OKC Energy!

Energy GameThe St. Philip Neri Choir performed “God Bless America” in front of the largest recorded crowd of Oklahoma Energy FC history. Nearly 7,000 witnessed the students sing and sign the patrotic tune under the guidance of Mrs. Melton before the home game against the Colorado Springs Switchbacks. The evening was full of fun and fellowship. Students, parents and friends of the school cheered on the Energy which ultimately ended in a tie of 3-3. More school outings are planned throughout the year which truly support the idea that our school body is a community which encourages not only academic excellence , but to engage one another outside the classroom and build long-lasting friendships.


Students are greeted by Sister Veronica a Camelite of Villa Teresa s they warm up for their big performance. Sister Sanchez, who serves for Bishop McGuiness High School, is given special treatment for all Energy home games at Taft Stadium with front-row parking. The Sisters were among those in record breaking attendance that evening.

Sister Veronica a Camelite of Villa Teresa
Olympic Gold Medalist and Hall of Fame Gymnast, Bart Connor, was present for the official coin-toss of the game. He is pictured here with his son, Dylan and 6th grader, Rebekah Cleary. Rebekah vigorously trains at Connor’s gym and is a top state competitor in her gymnastic division.

 No Falcon outing is complete without the presence of Landon, the Pre-K traveling bear. Mila secured him inside the OKC Energy backpack distributed to all fans who attended the game.

Fifth graders Clara and Lily, along with little brother Nick display their fan support. Signs were created in Art Class in anticipation of the sporting event.

 The Melot Family along with Mercedes Thai were all smiles in the stands as the Energy kicked off the second half with a 2-1 lead.

Mrs. Brown, joined by her children, Daniel, Miyalyn and Anna Marie along with SPN Parent, Cassie Herd, gather for a group picture at Taft Stadium.

The campus will be closed through Wednesday, February 17. Virtual/distance learning will be in place beginning 2/16/21.

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