About Us

St. Mark's School Alumni Association, Ontario was founded in 1973 in the City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada by a group of St. Markans who immigrated to our adopted homeland. All current and former staff and students of St. Mark's School, Hong Kong are welcome to be members of this association. We have created this web site as our link with our Alma Mater and fellow St. Markans around the world.

Please surf this website for our newsletters, pictures and other links to St. Mark's. Also, feel free to share your memories of our school to St. Markans here in Canada and across the world by submitting webpages, pictures, articles and messages to the Association website.

St. Mark's School Alumni Association (Ontario)

  1. The name of the Association is "St. Mark's School Alumni Association (Ontario) ("Association)
  2. The Association is a non-political, non-profit organization.
  3. The objectives of the Association are:
    1. To promote, support and protect the common interest of the members of the Association;
    2. To encourage and sponsor intellectual and cultural activities among the membership;
    3. To participate in intellectual and cultural activities in the community;
    4. To promote intellectual and cultural exchanges between this Association and other alumni associations;
    5. To make grants and awards of scholarship for meritorious achievements or otherwise;
    6. To establish, undertake, administer or contribute to any charitable or benevolent funds from which may be made donations or advances to deserving persons, who must be or have been members of the Association;
    7. To undertake and execute any trusts which may be conductive to any of these objectives.
  4. The Association shall operate as a corporation without share capital under the Corporations Act of Ontario, R.S.O. 1980

St. Mark's School Hymn

Father in heav'n who lovest all,
O help Thy children when they call;
That they may build from age to age
An undefiled heritage.

Teach us to rule ourselves always,
Controlled and cleanly night and day;
That we may bring, if need arise,
No maimed or worthless sacrifice.

Teach us the strength that cannot seek,
By deed or thought, to hurt the weak,
That, under Thee, we may possess
Man's strength to comfort man's distress.

Teach us to bear the yoke in youth,
With steadfastness and careful truth;
That in our time, Thy grace may give
The truth whereby the nations live.

Teach us to look in all our ends
On Thee for judge and not our friends;
That we with Thee, may walk uncowed
By fear or favour of the crowd.

Teach us delight in simple things,
And mirth that has no bitter springs,
Forgiveness free of evil done,
And love to all men 'neath the sun.