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St Peter The Apostle School5
Posted March 12, 2014
- a parent
St. Peter's the Apostle has committed teachers who recognize the differences of each child. Safety and academics are the strengths of the school. In addition, the small classes allow for each child to achieve the most well deserved education in a positive christian atmosphere in this ever changing society.
My children have attended SPS for 7 years. And in that time St. Peter's has helped build a wonderful foundation both in academics and faith. My son has moved on to high school and is doing well academically and socially. My daughter has the advantage of taking 2 9th grade courses and is on the A/B honor roll. We have been truly blessed to have wonderful and caring teachers and administration. My husband and I feel we have made the right decisions when it came to our children's education. We love SPS!
This is our first year at SPS and my wife and I believe we have made the best choice in choosing SPS for our daughters education. She absolutely adores her PreK teachers and their curriculum is wonderful. There is a small class size which is very beneficial to all students; especially in PreK. I stronly recommend SPS to all families and look forward to many more years to come.
We have attended 7 years and the school has lost its charm. The leadership at St. Peter's is poor. The principal falls short on professionalism and has no vision for the school. We planned to move to another catholic school, but due to St. Peter s low academic standards, our children were not able to pass the entrance exams at the other catholic schools. Although our children were not able to pass the exams they were able to continuously make the A/B honor roll at St. Peter s. Teachers are great and very caring, but the leadership prevents them from pushing their students to reach the next level. The principal should be held accountable for the low standards of academics, but doesn t seem to answer to anyone. With strong leadership, Saint Peter s can be a great school once again.