Shining our Light on Art, Music and Language Enrichment for our Children
The Walkathon rallies and unifies the St. Mary community in support of Art, Music and Language Studies for the children of our school. Thanks to pledges collected by our students and donations made by our benefactors, we can continue to enrich our curriculum with vibrant programs in these essential subjects.
16th Annual Walkathon – Thank you!
The 16th annual Walkathon on Friday, May 18, 2018, raised $51,345 to support the arts programs at Saint Mary!
The Walkathon celebrated the Golden Jubilee of Saint Mary. Students studied the history and significance of the school and the historical events that took place during its founding in 1782 and re-opening in 1968. The walk route included Old St. Joseph’s Church, Holy Trinity Church, and Old St. Mary’s Church – three of the original sending parishes that created Saint Mary's unique and influential "inter-parochial" status.
Thank you to all of the parents, family, friends, faculty, and staff who all made the 16th Annual Walkathon a success!
Special thanks to our Event Sponsors: Anesthesia Services And Products, Inc.; the Bhullar Family; the Ermilio Family; Harman Deutsch Architecture; the Koger Family; and the Montgomery Family.
Saint Mary would also like to extend our sincere gratitude to the SEPTA Safety Team for their help in making the Walkathon safe and fun for everyone!
17th Annual Walkathon – Save the Date!
The 17th annual Walkathon will be on Friday, May 17, 2019, and it will explore “The Trees of Philadelphia: An Urban Nature Walk.”
The campaign will begin during Catholic Schools Week in January 2019. More information will be forthcoming. If you would like to donate to the arts programs at Saint Mary through the Walkathon, you may do so year round.
Online: To make a secure donation to support our students’ Art, Music and Language Studies Programs, please click here.
Mail: Donations may also be made payable to St. Mary Interparochial School and mailed to St. Mary Interparochial School, Fifth and Locust Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19106 .