5849 Buckweat Rd., Milford, OH 45150 (513) 575-3354 stmarksmilford@hotmail.com

Wild About Jesus!

Welcome to St. Mark’s Lutheran School, we hope you enjoy our theme for the 2020-2021 school year, “Wild About Jesus.” During this school year our goal is to grow in faith so that our enthusiasm for Jesus is contagious and an example to all!


Romans 12:11 Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord.


Looking forward to sharing Christ with everyone each day. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me via the school office. -Principal Tim Kollmorgen


Extracurricular Activities

Basketball Club

Students in grades 3 – 8 may join the Basketball Club.  Participants learn skills they need to play the great game of basketball – and apply them in practice scrimmages and games with area schools. We have two teams each for boys and girls – a 3rd-5th grade team and a 6th-8th grade team. The goal of the basketball club is to grow into a competitive, interscholastic program that competes with other Lutheran schools at the State and National level.

Coding & Robotics Club

Students in grades 5th-8th may participate in this club where they will learn coding and apply what they learn to make robots do their bidding!

Runners Club

In the fall, our students in grades 1-8 can enjoy the fun and benefits of running.  Runners are encouraged to do their best and improve from week to week. Runners receive a color coded stick for each lap they run – they compete against themselves to run farther and longer each session.

Jump Rope Club

Students in grades 1-8 may join the Jump Rope Club and participate in various jump rope activities, competitions, and fun things.  One of the competitions is to see who can jump longer than the teacher. Another is to see who can jump the longest.

Science Club

Students in grades 1-8 may join the Jump Rope Club and participate in various jump rope activities, competitions, and fun things.  One of the competitions is to see who can jump longer than the teacher. Another is to see who can jump the longest.

Science Olympiad

Students in grades 5-8 may join Science Olympiad – which is a national competition.  Participants practice various events and pick one or more in which to compete. Each event requires a high level of thinking, doing, and remembering.  The district competition is held at Xavier University early in March – with winning teams able to move on to state and national level events!

Stacking Club

Cupstacking Club is a popular pastime.  Participants follow the rules of competitive cup stacking and keep records of the different stacks (the 3-3-3; the 6-6; the 1-10-1; and the cycle – which is a combination of the other 3 stacks) trying to better their time for each.  Stacking club is great for developing hand-eye coordination.

Band

Music is definitely a hands-on experience at St. Mark’s.  Children as early as preschool learn to appreciate music by playing different instruments.  In 3rd and 4th grade students learn to play the recorder.  In 5th-8th grade, our students learn to play a band instrument.   Students choose to play flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, baritone, or percussion.  Some instruments are school-owned while some students supply their own. Concert participation occurs during the annual Christmas program and the End of the Year Spring Concert.

Yearbook Club

Yearbook club is open to Grades 5-8. Participants in the Yearbook Club will learn photo taking techniques, photo editing techniques, and actually put together page layouts for our yearbook.

Volleyball Club

Students in grades 3-8 learn volleyball skills and apply them in practice scrimmages.  There are also interscholastic matches with area schools for our teams (3rd-5th graders and 6th-8th graders) to learn during real competition.  Most years, we compete in at least one tournament. The goal of the volleyball club is to grow into a competitive, interscholastic program.