The Club San Patricio was formed in 2003 to bring together Spanish-speaking families and friends at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School interested in preserving and celebrating their language and cultural traditions. Over the years, some of the fun we have had at our events included folding colorful tissue paper into marigolds to celebrate the Mexican Dia de los Muertos, cracking open a piñata full of treats, enjoying sweet churros and chocolate caliente on the school playground, and eating a delicious Corona de Reyes to celebrate the arrival of the Three Kings on Epiphany. During one of our playdates on the school playground, we are not sure who had more fun – the children or the parents. While the events are organized by Latin American and Spanish parents, all St. Patrick’s families are welcome.
Culture, Creed, and Community (commonly known as C3) brings together black students, allowing them a safe space to celebrate, support and affirm their identity and experience at St. Patrick's.
The Parents of Black Students (PBSA) is a group established to further build community at St. Patrick's. The PBSA meets throughout the year to support families with black students. The PBSA sponsors events each school year that the entire St. Patrick's community is welcome to join.