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Dear Prospective St. Philip’s Parent

Welcome to St. Philip’s School and Community Center.  Thank you for your consideration of our school to establish your child’s educational foundation.

At St. Philip’s, we are committed to the development of the mind, body and soul of each student.  Our Christ-centered mission to offer excellence in academics and in community service sets the stage for all that we do.

Our highly trained and energetic faculty know that the world is the classroom, and through high-tech classroom and field exposures, we are empowering minds to think globally and to think big!

All students, Pre-K through eighth grade, engage in standards-based, cross-curricular lessons that build confidence and help to stretch the imagination.  The curriculum fosters freedom of expression and creativity through art, music and project-based learning. Students’ hands-on inquiry based learning experiences in the areas of math, science, social studies, technology, and foreign language helps to prepare them to become forerunners of the 21st century.  Upon graduation, our students have developed life-long habits and commitments to scholarliness, spirituality, and service.

In order to make a true determination as to whether St. Philip’s School and Community Center is the right fit for your family, we invite you to visit our school.  We offer multiple opportunities throughout the year to help you gain a better understanding of how your family can benefit from the St. Philip’s experience.  Reservations can be made through our website or by contacting our Office of Admission.

St. Philip’s School and Community Center receives numerous applications and space is limited.  I encourage you to begin the admission process now and to be mindful of required dates.  I look forward to working with your family.


Darnetta Forteau
Director of Admission

It is the policy of St. Philip's School & Community Center to administer its educational programs, including admission and financial aid, without discrimination, condonement or condemnation in  regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or disability.

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