This is an unofficial page devoted to the history of St. Mark's School of Texas and its football program dating to the beginning in 1906. St. Mark's traces its origins to three pre-1950 all-boys prep schools in Dallas: Terrill School for Boys (1906-1946), Texas Country Day School (1933-1950) and the Cathedral School for Boys (1946-1950). Terrill recapitalized itself into Cathedral at the same campus in 1946. Texas Country Day and Cathedral merged in 1950 to create St. Mark's School of Texas. This is the famous 1918 team of Terrill School.
Texas Country Day's 1941 football team. With low enrollment and because there were "not enough heavy boys," TCD was forced to play 6-man football this season.
The 1978 St. Mark's football team
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