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A Guiding Light in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, for Children From Nursery School to Eighth Grade.

From Nursery to Eight Grade

  • Free Early Drop-Off Starting at 7 AM
  • Full-Day Nursery for three-year -olds
  • Free Pre-K for All for four-year-olds
  • Afterschool Program with homework help
  • 1:1 Technology Program, including Chromebooks and iPads
  • 5,000 square foot gym

Saint Mark Catholic Academy, a faith community of students, parents and teachers, is dedicated to personal excellence in the traditions of the school’s Catholic education heritage.

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Catholic Schools Week 2020 Activities

Next week is Catholic Schools Week!
Check out all the exciting activities going on at Saint Mark Catholic Academy. #CSW1920

Every day is an open house! Please come visit us. Registration for the 2020-2021 school year has begun, and the financial aid application process is now open.

“Saint March In” for All Saints’ Day Mass

Thank you to Father Sergiy, Father Michael, Deacon Paul, our students, and our faculty who were a part of our 10am All Saints Day Mass! A special thank you to Mrs. Baran for coordinating the celebration and our students for representing the saints on this beautiful day!
(Photos courtesy of Mr. William Bunch!)

SMCA Prays the Rosary as a Family

October is the month of the Rosary. On Wednesday, October 9th, our students honored our Blessed Mother by participating in an in-school Rosary Rally. Thank you to Father Michael and our students for leading us in prayer!

SMCA Remembers 9/11/01

Today, the students, faculty, and staff of Saint Mark Catholic Academy came together as a school family to honor the anniversary of September 11, 2001 and to remember all those who were lost that day. We were led in prayer by Father Michael Panicali, and some of our eighth graders assisted with the readings and helped Mr. Rufino in the raising of a new American Flag in the schoolyard.

Please keep all those who serve our country and those who are still dealing with the effects of 9/11 in your thoughts and prayers.

Middle School Visits the Museum of the Moving Image

On June 5, SMCA students in grades 5-8 took a trip to the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, where they explored the history of movies, from the earliest days of film to present day.

Along with a guided tour, students got to create their own stop motion animations, and we also looked at TVs through the years—long before the age of flat screen!

Did you know that the history of the moving image includes video games? Our students were very happy to find out, as they got to play video games from past and present!

Our time at the Museum concluded with a screening of an episode of I Love Lucy. Not only did we get to watch the show on the big screen, but the students also discussed the topic of gender roles in the 1950s.

Every student received a free pass to the Museum so they can return over the summer!

Mr. Mark Wilson Named Principal for 2019-2020 School Year.

Dear Members of the Saint Mark C. A. Community:

This past Monday morning, at a special assembly for students, Pastor Father Bob Mucci and Members of the Board of Directors, announced that Mr. Mark Wilson will be the new principal of St. Mark Catholic Academy.

Mr. Wilson is well-known to so many of our students and parents, for now six years he has served as the English Language Arts teacher for grades 5-8.

The cheers and applause from our students and faculty upon the announcement served as a wonderful welcome to this special news.

Mr. Wilson was unquestionably the individual best qualified to serve as principal of St. Mark Catholic Academy. I assure you he will continue to lead our school in the traditions of providing an excellent Catholic education in a warm and caring environment to all our children.

I hope you will join me in congratulating him and wishing him well as he prepares to become the next principal of St. Mark Catholic Academy.

I look forward to working with him this summer as he prepares to assume his new leadership responsibilities on September 1st.

Mrs. Carol Donnelly