, The Study with Old Scholars program and learning enrichment help students to develop effective and efficient study skills. Digital Learning and Technology is valued and the implementation and use of technologies enrich the curriculum.
The diverse Arts education program at St Mark's is recognised as being closely linked to Academic Achievement. The Arts Faculty incorporates Dance, Drama, Media Arts, Music and Visual Arts.
The St Mark’s Anglican Community School Council is committed to an ongoing building and refurbishment program to ensure all buildings and facilities and maintained to a high standard. The school has a Performing Arts Complex, a Chapel, a Hall, Sports Pavilion and a Library and Information Centre. An oval and outdoor sports courts, play equipment, grassed and sheltered open spaces and a new Community Garden are provided for students.