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"A Dinner for Don Bosco" has been cancelled for tonight. Please stay tuned for future dates for this special project! Read more about this project on our website under giving!

Regional Basketball games have been moved from Thursday, February 22 to tomorrow, Friday, February 23. Game times will remain the same. MSM will play at 6:30 and 8:00 pm.

Rocket Pride!

MSM will be closed on Thursday, February 22 due to current road and weather conditions.

Stay safe! Rocket Pride!

MSM will be closed on Wednesday, February 21 due to current road and weather conditions.

Stay safe! Rocket Pride!

MSM cancellations for Tuesday, February 20, 2017:

-Incoming 9th grade enrollment has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 27, 3:30 - 6:00 pm
-Baseball scrimmages have been cancelled
-Soccer games have been cancelled
-MSM Speaker Series scheduled for 1:00 will be rescheduled

Stay safe! Go Rockets

Rocket Basketball finished the District Playoffs with big wins over Crooked Oak! Up next, OSSAA Regional Playoffs!

MSM is set to host day one of regional play. Friday and Saturday games will be hosted at Prague High School.

Thursday, February 22 game times:

1:30 pm Jones vs. Crooked Oak Girls

3:00 pm Jones vs. Crooked Oak Boys

6:30 pm MSM vs. Kellyville Girls

8:00 pm MSM vs. Kellyville Boys

For MSM....

When MSM teams WIN on Thursday, they will play Saturday at 6:30 pm & 8:00 pm at Prague in the regional championship.

If MSM teams lose on Thursday, they will play Friday at 6:30 pm & 8:00 pm at Prague.

Then, WHEN MSM teams win on Friday, they will play Saturday at 1:30 pm & 3:00 pm in the consolation bracket championship.

Overall champion, runner-up and consolation bracket champions advance to OSSAA AREA!

Check social media for daily updates beginning on Thursday!

Go Rocket Basketball.. TAKE STATE!!

It was a great day at the FIRST Tech Challenge State Championship for the MSM Robotics Teams! MSM was the only school with three teams representing among the 40 who qualified for the championship, and they did well as they worked hard throughout the two-day event!

The Rockettes (4962) made it all the way to the state semifinals with their robot before losing a heartbreaker against the eventual state champions. They also won the Motivate award for their outstanding community outreach efforts! They were named an alternate for advancement to the South Super Regional in Georgia. Both Makin' Stuff Move (4266) and Atomic Shock (3638) were on the cusp of making the playoff rounds and put in great efforts.

Zack Tyler and Bria Smith were named Oklahoma's two "Dean's List Finalists!" This is the highest individual award in FIRST Robotics (named for FIRST founder Dean Kamen). Zack and Bria will attend and be recognized at the FIRST World Championship in Houston in April. Erick Lassiter and Chrissa Gungoll were both semifinalists for this award as well. We have some amazing students at MSM! Congratulations to all our teams on a great FTC Season!

Next up for The Mount's combined FIRST Robotics Competition team (Team Rocket): They have to finish a 120-lb robot by Tuesday, and them compete at multi-day events in Dallas and San Antonio in March and April!

Way to go, Rocket Robotics! Rocket Pride!!

ROCKET Robotics competes at the Oklahoma State Robotics Tournament TOMORROW, Saturday, February 17! The event is held at the Student Wellness Center on the SWOSU Campus in Weatherford, Oklahoma. The address is: 200-298 W. Dave Ave, Weatherford, OK If you can't make it out to SWOSU, you can watch LIVE, online!

Click here to watch!

Go Rocket Robotics.. TAKE STATE!

Support Rocket Swim at STATE!

The MSM Rocket Swim Team will compete in the STATE meet Friday, February 16 (pre-lims) and Saturday February 17 (finals at 10:00 am) at Mitch Park in Edmond, Oklahoma!

Wear your BLUE and cheer on our swimmers to a state title!

TAKE STATE! Rocket Pride!

Support Rocket Basketball as they host District Playoffs this Saturday, February 17 at MSM!

The girls take the floor at 6:30 pm and the boys will follow at 8:00 pm.

Regional playoffs will follow, beginning on February 22. Details to come after District Playoffs.


At Mount St. Mary Catholic High School we always encourage our staff and students to put "Mercy into Action".

At MSM, Mercy is simply a way of life! Mrs. Beth Rempe is one of our MSM math teachers. Together, Mrs. Rempe and her husband, Brent Rempe, have initiated the project "Rehema Na Vitendo" which means Mercy in Action! in Swahili. Please watch the video below to learn about the project! Ready to learn even more? Join the Rempes for "An Evening for Don Bosco" on February 22!

Click here to learn more about this fun evening!

