Rowland Hall School

843 Lincoln St, Salt Lake City, UT 84102

The merger of Rowland Hall and St. Mark's School in 1964 created this single school offering a coeducational program. Established in 1867, St. Mark's School suspended operations about the turn of the century, reopening in 1956 as a college preparatory school for boys. Rowland Hall was founded for girls in 1880 by Rt. Rev. Daniel S. Tuttle, first missionary Episcopal bishop of Utah, with funds provided by Benjamin Rowland of Philadelphia, PA. Rowland Hall offers a broad liberal arts curriculum with course work in the traditional subject areas. Advanced Placement classes are available in many disciplines, and both the arts and athletics are integral to the program. Small classes and a low student-teacher ratio are other characteristics of the school, which sends its graduates to colleges throughout the country. Juniors engage in a compulsory, 25-hour community service project. Rowmark Ski Academy, an adjunct of the school, offers an intense alpine ski-racing program. Lower school children (age 2 through grade 5) attend classes on the McCarthey campus on South Guardsman Way. The middle school (grades 6-8) is located on East 800 South, around the corner from the upper school.

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General Information

Academic OrientationCollege Preparatory, Sports (Winter)
Grade RangeDay — Coed Grades PS (Age 2)-12
Coed, Boys, or GirlsCoed
Full Address843 Lincoln St, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Other Locations720 S Guardsman Way, Salt Lake City 84108
970 E 800 S, Salt Lake City 84102
Year Established1867
Legal StatusNonprofit
Religious AffiliationEpiscopal
AdministratorAlan C. Sparrow
Applications DueMarch
Total Enrollment1,005
Day Students1,005
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