The academic program at St. Peter’s School seeks to meet the needs of all students. Our program combines a rigorous, classic liberal arts education with a curriculum and programs that equip our students for any vocation, academic or career objective. At St. Peter’s every student is afforded a maximized opportunity to achieve their fullest potential.
More than 95% of graduating seniors continue their academic careers in college or university. Many students start that journey by participating in the College Credit Plus program, which allows students to earn college credits while still in high school.
St. Peter’s also gives students the opportunity to develop their own leadership and teamwork skills. Students have ample opportunity to participate in school organizations, service clubs, the arts, and athletics programs.
The Small School Advantage
As a pre-K-12 school, we believe that St. Peter’s students are part of one Spartan family. While a good portion of our students come through our primary grades, many join us as new students in seventh and ninth grades.
Students at St. Peter’s have a great advantage with low student-teacher ratios and a strong emphasis on individual and group instructions.
St. Peter’s High School assists students as they grow into mature and responsible Christians. The school organizes and implements activities that focus on spiritual values through:
Everything we do prioritizes cultivating our most important relationship: our relationship with our Lord.
Students must meet the following for graduation from St. Peter’s High School and Junior High. A total of 25 credits are required for graduation.
In addition to our rigorous core curriculum, St. Peter’s also offers a substantial number of electives including band, choir, art, sign language, Spanish, computer science, and more. We also regularly adjust and improve our course offerings. In the past two years, we have added courses in Advanced Physical Education, Creative Writing, Introduction to Computer Science, and AP Language and Composition.
Anatomy, Chemistry or Physics
|Social Studies (1)
Social Studies (2)
Social Studies (3) or AP American Government
Social Studies (4) or AP American History