Congratulations to these students in grades 7-12 who earned All “A”s, first honors and second honors for fourth quarter of this school year.
Click HERE for fourth quarter honor roll.
Congratulations to the St. Peter’s High School Class of 2017!
It was a celebratory week for the SPHS Class of 2017 with the Baccalaurete Mass taking place on Wednesday evening, May 24, and the senior honors assembly and graduation ceremonies on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. Again this year, both the honors assembly and graduation ceremony took place in the Franciscan Activity Center. (graduation photo galleries below)
Congratulations to all the graduates and their families! Special congratulations to Caroline Blunk and Nathan Freshwater, recipients of the Bishop’s Cross, Valedictorian Adam Ghazoul, and Salutatorian Caroline Blunk.
Ninety-four percent (94%) of the graduates from the SPHS Class of 2017 are planning to pursue higher education and the SPHS Class of 2017 has over 5,760 hours of service in the Mansfield community from throughout their high school career.
The entire St. Peter’s community is proud of the graduates for living the mission of St. Peter’s School . . . “practicing Christian spirituality, achieving academic excellence and preparing to be of service to the world.”
We thank our friends at Mansfield News Journal and Richland Source who were there to capture some great photos. Check out their galleries below. (Thank you to Mr. Bob Reith, yearbook moderator, and yearbook staff for some of the photos in our gallery, especially the awesome one of the graduation class!)
Ms. Tammy Haus has accepted the offer to become the next Principal at St. Peter’s High School & Junior High.
Upon the retirement of Mr. Mike Wasiniak in June, Ms. Haus will begin her work in July. Congratulations, Ms. Haus. The St. Peter’s Parish and School community welcomes you back and looks forward to your leadership!
Read Father Hite’s announcement letter to faculty and staff HERE!
St. Peter’s High School & Junior High Supply List
– so you can take advantage of the sales during the summer !
- several two-pocket folders (one per class)
- several spiral notebooks
- looseleaf paper
- binders (optional) Teacher will let you know if
you need one for their class.
- red, blue, black pens/pencils and erasers/ruler
- supply case to hold supplies (pencil boxes are discouraged)
- an assignment book/planner of some kind (We will NOT be selling this in the office this year. Students may use electronic or a hard copy version).
- a dictionary and a Bible for use at home (online versions are fine) (Freshmen are given a hard back translation of the New American Bible the first week of school…good for all 4 years of h. s.)
- book covers (the school supplies two per book per
- 3 X 5 index cards
- journal with sewn-in pages (Seniors)
- calculator TI 30
- a combination lock for the locker
- Mrs. Smith’s Math – pencils and erasers
2” 3-ring binder
- Mrs. Smith’s Science – pencils and erasers and/or pens
2” 3-ring binder
1 box of tissues and a container of disinfecting wipes~please (to be given to the homeroom teacher on the first day of school)
Details for Physical Education dress code will be given when school begins in August.
High School Summer Reading List
Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
Honors students also read Bomb by Steve Sheinkin
Unwind by Neal Shusterman
Honors students also read Lord of the Flies by William Golding
Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin
Honors students also read Zeitoun by Dave Eggers
Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
AP students also read The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini