PROSPECTIVE FAMILIES: We are now accepting applications for Preschool (age three) through Eighth Grade for Fall 2017. You can also request information by completing an inquiry form and emailing our Admissions Team to schedule a private campus tour: lmiller@st-peters-school.org.

CURRENT FAMILIES: Show your love for SPS by completing the Hipster Henry Annual School Survey by Friday, October 21st: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3080555/Annual-Hipster-Henry-School-Survey-2016-2017

DID YOU KNOW? This year, SPS Upper School students will participate in yearlong Independent Studies guided by faculty and community members. Some of the topics selected by our Fifth through Eighth Graders include:

  • Making a hybrid plant
  • Studying diseases of the 14th – 16th centuries
  • Designing a Chrome extension
  • Researching the effects of lead on children’s brains
  • Opening a sports franchise
  • Learning how to speak Turkish
  • Training a bonsai tree
  • Writing and recording an original song and video

WHY A PS-8TH GRADE SCHOOL? According to NPR, it helps to be a top dog.


First Cross Country Invitational

October 20th, 2016

The St. Peter’s Cross Country team traveled to Fairmount Park to take on runners from Friends Select, Friends School Haverford and Phil-Mont Christian. The warm weather did not hinder the team who earned 7 of the top 14 and 11 of the top 20 places. Our top three runners, 6th graders Silas Grasse and Harry Murphy and 5th grader Jack Sullivan, set the pace and worked hard only to be outlasted in the second half of the race. The team rallied around each runner and supported all runners en route to the first every team cross country invitational meet. The team is looking ahead to Saturday and their final race at Belmont Plateau before the team joins community members in the Alex’s Lemonade Lemon Run in November.

St. Peter’s School Admissions Open House

October 6th, 2016

Join us for our Fall Admissions Open House! Families interested in the 2017-2018 academic year are invited to attend our Open House on Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 1 – 3 PM. Come and tour our campus, learn about programs, and meet faculty.

Click Here to register for our Open House

Harvest Festival 2016

October 6th, 2016

Our Annual Harvest Festival will be held on Friday, October 21st from 3:00-5:30 PM at 319 Lombard Street. This great event is a favorite of our students featuring bounce houses, a face painter, music, carnival games, great food and drink, a baking contest, fun prizes and more! All are welcome at this great community event.