The Moody Performing and Fine Arts Pavilion will provide adequate resources to allow for instructional space for each major art discipline, including music, dance, visual art, and theater, for students, neighborhood youth, and community artists. Daily, over 300 St. Philip’s students and neighborhood youth will benefit and engage in the department programs and facility. Annually, this facility will host over 15 regular events, classes and activities that the organization currently hosts with partner organizations. Additionally, the space will serve as the cafeteria for over 250 students and the site for the daily service of meals through the Kids Café program and evening meals for community children and youth.
“Sometimes all our children need is exposure! It only takes one educator to see the potential in your child and pour into it. People ask me why I chose St. Philip’s as my baby’s school. There are way too many reasons to list, but we are family, we are a village, and we love and support one another in the most phenomenal ways.”
– Nikisha Patton Handy, mother of Brielle