The phones at school are out and have been for the past week. Currently, there is no timetable for repair. For the time being, please use email to communicate with our Executive Staff:

Mandy Graham: mandygraham@stphilipsfrisco.org
Scott Kimball: scottkimball@stphilipsfrisco.org

Thank You for your patience as we work to resolve this issue.

Welcome Father Clayton!

St. Philip's Episcopal School of Frisco Welcomes Father Clayton Elder. Read the full announcement here: http://spesf.org/welcome-father-clayton/
Empower Your Child to Grow in Reason & Faith

Welcome to St. Philip’s Episcopal School of Frisco

We are young vibrant learning community where students are challenged, nurtured, and inspired.

St. Philip’s Episcopal School of Frisco is a learning community grounded in the Episcopal tradition of education, offering academic excellence in a faith centered environment and committed to positively impacting our world. We strive to reflect the diversity of our community and we welcome qualified students of all backgrounds.

The school is committed to maintaining manageable class sizes, as we believe that education is most effective in a small setting. In other words, students learn better in a group than in a crowd. We offer a 21st century education which demands innovation, collaboration, creativity, and the ability to think critically. St. Philip’s is academically challenging, while supporting an active approach to instruction that is designed to create an appreciation and love for learning. Our experienced teachers are passionate and they are determined to convince students that learning is a joy.

The community attends chapel daily and students are taught that everyone has been created in God’s image. We want to be a model of God’s love and grace. While we are proud of our Episcopalian heritage, the school honors, respects, and welcomes those who have a different belief system. Our goal is to equip students to develop a gracious faith, regardless of their tradition, that is relevant to every part of their lives.

Love your neighbor as yourself is a commandment we take to heart. Students at St. Philip’s are asked to look beyond themselves and serve neighbors in need. Whether it is collecting shoes for orphans, visiting and conversing with senior citizens, or gathering new pajamas for disadvantaged children, we strive to seek out neighbors who are in need of support, assistance, or simply, some compassion and kindness in their lives.

We invite you to visit our campus. You will see students who are excited about learning and a group of devoted teachers dedicated to inspiring young people to be their best in every facet of life.

Scott Kimball
Head of School

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Who We Are

St. Philip’s Episcopal is an Episcopal school in Collin County that engages the minds of students in K-5th grade. We provide an intentionally intimate environment where teachers understand and appreciate each child’s unique abilities.

We believe that developing qualities of integrity, tolerance, character, and kindness are as important as educating the mind. St. Philip’s is an inclusive community that values diversity. We welcome qualified students of all backgrounds.

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Exceptional Academics. Service Learning. Relevant Faith.

Why Choose St. Philip’s Episcopal?

We are a school committed to educating young minds, inspiring students to lead lives of service, and impacting the world for good.

Unique Environment

  • Classrooms rich with technology
  • A challenging yet flexible approach to instruction
  • Small class sizes and personalized attention
  • Creative thinking through active learning and collaboration
Exceptional Academics. Service Learning. Relevant Faith.

Donate Online to Support the Annual Fund

Financial gifts to support St. Philips Episcopal can be made easily whether you are near or far. Your online gift is secure though our online Paypal system. You are welcome to indicate a purpose for your gift or we will use your gift to support our annual fund.

2016-2017 School Calendar

Our School Calendar for the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Semesters has been released. Please find the file in PDF format available for download below:

pdfSchool Calendar: 2016-2017 - calendar view