• Welcome to St. Philomena Catholic School

    Welcome to St. Philomena School! As you explore our website you will see that we are a school of 4 F’s = Faith + Family + Fun + Focus on Academic Excellence. We have high academic standards and our students have a high Student Growth Percentile, but we also believe in teaching and living Gospel values.

    St. Philomena is more than high academics. Our Catholic faith is both our foundation and our moving force. If our students have an experience of God’s personal love for them, they will order their lives so as to give Him honor and glory. They will love God and their neighbor. The faculty, staff and parents work together to provide the children with the atmosphere and tools they need to grow spiritually, academically, socially, physically, and emotionally. When given the opportunity, tools and guidance, children will become the saints God created them to be. They will be active, productive members of their church and society.

    We invite you to become a member of our family. Join us on our journey to Heaven. Come and work with us to make our world a better place. We are Crusaders who work hard to become what we were created to be = Saints.

  • Calendar
    Jan
    24
    Catholic High School Placement Test - Location High School of Choice

    Jan
    25
    Pancake Breakfast - Patio Area
    6:30 - 11:30 AM
    Open House
    10 AM - 1 PM
    Jan
    26
    Free Dress-Green & Yellow Day

    Jan
    28
    2015-2016 Intent to Re-register is Due

    Jan
    30
    Parent Appreciation Day
    8 AM
    Jan
    31
    First Penance Ceremony and Reception
    9:30 - 11 AM
    Feb
    6
    Feb
    8
    Open House at the Convent - This is an opportunity to learn more about the Carmelite Sisters and their life.
    9 AM - 12 PM
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ST. PHILOMENA CATHOLIC SCHOOL
21832 S. Main Street | Carson, CA 90745 | Phone: (310) 835-4827
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