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PK-8|Private
220 students
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We recently started our second year at St. Peter School and now have two children enrolled in PreK and 1st grade. Both of our girls absolutely love the school community, their teachers and the activities. They have made good friends and enjoy the academic and social programs. As parents, we value the sense of community at the school and the blend of academic, social and religious teachings.

Effective school leaders: Strongly agree


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Principal Ketchum is an effective leader and does a great job of getting the parents involved through volunteer hours and board service.


Develops character: Strongly agree


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The school emphasizes values and the older students lead by example and interact with the younger students through safety patrols, student families, weekly mass and afterschool activities.

Amount of homework: Strongly agree


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Homework assignments begin in 1st grade. We feel it is a good balance with an achievable workload. It is preparing our daughter to have a disciplined approach to homework by starting it early with a manageable amount.



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Our first years at St. Peter School have been great. I am delighted to see my child sounding out letters and words on the way to becoming a proficient reader at a young age. We are practicing Catholics and I also enjoy hearing my child come home with explanations and stories about our faith. My child has established some really great friendships, and our family has developed a network of friends throughout the school. The St. Peter school community is very strong and supportive and an important aspect in our family's decision to have chosen St. Peter School.




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we came in 7th grade and the school was most welcoming. Great Principal, Teachers are hands on. Dedicated staff. Very nurturing.

Teacher effectiveness: Strongly agree


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very involved with the students and go beyond. I certainly understand why St. Peters School won the Blue Ribbon School in 2013



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Our first year at St. Peter School has exceeded expectations. We knew going into the year that St. Peter School has a great academic reputation; what we did not know is how much of a community it is. We have been struck by the fact that the older students at the school interact with the younger students and really get to know them. It is reassuring to walk down the hallway with our daughter (in pre-K) and have so many 4th, 5th and 6th graders say hello to her, by name. Thanks to the great teachers and staff, our daughter has grown from a shy little girl that stressed about leaving mommy and daddy to a confident little girl that is eager to go to school every day, learn new things, and socialize with her friends. Thanks to our daughter s great teachers, she is excited about learning, and is constantly coming home with new concepts and experiences. Special programs, such as the Virtue of the Month, and community service activities, have enhanced our daughter s awareness with regards to how we should treat others and help those in need. We are excited to be at a school that has such strong values, and we feel good every day about sending our daughter to St. Peter School.




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Our son is thriving in preK. He wakes up excited to go to school and can't wait to tell us about his day when he gets home. He likes to recreate some of the science projects at home and often makes observations about concepts he is learning at school. I like that the students are largely from Capitol Hill making St. Peter's a true neighborhood school. It is fun for him to run into classmates at the playground and during sports activities. St. Peter's is a great value and has provided our son with the building blocks he will need as he progresses through the elementary grades.



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My children have attended St. Peter School for many years, and we have been very happy with the quality, creativity and the level of passion of the teaching staff. The teachers there are truly committed to their vocation and continually demonstrate their desire to help each child achieve their best. We have also appreciated the broader spiritual and service focus of the school. Student family projects that bring children together across the grades, service projects that benefit St. Peter's Church's twin parish in Haiti as well as service projects that benefit those in the District have helped my children to focus not only on what school can do for them, but how they can contribute to the larger community outside the walls of their school. The small community of St. Peter School truly nurtures close connections between the children as well as the parent community. We have all made life-long friends at St. Peter School!

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