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 ’18-’19 school year.
Join us for a Talk & Tour Tuesday this school year to learn more about student life, community, and opportunities at St. Peter’s School! Register for a Talk & Tour by emailing
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:
Caregivers and children ages 18 months and up are invited to join us for Storytime this school year! Sing songs, read stories, and make arts & crafts while connecting with other families in the Blum Library. Register for Storytime by emailing Admissions.
Check out the brand new SPS Music Blog for happenings and highlights posted by our Music Faculty!
March 19th, 2018
Congratulations to our Eighth Graders on their incredible success at National History Day! All of our students did a tremendous job creating these impressive projects and should be so proud of their hard work.
Among the awards won by SPS were:
– Anthony: First Place in Individual Exhibit Category
– Drew: First Place Paper Category
– Ava and Charlotte: First Place in Group Documentary
– Sahar: Second Place in Individual Exhibit Category
March 16th, 2018
Get ready to Party Like It’s 1985!
St. Peter’s School’s Blum Library received its last major renovation back in the totally rad 1980s. Thanks to the generosity of many donors, including the Blum Family, students were able to enjoy a brand new, cutting edge library for the time. This library has been a major hub for learning and growing at SPS ever since.
Here we are in 2018, and in this new age of constantly changing technology, we choose to honor the legacy of those who worked to create this special space for our students through our Library Renovation Project. Through funds raised during the Paddle Raise at our Auction, we will ensure our children have a updated library that will inspire a lifelong love of learning and books, as well as keep them on the cutting edge of technology so they can grow to be tomorrow’s success stories. So please join us in partying like it’s 1985 and help bring our library into 2018!
March 16th, 2018
We are thrilled to report that we not only met but exceeded our match goal of $10,000!
30 donors helped us raise $12,365 in just three weeks. A huge thank you to the parents, grandparents, faculty and staff who made this happen!
Please contact Clare Dych at email@example.com with any questions. To make your gift to the Annual Fund, visit st-peters-school.org/give or pick up a contribution envelope from the side table in the Parlor. We truly appreciate the support of our community.
March 7th, 2018
We recently received a $10,000 matching gift challenge from a generous donor, which means all gifts made from now through Friday, March 16th will be matched up to $10,000. As of today, we have raised just over $2,000 for our match with just 10 days to go. Help us make our match and make your gift to the Annual Fund today! Questions?
Contact Clare Dych, Director of Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org, Click Here to give online, or pick up a contribution envelope from the side table in the parlor.
March 2nd, 2018
Rube Goldberg (1883-1970) was a Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist best known for his zany invention cartoons. He was born in San Francisco on the 4th of July, 1883 – and graduated from U. Cal Berkeley with a degree in engineering. Every year, students at St. Peter’s School attempt to create a Rube Goldberg Project, in which students build devices to complete a simple task in a minimum of twenty steps in the style of American cartoonist Rube Goldberg.
Click Here to view the Class of 2018’s Rube Goldberg Project
March 2nd, 2018
“A positive attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events and outcomes. It is a catalyst and it sparks extraordinary results.” – Wade Boggs
Thank you to everyone who participated in our SPS Positivity Challenge in the month of February. Whether you danced like no one was watching, shared a compliment with a friend, or took time for reflection, know that you helped to make the world a more positive place. Friends and neighbors of the School were able to participate as well through the positivity note wall on our fence or through social media. Thank to the St. Peter’s School Social and Emotional Learning Committee for creating this wonderful challenge for our community. We hope that you take the lessons from this Positivity Month with you the rest of the year!