My daughter just finished her freshman year at Sts. Peter and Paul High School, and she had a great year. This school has a wonderful family atmosphere and works on creating a cohesive service oriented community. The academics are college prep and challenging. The teachers are fair and genuinely care about the students. In addition to the commitment of the teachers, what has most impressed me about he school is the students. They are involved, happy, motivated and honestly just great kids. The graduates go on to great colleges. For a small school there are an amazing number of sports teams that do very well and many other activities. All in all we are extremely happy with our choice of St. Peter and Paul High School.
SSPP is an excellent school. A difficult curriculum that gets your child ready for college. Over 98% of the graduates go on to a four-year college and get a degree! The statistics are available to prove it. A fantastic school,
This school is amazing. From the qualified teaching staff to the variety of academic programs I could not be happier. Not to mention the down to earth and friendly atmosphere. this is truly a great school and yes, we're small, but we are so close. I know everyone in my school and I can talk to any of them. I love this school so much
I attended SSPP from 1st grade through 10th grade. I believe that the teachers are all very nice and invested in the students; however, I transfered to Easton High School for 11th and 12th grade because the AP courses at SSPP do not even come close to preparing you to take the AP tests. SSPPs average scores on AP tests are a 1 or a 2, whereas EHS scores are 4s or 5s. Also, there are so many more options at EHS that are not available at SSPP. I was at the top of my class at SSPP and was learning practically nothing. SSPP cannot challenge students who wish to excel and cannot offer the type of education necessary to prepare students for college.