In September 1968, St. Mark's Nursery School opened its doors for 30 three- and four-year-old children. Since that time, we have continued to expand our program in order to provide the community with innovative, quality programs.  


In 1976, we became the first cooperative nursery school in Nassau County to be registered by the New York State Department of Education. In the following years we achieved NAEYC accreditation for our programs.


By 1989, St. Mark's Nursery School's enrollment had grown from 30 students to over 100, and we instituted a five-year-old transitional program to provide an educational alternative for children who were not ready to enter a kindergarten program.

In 2015, the school moved locations from the St Mark's church to Temple B'nai Sholom.


In 2018, Michelle Creegan and Alicia Todaro were appointed as co-directors. Michelle had previously served on the board since 2014, and Alicia had previously served as assistant to the director.