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School begins Wednesday, September 4th Grades 1-8 HALF DAY SESSIONS
PK-K Orientation 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Lunch menu is on website.

April 2019

SAINT PHILIP PREPARATORY SCHOOL

2019 April Newsletter
 
We gathered only a short time ago to welcome the newborn infant, Son of God and Son of Mary, the Savior of the World. I believe there is a similarity and difference between Christmas and Easter. Both times the message is: “Be not afraid.” Yet, there is a decided difference. With the event of Christmas, the message tells us, “Do not be afraid, because the Savior has come,” whereas the message of Easter is, “Do not be afraid, because the Savior has triumphed!” On that first Easter, the apostle became changed persons; their discouragement was replaced by hope, their weakness by strength and courage. This Easter may we too be transformed, to new life and hope that the Risen Jesus brings. Be not afraid!

All are welcome to join us for the “Living Stations” on Wednesday, April 17th at 10:00 in our auditorium. Please join us for this beautiful Holy Week tradition.

Please join us for our Annual 8th Grade Play on Thursday, May 2nd at 7 PM. Our 8th grade is proud to present, Mary Poppins. You won’t want to miss this one, it’s…
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year has begun. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. You may find the necessary forms and information on our website. In addition, on our website you will find information regarding various scholarships available to our students; type in the word, ‘scholarships’ under the search link.

Congratulations to our 2nd grade students! On Wednesday, April 3rd, they participated in their First Holy Communion Retreat. The theme was:
First Eucharist, The True “Happy Meal.”

Congratulations to our Pastor, on successfully defending his dissertation in the field of ministry. His official title: Fr. Dr. Joseph Garbarino. Way to go, Fr. Joe!

A Joyful Easter to you and your families,

Alleluia! HE IS RISEN!

-Principal Barbara Zito