Step 2: Following your parent visit, please complete an online application.
Step 3: Submit a $60 application fee. Checks should be made payable to St. Peter’s School.
Step 4: Schedule your child’s school visit with an age-appropriate class or register your child for one of our Admissions Play Days.
Preschool and Prekindergarten Applicants will attend an Admissions Play Day on either December 9, January 12, or January 20. Preschool applicants must be potty trained and three years old by the start of the academic year at St. Peter’s School. Prekindergarten applicants must be four years old by the start of the academic year at St. Peter’s School.
Kindergarten Applicants will visit with our current Prekindergarten class during the school day from 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM and must be five years old by the start of the academic year.
First – Eighth Grade Applicants will participate in a full St. Peter’s school day from 8 AM – 3 PM and complete an in-house evaluation during their visit.
Step 5: (Prekindergarten – Eighth Grade applicants) Please request and submit a Teacher Recommendation Form from your child’s current teacher. Upon completion, teachers may mail or email recommendation forms to St. Peter’s School.
Step 6: (First – Eighth Grade applicants) Please use our Transcript Release Form to request that transcripts from your child’s prior two academic years be sent to St. Peter’s School. Attendance and standardized test results should be included in these records.
The Admissions Committee meets regularly to review completed files. Decision letters are mailed in January. Rolling admissions will continue throughout the spring. Upon acceptance, families must sign an enrollment agreement and submit a deposit for the following year.
If you are interested in Tuition Assistance and wish to be considered for a financial aid award, please complete our Tuition Assistance Forms. Financial Aid is offered to families of students entering Kindergarten through Eighth Grade.
For more information about Tuition Assistance, please visit: Affording the St. Peter’s School Difference.