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St. Mark Catholic School
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Quick Facts 

School Hours: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Grade Distribution: JK to Grade 8
Student Enrolment: 367

About Our School

St. Mark’s was the first Catholic school to be built in the north end of London – between Highbury Avenue and Adelaide Street.  The school originally opened in 1960 as St. Nicholas School on Fanshawe Park Road. Rapid growth and traffic safety concerns allowed for building a new school in the subdivision south of Fanshawe Park Road. A three room addition was added July 2008 as part of the primary class size reduction government grant. Today the school boundaries reach from Sunningdale South to the North, Highbury Ave to the East, Kilarney Road to the South, and Adelaide Road to the West. St. Mark’s has a population of 367 students (JK – Grade 8). 
St. Mark celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2015.



  • 3 Junior Kindergarten/Kindergarten rooms
  • 13 Grade 1-8 classrooms
  • 1 Library with computer lab
  • 1 Gymnasium


Living Our Faith

St. Michael’s Church/St. Michael Church Youth Ministry

Thames Valley Children’s Centre

C.P.R.I. (Children Parent Resource Institute)

London Public Library

London City Police Department – VIP program/home and school safety

London School Age Program (before and after school program)

Terry Fox Run – charitable donation

Stratford Festival

United Way of London and Middlesex

Middlesex – London Health Unit

Merry Mount Children’s Centre

Children’s Safety Village

Stronach Arena

Mother Teresa Secondary School

Northridge Public School

Optimist Club of North London

London Food Bank – food drives

Transportation Information 

Approximately 80% of the students arrive by bus. St. Mark students are transported by Murphy Bus Lines. Information on bus delays or cancellations during inclement weather can be obtained by listening to 980 AM radio, 97.5 FM radio, or by accessing our Board website at​

School Safety 

St. Mark Catholic School participates in the Safe Arrival Program. Students in Grade 6 participate in the Values, Influences and Peers (VIP) program. There is a before and after school program for younger students available when both parents work. The school has a clear Code of Conduct in place for students.