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Mark Davis: Head of School

Mark Davis has been the transformative Head of St. Luke’s since 2002. Known for his ability to inspire innovation while preserving tradition, Mark has been at the helm of St. Luke’s exceptional rise. As a forward thinker, Mark focuses on what students will need to thrive in the future. He writes often about ethical leadership, deeper learning, and mindfulness in education. Mark is a member of the National Association of Independent School (NAIS) Board of Trustees.
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State of the School 2018: Potential

Above & Beyond—that phrase has become part of the St. Luke’s fabric. It captures the sense of potential that permeates and...

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The Potential of a New School Year

With realization of one’s own potential and self-confidence in one’s ability, one can build a better world."

- DALAI LAMA
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Commencement 2018: St. Luke's High School Graduation

St. Luke's 89th Commencement Exercises were as beautiful, as emotional and fulfilling as any I've had the honor to lead....
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Compassionate Leadership

With permission from the Community Mindfulness Project (CMP), I'm sharing a post from their Reflections blog. If you are...
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Gun Violence: An Open Letter

The Connecticut Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) crafted An Open Letter to Elected Officials in Connecticut...

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The Power of Compassionate Student Leaders

How often do you hear people refer to mindfulness meditation as “clearing your mind,” emptying it so as to escape from the...

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Facts About Vaping: What Teens (and Parents) Need to Know

Yesterday, I spoke with St. Luke’s students about vaping.  (Scroll Down for Video)  It was just hours after many of us...

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Graceful Resolutions

...the problem of New Year’s resolutions is, in a way, the problem of life itself. Our tendency to be shortsighted — to...
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