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The MSM Science Department held STEM day for middle school students from our feeder schools this week! Students participated in hands-on science experiments, made robots, worked with fingerprinting and so much more! We had a blast and are excited for this to be an annual ROCKET event for our middle school friends!

Rocket Pride!

We are very proud to share that Sarah Tooley won the Texas Oklahoma Kiwanis Foundation Mary Cowett Award and Scholarship at the Key Club convention last week.

This distinguished award is based on character, leadership, grades, and successful management of the 15 statewide key clubs that Sarah worked with last year. It's the top award for the district, and only one recipient is honored.

Congratulations, Sarah! Rocket Pride!

Former Rocket parent and current University of Oklahoma Athletic Director, Mr. Joe Castiglione, spoke to the Mount juniors and seniors this week as part of MSM's Distinguished Speakers Series! Mr. Castoglione spoke to our students about having personal morals and always doing what is right, not what is popular.

A big ROCKET "THANK YOU" to Mr. Castiglione for taking the time to invest in our ROCKETS!

OSSAA State Instrumental & Vocal Small Group Results:

Chrissa Gungoll: I (Trumpet)

Maria Nolan: I (Cello)

Calliope Staudt: I (Soprano)

Hannelore Clayton: II (Violin)

Madeleine Gallavan: II (Soprano)

String Ensemble: II

Last state competition for the music department is Tuesday, April 24th for our Jazz Ensemble. The competition will be held at Tulsa Community College.

Good Luck, ROCKETS!!

A BIG THANK YOU to MSM Student Council for their efforts to plan and organize a HUGE week this past week......ACTS Week! ACTS or "Assisting charities through giving" week is hosted by MSM Student Council and involves every student, team, teacher and group on campus! This years proceeds are going to cancer research at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation in honor of all Rockets who have been affected by cancer. Our students have been raising money all week through various activities and finished the week with the dare assembly today!

We are extremely proud to announce that our MSM Student Body together has raised (SEE BELOW!!) in just one week! We can't wait to plan an even bigger and better ACTS week next year!

Your final chance to donate to ACTS week is now! Click here to donate!


Rocket Reminder...

Join MSM staff members for Pre-AP & AP Parent Night at MSM on April 11th or 18th at 6:00 pm.

The purpose of this meeting is to inform students and parents about the expectations for students in AP courses, the difference between college-prep courses and AP courses, and the benefits of the courses and accompanying exams.

You won't want to miss out on this informative evening that will benefit your student's future!

It is expected that all MSM parents and students attend one of the above meetings.

Questions? Contact Mr. David Roberts at today!

Rocket Pride!

Rocket Reminder...

Join MSM staff members for Pre-AP & AP Parent Night at MSM on April 11th or 18th at 6:00 pm.

The purpose of this meeting is to inform students and parents about the expectations for students in AP courses, the difference between college-prep courses and AP courses, and the benefits of the courses and accompanying exams.

You won't want to miss out on this informative evening that will benefit your student's future!

It is expected that all MSM parents and students attend one of the above meetings.

Questions? Contact Mr. David Roberts at today!

Rocket Pride!

  • Congratulations to ROCKET Basketball members who were named to the North Canadian River All -Conference Team!
    • Kennedy Allison, Mattie Rischard, Stephon Hall & Cedric Rollerson
    • Honorable Mention: Carmen Kinsey, Mikayla Young & Jack Harstad


Rocket senior J. Michael Bond participated in the U.S. Youth Senate program recently in Washington D.C.! During his trip J. Michael visited the Supreme Court, Congress, Senate and listened to many speak on current issues. J. Michael also personally meet with our own Senators, Jim Inhofe and James Lankford. Additionally, he visited the White House and met with the President, Vice-President, and First Lady!

"My favorite aspect about the trip was connecting and making friends with the 103 delegates from all 50 states, D.C. and two more countries. There wasn't a night that we went to sleep earlier than 3 o'clock AM, as we were too busy passionately discussing politics. The friends and connections I've made during this week are lifelong. Congressman John Lewis said to me, "be fearless in what lights your heart on fire" and I have never been more excited be afire", said J. Michael Bond.

This morning at 10:00 am in solidarity with our other Mercy schools, Mount St. Mary Catholic High School prayed together in reflection over the P.A. in honor of the victims and survivors of not only Marjory Stoneman High School, but all victims of gun violence. Below is the prayer we prayed together as a Mount family...

Prayer for Peace
by Sister Pat Kenny, RSM
Loving God, you inspire us with love for all persons
and concern for the well-being of all creation.
Give us today the strength and courage
to transform the compassion of our hearts
into acts of peace, mercy, and justice.
Forgive us for desires for vengeance and retaliation.

Help us to renounce all forms of violence:
prejudice, unfair allegations, intolerance, and injury.
Give us the courage to resist
all actions that threaten the lives and livelihoods of innocent people.
Empower us to live out the caring presence
of the merciful and generous persons we claim to be.
Make us channels of your peace, bearers of healing,
women and men who hear and respond with alacrity
to pleas for justice in our world.
We ask all this in the name of Jesus
Who came among us to show us the way

The Instrumental Music Ensemble and Vocal Music Ensemble participated at the OSSAA Small Group Regional Competition recently! For the second consecutive year the String Ensemble Qualified for State. Hannelore Clayton, Maddie Gallavan, Chrissa Gungoll, Matt Maloy, Maria Nolan, and Calliope Staudt qualified for state as soloists while the Men's Choir, Micah DeHart, Hannah James, and Tony Leon earned 2nds.


