Our School. Our Family. Our Community.
We take great pride in seeing our students develop into fine Christians and a part of the Catholic community of faith. We look forward to continued support from our Catholic community and our parents, teachers and students. Working together for children has made our school successful. Our school serves approximately 30% non-Catholic students with 70% of Catholic students coming from the parishes of St. Philip Neri, Midwest City; St. Andrew, Moore; St Paul the Apostle, Del City; and St. Teresa, Harrah.
Our Mission & Vision
To create a legacy of academic excellence, foster the whole child, and make disciples.
St. Philip Neri Catholic School promotes charity, humility, and excellence through a Christ-centered education.
From Our Principal
“God and our Catholic faith are an integral part of our daily activities and lessons here at St. Philip Neri. This is a school with committed teachers, strong academics, integrated technology, and Catholic values. I would like to invite anyone interested in our exceptional school to explore our website to find out more about us or call us at 405-737-4496.“
– Brenda Tener
Our Upcoming Curricular Events & Activities
- January 17
- January 30 - February 5
- January 30
- February 14
- February 21
- March 2
- March 2 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
- March 11
Charity, Humility, & Excellence
St. Philip Neri Catholic School places a strong emphasis on the social and emotional well-being of students, teaching fundamental skills necessary for wellbeing and life effectiveness. These skills improve the quality of learning and life of young people and the communities in which they learn and grow.
Growing In Faith
We 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 Service
Service 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 the parish food pantry and Mercy Hospital’s Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit.
Growing In Mind
The teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church and the values of Christian living permeate the school day. This high priority is expressed through worship, prayer, religious education classes, and the general climate of the school. St. Philip Neri Catholic School offers a balanced academic curriculum that includes the following subjects: religion and liturgy, science, art, music, language arts, math, social studies, Spanish, and physical education.
Students also have opportunities to extend the challenge of the curriculum by participating in academic competitions such as the science fair, the Archdiocesan spelling bee, art contests, essay contests, National History Day, and Future City.
Growing In Body
We offer a wide variety of athletic and sporting options for our students, including 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.
Our News & Announcements
Keep informed about the activities and events of our school with our school newsletters and announcements.
Starting school on a Tuesday threw me off! My newsletter is a day late.
Tomorrow is uniform compliance reward day. Students may come out of uniform if they have not had a uniform infraction since December 2. Please remember as always: no spaghetti straps, no tank tops, no inappropriate sayings, no short shorts, no crop tops, no jeggings, no leggings, no yoga pants. If you have a doubt about what your child wishes to wear, please don’t let him/her wear it. Children may wear their shirts untucked on this day.
So- I just realized I did not hit the send button on this newsletter Wednesday. I have modified it to reflect the last two days.
Of utmost importance is to remember that there will be no Afterschool Care today.
We welcomed Archbishop Paul Coakley yesterday. We be recorded the Christmas program yesterday after Mass. The program will be posted online some time in the next week.
Today is dress out of uniform o for $2. The money will be donated to St.Vincent de Paul.
Happy Feast of the Immaculate Conception!
Tomorrow is the feast day for St. Juan Diego. The school students will celebrate the feast of Juan Diego tomorrow and are invited to bring a flower for Mary. Juan Diego’s vision of Our Lady of Guadualupe occured 490 years ago tomorrow!
Mrs. Jones is working with the children to create a short Christmas program. They will not have a public performance as they have in the past. The program will be filmed and posted online. I will have more details next week.