St. Philip's Episcopal School provides learning through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection. In every class, our teachers emphasize the strategies and processes involved in learning and self-growth, creating a unique opportunity to prepare our students to live thoughtful, creative, and fulfilling lives in a rapidly changing society. Below are the enrichment classes offered each week at St. Philip's.
taught by Mrs. Lea Rentch
Our 2K-4th grade students participate in age appropriate art in preparation for the SWTJC Creative Arts Contest. From developing fine motor skills to experimenting with color and texture, students enjoy learning though art!
Library and STEAM
taught by Mrs. Elizabeth Huddleston
Students attend library twice a week and STEAM classes once a week. During library students enjoy listening to and acting out stories, finding that just-right book, and having time for silent reading.
Students attend STEAM twice a week. During STEAM, students work on science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics skills. This year we are incorporating coding and robotics into our STEAM program.
taught by Mrs. Denise Gonzalez
Students attend Spanish class each day. The Sube curriculum used in our Spanish class incorporates a great deal of music and kinesthetic learning. Students love attending Spanish each day!
taught by Mrs. Becky Capt
Students attend Godly Play once a week. Godly Play is a method of a Christian education and spiritual direction for children ages 2-12. The goal of Godly Play is to teach children the art of using religious language-parable, sacred story, silence, and liturgical action to help them become more fully aware of the mystery of God's presence in their lives.
led by Father Mike Marsh and Mrs. Becky Capt
Chapel is modeled after the service of Daily Morning Prayer in The Book of Common Prayer. Services are held twice each week during the school year on Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Please join us.
led by classroom teachers
Students begin each day with a daily devotion led by their teachers. During this time students offer their thanks to God and their prayer requests. Students enjoy this time of fellowship and faith with their classroom family.