School News and Events

2nd Trimester Report Card Awards

March 28, 2018

St. Raymond School marking periods are separated by trimester. At the end of each trimester the students and faculty gather in the School Hall for the announcements for students in first through eighth grade who have earned recognition for their …

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Legacy of Pride 2018

March 2, 2018


St. Raymond School’s Legacy of Pride is a performance that showcases what students have learned during the school year, incorporates the arts and, celebrates Black History Month. This has been a tradition of the art program for over 20 …

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2018 Career Day

January 30, 2018

Every year we celebrate National Catholic Schools Week at St. Raymond. One of the high-lighted events is Career Day, where we invite inspiring individuals to teach our students about their careers. This year alumni, parents, and supportive friends of the …

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Student Council 2017 Election Results

December 1, 2017

Please join us in congratulating the newly elected members of St. Raymond 2017-2018 Student Council. The officers of the 8th grade are pictured here from left to right: Class President – Layla Frazier; Vice-President – Damilola Akinboro; Treasurer – Adrianna …

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4th Grade Journalists in the Making

November 6, 2017

Our school has partnered with Healthy News Works (HNW) to implement a hands-on approach to simultaneously teaching students about writing,  journalism, and health related topics.

Denise Foley of HNW has been visiting our fourth grade students once a week to …

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Howley Family Foundation Visit

September 20, 2017

We were happy to be visited by the President (Lorie Howley) and Executive Director (Meg Mitkus) of the Howley Family Foundation. The mission of this foundation is to award academic scholarships and to provide tuition assistance to elementary, high …

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An Important Back-to-School Message From Our President

August 23, 2017

Dear IMS community,

With so much turmoil happening in our world and in our country, it is troublesome to have to live and grow up in a place where so much hatred exists. However, it is good to remember our …

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Inner City Church Adapts to Changing Culture and Thrives

June 22, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – The Catholic Church is known for its sacred traditions. Those traditions, however, can make the Church seem resistant to change.

One Philadelphia parish challenged that perception when it moved to transform along with the neighborhood it serves.


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Impressive Work Earns 4th Grade A Free Field Trip

May 31, 2017

Our 4th grade students lead by teacher Dana DiPasquale, learned about journalism as they prepare to create an article for the Healthy NewsWorks Newspaper. They interviewed Mike Weilbacher, the Executive Director of the Schuylkill Center of Environmental Education. …

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