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 don’t forget to register for our Open House on Saturday, October 15th.

CURRENT FAMILIES: This school year, SPS is excited to offer families a one-time payment of $800 for ALL Extended Day Care. This 55% discount is valid if paid in full by Friday, September 30. Please visit Extended Day Programs and contact Bryan Kerr, Directory of Auxiliary Programs at bkerr@st-peters-school.org for more information.

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Art Room Renovation Complete

September 27th, 2016

Our students are incredibly ecstatic to have classes in their renovated art room starting today! Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2016 Auction that helped finance this amazing updated and safer space for our students! To see this new space, be sure to schedule a visit to St. Peter’s School Click Here

St. Peter’s School Admissions Open House

September 15th, 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

5th and 6th Grade Trip to Echo Hill

September 15th, 2016

The Fifth and Sixth Grade students enjoyed three beautiful days at Echo Hill Outdoor School in Worton, MD. The students slept in tents, ate at the “Whip,” and weighed the “Stuff Left on Plates” (SLOP) after each meal. Classes during the day took the kids on a swamp walk and to Mother Muck (a large mud filled pit where it was challenging to stay clean and move through quickly!). They practiced their American Ninja Warrior skills at Pathfinder, a large adventure climbing structure designed to challenge each student to their fullest. The group took part in a town hall meeting about the importance of preservation and conservationism through the unique story of Dr. Suess’s The Lorax. Games of tetherball and knockout were balanced with night hikes and survival skills on the beach. Each student experienced nature, gained new insight into their own comfort zone, and met new friends from the other schools attending Echo Hill while we were there.