Children age 5 by September 30 enter a full-day program providing a safe, nurturing environment where the whole child is educated spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically. Positive self-image is always fostered so that each child appreciates the person God created.
Kindergarten completes the transition from home to school while also preparing for the academic rigors of first grade. Faith formation develops each child’s love of God. The academic focus is on pre-reading, writing, math, and language. Daily free play encourages children to make choices, act responsibly, and work cooperatively. Kindergarten children grow in learning so they can work independently, follow directions, and increase attention span.
Our Kindergarten teacher, Nancy Taylor, has a truly unique ability to interact with the children maximizing their desire to learn AND having fun while doing it. She does a fantastic job!
Great school. Great staff & teachers. My kids love this school.
My daughter is about to finish up her first year in preschool and we could not have been happier with the choice we made to send her to Sts. Peter and Paul. She has learned so much both spiritually and academically and we can not wait to see what next year has in store. Thank you Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Grey and all of the staff.
“I must take time out to express my sincere gratitude to each one of you for enhancing the life of our son, Aidan, during these past nine years. Academically, his mind has been challenged and his education is well-rounded. We love the small school atmosphere and all the extracurricular activities, including drama, choir, band, Math Counts and Power of the Pen.”Jenny Massie
“This school is the most enthusiastic and most educational school I know. My student is a sixth grader and is in love with it!”Amy Williams
“Mrs. Apsley is the greatest! Our daughter loved being her student for the last two years and now Mrs. Apsley is our son’s teacher. The transition to third grade is a big change and still Harley comes home saying that he likes his teacher. He talks about what happens in class, knows a lot of the material, and is able to tell me what method was used by the teacher to explain the work he has done or needs to complete. Mrs. Apsley pays attention to each child, no matter how many students are in her class. She is consistent in her teaching and caring to the students. I hear she is funny too! “Rudina Woltz