Located in the heart of South Philadelphia, St. Monica School provides a faith-based education, while integrating technology into student instruction. Critical thinking skills, creativity, and enthusiasm for learning are fostered in all students. A variety of teaching methods and strategies engage students to achieve their highest potential and compete in the global marketplace.
St. Monica School offers educational opportunities for students in preschool-prekindergarten (ages 3-5), and kindergarten through eighth grade and after school programs.
All students in kindergarten through eighth grade are eligible for free breakfast and lunch.
Our son has attended the St. Monica School for 9 years, and the experience has been invaluable! The IHM sisters, priests, faculty and staff have assisted our child in building a strong catholic identity as well as a desire to be a positive part of the community. The school offers rigorous, dynamic, and engaging instruction utilizing state-of-the-art technology. Sending my child to St. Monica was one of the best decisions I've made as a parent.
2018-2019 Tentative Calendar (pdf)Download
St. Monica School Middle States Reaccreditation - Excellence by Design 6-9-15 (pdf)Download
Weather Emergency (pdf)Download
Cell Phone and Electronic Device Policy (pdf)Download
Acceptable Use, Photo Release, and Interview Policies (pdf)Download
tuition transfer grant (pdf)Download
2018-2019 Student Handbook (pdf)Download
Reverend Joseph Kelley
Sister Mary Regina Matulka, IHM
Miss Barbara Inforzato
Sister Rosemary Peterson, IHM
Deacon Leonard DeMasi
Sister Kathleen White, IHM
2422 South 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145
222 North 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has partnered with the International Center for Leadership in Education to create a curriculum that is rooted in scholastic tradition and relevant for today’s world.
Each school in the Archdiocese sets its own tuition, but the Archdiocese of Philadelphia has put together a comprehensive portfolio of need-based and merit-based opportunities available to existing or incoming AOPS students.
Saint Monica School along with the Home and School Association would love you to volunteer
for upcoming events!
Clearances are required for anyone who volunteers at our school
(no fingerprints needed if resident of PA for 10 years or more) .
Volunteers must also take the Protecting God's Children Session. There is an upcoming session - 9/30/17 Our Lady of Hope, Philadelphia. We will schedule one in October at St. Monica School.
All attendees must register www.virtus.org or call 215-587-2466.
For information regarding obtaining clearances, please click on the following link:
We love our community, so feel free to call our senior school office and schedule a tour.
Senior School: 2500 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145 Junior School and Early Learning Center: 1720 West Ritner Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145
First Bell: 7:55 AM
Dismissal: 2:55 PM
CARES: 3:00 - 5:45 PM
Tours: By appointment