Admissions Process

At St. Peter’s School, our faith and values are reflected in every aspect of our school. Academic excellence, consistent discipline and Christian values that permeate our curriculum remain our focus. Our admissions process is designed to provide a sense of what St. Peter’s has to offer our students and their families. We recognize applications can be stressful and our staff is here to assist through every step of the process.

Step One: Principal Meeting

The first step of our admissions process is meeting with the appropriate building principal based on your child’s grade with a phone call or by using the pre-enrollment form at the bottom of this page. At this meeting, the principal will get to know more about your student(s) and family. Initial entrance testing may be done at this time or shortly after to assess your student’s academic achievement levels. After this meeting, the principal will determine whether our school will be able to meet the academic and social needs of your student.

Step Two: Business Office Meeting

There are several payment options as well as scholarships and financial aid available to fund your student’s education at St. Peter’s. Over 50 percent of our student population receives some form of scholarship or school-provided financial aid. After initial student acceptance has been indicated by the building principal, a member of our business office staff will contact you to go over payment options, scholarships and financial aid. Also, participation in the Kroger and SCRIP gift certificate programs allows tuition reductions based on a percentage of the dollar amount of certificates purchased.

Step Three: Enrollment Letter

After any applicable financial assistance award has been accepted and final payment arrangements have been made, your student will officially be enrolled at St. Peter’s School.

Montessori Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary (grades 1-6)
Mrs. Ashley Rastorfer, Acting Principal

Junior High & High School (grades 7-12)
Mr. Jon Cuttitta, Acting Principal