June 7, 2021
The Class of 2021 graduates on Friday. We are so happy that they are having a graduation celebration and that they were able to be back on campus this year. We have loved every minute that they have been back with us.
Friday there is no school but be sure to watch the Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation on our YouTube channel. We know that you will join us in spirit in wishing the very best to the 93rd graduating class of St. Philip the Apostle School. They are heading to high schools all over the city and will represent us well as they further their education and follow their dreams. Congratulations to them!
Dear St. Philip the Apostle School community,
I'm proud of us for pulling together and making a fantastically challenging year a success. Remote learning strengthened the alliance between parents and teachers as we worked together to educate the children. Unsung heroes donated time, talent, and treasure to ensure our school persevered. The administration, teachers, and staff continually evaluated the school day based on an open, honest dialogue with our school community and the ever-changing health guidelines. For these reasons and so much more, we are all blessed to be a part of the strong, thriving St. Philip the Apostle School community.
Parents, thank you for turning your home into a classroom, supporting our teachers, and approaching a difficult year with patience and compassion.
Teachers, thank you for being creative and thinking outside the box, educating our children in-person and remotely during a pandemic, and handling it all with empathy and a smile.
Principal Ramirez and the Administration, thank you for being open to feedback, financially supporting anyone in need, and getting us through this year.
Thank you, everyone, for going above and beyond. St. Philip the Apostle School could not have survived without your unwavering support.
Enjoy your summer!
Fr. Joe Moniz Educational Fund
Fr. Joe served St. Philip the Apostle Parish for 20 years as our pastor. To honor his legacy of supporting Catholic education, we established an endowment in his name at the Catholic Community Foundation of Los Angeles to support tuition assistance and the educational needs of all St. Philip the Apostle School students. As this fund grows, our school will greatly benefit from financial stability in the future years.
If you did not have a chance to donate during last Saturday's virtual Red Tie Ball, you can still contribute today! We understand that not everyone is in a position to donate, but we greatly appreciate your prayers that this fund continues to receive support. You can donate by mailing a check to the school office or by going HERE
Father Joe Moniz St. Philip the Apostle School Educational Fund
On Friday June 11 we were blessed to be able to celebrate our Class of 2021! It was a beautiful ceremony in the sun, without our Baccalaureate Mass followed by the graduation ceremony. You will be missed Class of 2021!
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Summer Reading 2021
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