The MSM ROCKET Freshman Class spent its class service day serving at Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma! Here is what they accomplished:

-Sorted 22,265 pounds of food

-Packed 18,554 meals

-Performed 2 hours of our work which would feed the Chesapeake arena and then some!

Way to live MERCY, Rockets! Rocket Pride!

The MSM Sophomore Class spent their Sophomore Service Day at the Regional Food Bank on February 9!

Our ROCKETS packaged over 24,000 pounds of food which provides 20,019 meals!

Thank you, ROCKETS, for serving and living Mercy!

Mr. Ignacio Ruiz's Computer Applications class recently participated in a project involving the book Supergirls and Halos. Our ROCKET students created a brochure to be based on a chapter of the book, and the author of the book HERSELF selected the winner! The winning students received a personally autographed copy of the book. The winners were Ethan O'Connor, Elaizah Asuncion, and Alex Palmer. Congratulations, Students!

In the picture below (from left) - Elaizah, Maria Morera Johnson (the writer via Skype), Ethan and, Mrs. DeNegri.

Join the MSM community for home basketball and senior night celebrations!

We will honor the senior athlete and families of basketball, cheer, robotics and bowling!

Weatherford has to cancel the JV BOYS game tonight due to illness.

5:00 - JV Girls

6:30 - Varsity Girls

Senior Night activities

8:00 - Varsity Boys


Congratulations to MSM senior Maddie Smith on being selected as a 2018 National Honorable

Mention (NHM) recipient of The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing!

The NCWIT had over 3,600 applications for the 2018 Aspirations Award.

Maddie is in her fourth year as a member of the award winning MSM Robotics team.

Congratulations, Maddie! Your Rocket family is PROUD of you!

The 9th grade girls and boys basketball games tonight will be played at the Harrah Middle School located just north of the Harrah football field.

The girls game will tip off at 5:3 with boys to follow.

Rocket Pride!

The MSM Rocket freshman class spent their class service day serving at Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma! Here is what they accomplished:

-Sorted 22,265 pounds of food
-Packed 18,554 meals
-Performed 2 hours of our work which would feed the Chesapeake arena and then some!

They finished the day with a tour of the facility and a hunger simulation!

Way to live MERCY, Rockets!
Rocket Pride!

On day two of National Catholic Schools Week... help us celebrate our amazing STUDENTS! We think we have some of the BEST students! Enjoy the below video and facts about our ROCKETS! Rocket Pride!

-95% of our ROCKETS are regularly participate in extracurricular activities.
-ALL of our ROCKETS give back to our community through their classes, clubs and teams.
-The 94 member MSM Class of 2017 earned over $3.8 million in college scholarships.
-Since 2015, 67% of MSM students that sit for the AP tests received a score of 3 of higher. The Oklahoma pass rate is 51%.

Catholic Schools Week at MSM Student Video (Click Here)

It's National Catholic Schools Week! Celebrate with us!

Today's theme is "Celebrating Your Community".

The benefits of a Catholic education have been studied and well documented. Results show that students who attend Catholic school receive a challenging, high-quality academic experience in a supportive enviroment, with an emphasis on Catholic values and college preperation. The self-discipline developed by students, along with learning to accept responsibility and to respect others, work together to create excellent life-long learners.

A central aspect of Catholic education is learning the importance of service to others. When students take part in service activities- both local and beyond- they demonstrate the values and faith they gain through their Catholic education and learn how to make the world a better place. When they observe how others serve the community, they gain an appreciation for how they can continue to serve others their entire lives.

We at MSM are truly thankful for the SERVICE our Mount students offer to our community far and wide... from sending packages to military troops across the world, to providing assistance to Catholic Charities, YOU, our ROCKETS are the face of Mercy & Service!

Below, enjoy a quick video showing the faces of our MSM community!

Happy Catholic Schools Week! ROCKET PRIDE!!

Join the Rocket community for basketball this season!

We are asking that all of our Rocket fans sit on the east side (formerly the visitors side) starting tonight through the rest of this season to cheer on our Rockets! We can enjoy our beautiful new scorers table from this side and help our team SEE our support for them.

Rocket Pride!

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Mount St. Mary Catholic High School is a day of reflection and action.

Rocket classes were in session on this historic day. Martin Luther King, Jr. was discussed in Rocket classrooms and students were offered the opportunity to participate in Martin Luther King, Jr. Day activities throughout the OKC metro.

Over 75 MSM students attended the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day opening ceremonies at the Freedom Center, participated in the Freedom Walk, listened to several state politicians and NAACP representatives, and finished the day watching the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade.

"Participating in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day activities with my classmates by my side was a great experience! It was so neat to see all different people from all backgrounds come together," said Miranda Blakley, MSM freshman.

