Growing In FaithWe take great pride in helping our students develop into devoted Christians and active members of the Catholic community of faith. For our students and staff, prayer and faith are an integral part of every school day as we follow God’s guidance in the conduct of our daily lives.
Growing In ServiceService is one of our primary missions, be it service to others or service to God. Our students are taught to look outside of themselves with compassion and generosity toward others. Students lead community outreach projects that benefit programs like parish food pantry and Mercy Hospital’s Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit.
Growing In MindIn cooperation with Notre Dame University, St. Philip Neri has participated in a multi-year process through the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City to develop a curriculum which focuses on preparing students for a challenging and ever-changing world. Our academic standards exceed state requirements, and our school offers integrated technologies to enhance classroom learning. In addition, we offer a variety of electives and extra-curricular activities such as art, music, photography, computer, and yearbook to further enrich the educational experience.
Growing In BodyWe offer a wide variety of athletic and sporting options for our students, including archery, co-ed soccer, girls’ volleyball and boys’ and girls’ basketball. More than just physical exercise, our athletic programs are designed to foster an enjoyment of sport competition. We also instill in our students a spirit of sportsmanship and fair play. Middle school boys have the opportunity to play football and baseball in a league against other private and public schools.
Catholic Schools Week kicks off on Sunday, January 29. As a way to showcase our school, we are asking our school families to attend Mass at 11 a.m. that Sunday. Students please wear the dress uniform. There are lots of fun activities planned.for the week:...read more
The new Family Life Center was formally dedicated on November 10th which includes a full size gymnasium. Father Fuller had the honor of making the first basket as the student body, Principal Tener and Coach Kline...read more