The Rocket Track team participated in the Norman Invitational on Saturday, a OSSAA Class 6A meet! Coach Clifton said the team significantly improved from last week's meet and had several top 10 performances with over 1,000 student-athletes participating. A notable performance was Yesi Quinonez, who broke her own school record in the 300 Hurdles.

Rocket Track will compete again at Taft Stadium THIS Thursday!

Rocket Pride!!

Join the MSM community for a night of Rocket Baseball at The Bricktown Ballpark tomorrow, March 13, 2018!

See you at the ball park! Go Rockets!

Rocket Boys Basketball had an incredible run in the OSSAA Class 3A tournament!

The Rockets kicked-off their state run by winning the title of Regional Champions over Vian High School. After that, they claimed their ticket to the OSSAA State Tournament by claiming the title of Area Runner-Up.

In the first round of the state playoffs, Rocket Basketball took the win over Hennessey High School to advance to the second round. The Rockets then fell to Star Spencer High School in the second round, who were eventually crowned the OSSAA Class 3A State Champions.

Congratulations to MSM senior, Stephon Hall on being named to the Class 3A State All Tournament Team!

Congratulations to Rocket Boys Basketball on a wonderful season!

Thank YOU Rocket nation for your amazing support!


Rocket Boys Basketball WINS and ADVANCES!

Thank you for your support today at Mustang... let's do it again tomorrow!

Tomorrow is a white out again.. wear your "finish strong" shirts! Our team plays tomorrow, 9:00am at State Fair Arena in OKC, also known as "The Big House"! Spirit Busses for students leave at 8:00 am from MSM!

Friday, March 9 will be a "Cyber Day" for all MSM students. Students should login and complete their attendance assignments per the instructions sent out this week from Mrs. Faires. Please click the link below for further MSM Cyber Day details.

Click here for MSM Cyber Day details.


Team Rocket went to the 61-team Dallas FIRST Robotics Competition Regional at Irving Convention Center last weekend to get some experience against some of the top teams in the world, and made it all the way to the finals!

Our alliance partners in the playoffs were the RoboChargers (Emmett J Conrad HS, Dallas) and All Sparks (Jesuit High School, Dallas), who are both really great teams. In the finals, Team Rocket lost to the powerhouse alliance of former world champions the Robonauts (NASA / Johnson Space Center, League City, TX), RoboWranglers (Greenville, TX), and TexPlosion (Manor, TX).

The FRC game this year is called Power Up, where two teams of three robots each battle for control of a basketball court sized game arena (the game is explained in this video:

FRC events are broadcast world-wide on Twitch, and Team Rocket's matches can be re-watched here:

With their match schedule and event results here:

Up next....Team Rocket competes at the Alamo Regional in San Antonio, TX on April 4-7.

Rocket Pride!

MSM students are encouraged to attend Rocket Basketball STATE playoff games this week!

-Thursday, March 8, MSM will end the school day at 12:40. The spirit bus will leave from the gym parking lot at 1:00 pm. ROCKET students will cheer on the boys basketball STATE game at 2:00. When the game is finished, students will load the busses and return to MSM!

-WHEN we win on Thursday, we will play again on Friday, 9:00am at the State Fair Arena in OKC! the Spirit Bus will leave from MSM around 8:00am.

-WHEN we win on Friday, we will play again in the STATE FINALS on Saturday, 10:30am at the State Fair Arena in OKC.

For a student to ride a spirit bus, they MUST have signed up previous to departure in the main office and turned in a permission to ride form.

Click here for an MSM permission to ride form

TAKE STATE!! Rocket Pride!

Congratulations to Jack Wagner on signing a letter of intent to play tennis at Kenyon College!

Jack finished as the OSSAA State Champion his freshmen and sophomore years and third place his junior year. Overall, his high school record is 75-6.

Keep up with Jack and the MSM Tennis Program MSM Tennis this spring!

Rocket Pride!

Have you heard? Rocket Boys Basketball is STATE BOUND!

Join us this Thursday, 2:00 at Mustang High School to cheer on Rocket Basketball! Our team needs a WIN to advance and we need YOUR help!

This game is a white out! See you at Mustang!


The Rocket Boys Choir received a wonderful visit by Patti Drennan, the composer of the piece they will be performing this weekend at regionals! Support MSM Boys Choir this weekend!

Details are...
-Large Group (VME and Treble Choir) is on Thursday at Mustang High School
- Small Group (Men's Choir and Soloists) is on Saturday at SNU
- Small Group (Soloists and String Ensemble) is also on Saturday at Mustang High School

Good luck! Rocket Pride!!

Congratulations to MSM senior, J. Michael Bond, on winning first place in the statewide Oklahoma Bar Association Law Day Contest for Twelfth Grade Art!

J Michael Bond will be recognized at a ceremony Tuesday, March 27, in the Oklahoma Judicial Center, part of the Oklahoma State Capitol Complex.

Chief Justice Douglas Combs, the highest-ranking legal official in Oklahoma, will present the award!

Way to go, J Michael! Rocket PRIDE!

Rocket Boys Basketball captured a Regional Championship title last night over Vian High School!

Rocket Girls Basketball finished as the Regional Runner-Up to Prague High School!

Next up.. Area Playoffs!

Area playoffs begin Thursday, March 1 at Checotah High School.

On Thursday, the MSM Spirit Bus for students will leave MSM at 11:00 am. Students must sign up and bring a permission to ride form to school Thursday morning to attend!

MSM Girls play Thursday at 1:30 pm vs. Heavner High School

MSM Boys play Friday at 8:00 pm vs. Hugo High School

Let's Go Rockets! TAKE AREA!!

Join us for Rocket Basketball Regional FINALS tonight at Prague High School!

Help us cheer on our ROCKETS on their journey to STATE!

Rocket Pride!!

"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!!

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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