Click the link below to view an article on our Rocket students participating in the MLK Day events!

Mount St. Mary is so proud of our Rocket students and staff!

Rocket Pride!

Support Rocket Basketball in the Purcell Tournament this weekend January 18-20!

To start the tournament our Rocket girls play at 1:10 pm and our Rocket boys play at 11:50 am.

See you in Purcell! Rocket Pride!

Hoops 4 Hope 2018 hosted by Bishop Kelley was a success!

All donations raised from the annual event benefit Catholic Charities.

The Rocket game outcomes were:


MSM 43 - Cascia 42

MSM 52 - BIshop Kelley 37


MSM 83 - Cascia 46

MSM 63 - Bishop Kelley 73

Rocket Pride!

It was a great weekend for MSM FIRST Tech Challenge robotics teams at the Newcastle qualifying tournament!

The results are as follows for each ROCKET team...

Team 4962 Rockettes:

  • Champion alliance (teamed with Bridge Creek Robocats)
  • Set the state record high score, and then beat their own record (w/ Bridge Creek)
  • Second Place Inspire (highest judged award)
  • Think Award (for their engineering design process)
  • Finalists in most other award categories

Team 4266 Making' Stuff Move:

  • playoff semifinalists (teamed with MSM Atomic Shock)
  • Innovate Award ("most innovative and creative robot design")

Team 3638 Atomic Shock:

  • Playoff semifinalists (teamed with MSM Makin' Stuff Move)
  • Second seed in qualifying matches

All three teams are qualified for the State Tournament at SWOSU in Weatherford on Feb 16-17!

Rocket Pride!!

Join the MSM community for the Mercy Girls 5k run this spring! This year the fun event will begin at The Wheeler District and has the option of a one mile fun run or a 5k!

Click for more information!

Thank you for your support!

There is just ONE day left to get your early application in to claim your seat in the MSM Class of 2022!

The deadline is tomorrow, January 10 at 3:00 pm.

Questions? Call Mary Jekel at (405) 631-8865 now!

Read about the MSM Early Application HERE!

Rocket Pride!

MSM is very excited to continue the tradition of our basketball teams uniting together with our other Catholic high schools' teams in Oklahoma for the sake of Catholic Charities. This annual event is Hoops 4 Hope! This year all games will be hosted at Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa.

Below is the basketball schedule:

Friday - January 12

8:30-10 a.m.- Catholic Schools Summit (Library Meeting Room)

10:30-11:30- Mass in the De La Salle Chapel

11:45-12 p.m.- Picture with donated items for Catholic Charities (Teams, Coaches, Admin)

12:00-1 p.m.- Lunch in the Student Commons

2:00 p.m.- CH vs. MSM (Girls)

4:00 p.m.- CH vs. MSM (Boys)

6:00 p.m.- BK vs McG (Girls)

8:00 p.m.- BK vs McG (Boys)

Saturday - January 13

9 a.m.- Gym Opens

11 a.m.- CH vs McG (Girls)

12:30- CH vs McG (Boys)

2 p.m.-BK vs MSM (Girls)

3:30 p.m.- BK vs MSM (Boys)

Each year MSM brings a truck load of donations for Catholic Charities to the Hoops 4 Hope opening ceremonies. We are always so proud of the amount of items our school community donates to each year, and we want this year to be no different! In order to make this happen, we need your help. This year we are having a competition between the girls and boys of MSM! All MSM students are asked to bring the following by Thursday, January 11.

BOYS: Hygiene items: Bath Soap, Shampoo, Deodorant, Toothpaste and brushes, etc.

GIRLS: Baby Products: Diapers (sizes 1-6), Pullups (sizes 2T-5T), Baby wipes, Baby shampoo, etc.

Thank you for your support of Hoops 4 Hope 2018!

Rocket Pride!

Attention all ROCKET STUDENTS:

Thursday and Friday, January 4 and 5, will be a FREE JEANS DAY for all MSM students!

ONLY jeans and an MSM spirit shirt/hoodie or normal uniform dress will be accepted!

No leggings, shorts or sweats will be accepted.

Rocket Pride!

Mercy Moment...

In Mr. Sine's religion class, our Rocket freshmen have been learning about the three pillars of Advent; Prayer, Penance, and Alms Giving. Mr. Sine asked every freshman to donate a dollar to the City Rescue Mission to help provide a holiday meal. Mr. Sine's class collected $198.79 which will feed 113 people a holiday season meal. What a great example of living out our MSM Mercy Values!

Way to go Rocket freshmen!


Mount St. Mary Catholic High School
2801 S Shartel Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73109
(405) 631-8865
A Catholic Mercy School in Oklahoma City serving Grades 9-12
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