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A culture of excellence...

At St. Peter’s, we are wholly dedicated to bringing out the greatness in every student. We will not sell any of our students short; we do it with love because we care about them and think highly of them. Our goal is that every student can achieve their ultimate success path.

Our assessments, along with many additional factors, including input from teachers and parents, help us shape and individualize coursework to meet each student where they need help while challenging those who excel and need to move at an accelerated pace. Because of our size, we can provide individual attention and pivot where needed quickly.

Academic Excellence

  • Every student is screened for our gifted and talented program using a CogAT (Cognitive Ability Test).
  • In-House CCP (College Credit Plus) and AP (Advanced Placement) classes offer additional academic rigor.
  • Students in K-8 complete MAP assessments several times a year in math, science, and language arts.
  • Students in grades 7-10 take the PreACT to help benchmark academic growth.
  • All Juniors take the ACT in-house annually.

Every Student is Known, Valued and Loved.

A place where your child is inspired to be their very best every day. A school that not only educates the mind but also feeds the soul.

Catholic schools are committed to a different type of education, one rooted in faith and inspired by Christ. Our mission is bigger than public schools, as we are not just working hard to get our students into college or solid careers, but we work even harder to get them into heaven. St. Peter’s School is wholly dedicated to forming students who are capable of making free and correct choices, not just for a day but for a lifetime.

Behavior Expectations and Character Development

  • Full-Time Emotional and Social Learning teacher.
  • New Theology curriculum to focus on students personal spiritual development.
  • Be A Spartan - Positive Behavior Intervention Support Program (PBIS)
  • New approach to classroom discipline including parent/student behavior contracts
  • Christian service program to help support the needs of our community.

Inspiring Greatness Every Day

Dear Prospective students and families,

St. Peter’s School is a special place where students are known, valued, and loved. We work to inspire our students’ inner greatness every day as they grow — from toddlers to teenagers.

Our academic programs challenge students to become independent thinkers and learners, showing them they have the tools to achieve greatness in school, college, and beyond. Our students have multiple opportunities to participate in athletics, the creative and performing arts, and faith formation.

We welcome students of all faith backgrounds! You do not have to be Catholic to attend St. Peter’s.

I hope you will experience St. Peter’s by scheduling a personal tour! Prospective students are always welcome to also shadow as a Spartan for a Day! Feel free to tour our website to learn more about our programs and student life.

Follow St. Peter’s on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Our social media channels are updated frequently and give you an inside look at what makes our Spartan family unique.

As a parent of fourth-generation Spartans, I’m always available to answer your questions. We look forward to welcoming your family to our Spartan family.

Sincerely,

Jason Crundwell ’95
Director of Institutional Advancement

2023 Enrollment Events

2023 Open House

Our annual school Open House allows prospective families to tour our school campus, meet our faculty and staff and see what makes St. Peter’s School community unique.

Spartan for a Day

Shadow Program

Our ‘Spartan for a Day’ program allows prospective students the opportunity to experience daily school life through a student’s perspective. During the visit, students attend classes, eat lunch and meet our faculty and staff. Shadow days are open to all students in grades K-11.

Shadow days are by appointment only, and we ask that parents/guardians schedule at least a week in advance. To schedule your shadow day, please complete the form below or contact Jason Crundwell at (419) 524-2572 x2125.

What should I wear?

Students should wear school-appropriate clothing. Dress slacks, dress shirt/polo are preferred. (shorts, mini-skirts, ripped pants/jeans, tank tops, etc. are not permitted.)

Is lunch provided?

Yes! Lunch is provided in the cafeteria. You can view the cafeteria menu ahead of your visit. Students can always pack their lunch as well.

Do we need to know a current student to shadow?

No. Your student will be paired with a Spartan Ambassador or current student in the same class who has similar interests. If you do know a current student and would like them to assist in the shadow day, we will do our best to accommodate your request. All visits need to be scheduled in advance.

Please complete the following form, and we will contact you about scheduling a campus tour or shadow day and meeting with our admissions team.

Register for a Campus Visit or Shadow Day