PROSPECTIVE FAMILIES: Please email Admissions or complete an inquiry form to schedule your campus tour and learn about St. Peter’s School. We are currently accepting applications for the ’19 – ’20 school year.
Did you know? This year, our Upper School students will participate in our brand new SPARC Program. The course, which focuses on the art of Speech, Presentation, Acting, Rhetoric, and Communication, is designed to provide students with the tools and experience needed to grow as public speakers. Below are some examples of public speaking opportunities offered to our US students that will be enhanced by SPARC:
June 10th, 2019
Plan ahead with the calendar for next school year!
This calendar includes important information including vacation and days off from school, school-wide events, Parent/Teacher Conferences, declamations, music recitals and more.
June 7th, 2019
We are so proud of our Graduates as they prepare to enter their Secondary Schools in the fall. We will miss you dearly, and are so excited for you to start this next chapter of your lives. KEEP IN TOUCH!
Cindy Bui – Science Leadership Academy
Jenny Bui – Science Leadership Academy
Aidan Cusack – Germantown Friends School
Silas Grasse – St. Andrew’s
Max Hofmann – Westtown School
Sepp Kohler – CAPA
Olivia Lavino – Friends’ Central School
Brandon Le – Church Farm School
Samuel Miller – Germantown Friends School
Harry Murphy – St. Andrew’s
Lily Murphy – St. Andrew’s
Rafa Rosa – Friends’ Central School
Jiasheng Shi – Germantown Friends School
May 31st, 2019
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2019 FOR THEIR THIRD CONSECUTIVE WIN!
Battle of the Bands is one of the most exciting end of year events at St. Peter’s School. Picture a middle school rock concert with faculty judges. Leading up to this assembly, each Upper School Grade chooses a song to perform, rehearses as a group, and promotes through creating concert posters that they hang throughout the school. One of the most memorable performances came from the current Eighth Grade students when they were in the Sixth Grade and surprised the audience with an unexpected twist. The students typically choose Rock, Pop, or R & B songs to perform but this particular year, they choose to sing “Under the Sea” from The Little Mermaid. They wowed the crowd and earned a much deserved win! The students have already started rehearsing for this year’s event which is sure to be another amazing show!
May 6th, 2019
We are excited to share the Spring 2019 edition of our bi-annual publication, The Independent. This edition includes a Spotlight of the Bui Sisters, Cindy ’19, Jenny ’19 and Carly ’29, an Alumni Spotlight of Quinten Staton, ’10 and a Faculty Spotlight of our School Counselor and LPC, Kate Childs. You will also find the School’s new Mission, Keys and Community Code, an overview of our City Curriculum, a recap of National History Day and Washington Carver Science Fair. Plus, read about the Girls on the Run program and some Fun Facts about our Upper School.
Click here to flip through on ISSUU. ENJOY!
April 26th, 2019
Step-Up Days are an opportunity for parents to meet with the Division Directors and your child’s teachers for the 2019 – 2020 school year to prepare for the transition to the next grade.
These Step-Up Days are for parents only and will be held in the Blum Library from 8:30 – 9:30 AM. Please contact Will Nord or Kate Seltzer with any questions.
Rising Third Grade – Friday, May 17
Rising Seventh Grade – Tuesday, May 14
Rising Eighth Grade – Thursday, May 16