Apply Now for the 2018-2019 School Year

Thank you for your interest in Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School. We encourage all parents to apply early, as applications for any new students open in February and space is limited. Please download, complete, and submit the following forms.

 Current SPPS Students:

  1. Complete online Registration Documents  (Tuition Contract and All in In Acknowledgment)
  2. Submit fee payment (by check) to the school office (Re-registration, technology, art, planner and grocery card)
  3. If applicable: SPP Parish Affiliation form or Out-of-Parish Affiliation: Print, complete and turn in to the school office
  4. If desiring financial assistance- complete the online form (coming soon!) For information on Financial Aid, Click Here.
  5. Preschool Families:  Complete Preschool/PreK documents- Print, complete, and turn into school office
    1. Certificate of Immunization
    2. Health Care Form Instructions
    3. Preschool 2nd new student enrollment
    4. Preschool Health Care S
    5. PPS Enrollment Form Pre-K & Preschool

 

New Students:

Preschool and PreKinder

  1. Complete online Application
  2. Complete Registration Documents (Tuition Contract and All in In Acknowledgment)
  3. Submit fee payment (by check) to school office (Reregistration, technology, art, planner and grocery card)
  4. Complete Preschool/PreK documents- Print, complete, and turn into school office
    1. Certificate of Immunization
    2. Health Care Form Instructions
    3. Preschool 2nd new student enrollment
    4. Preschool Health Care
    5. SPPS Enrollment Form Pre-K & Preschool
  5. Register online for tuition payments through FACTS (instructions here)
  6. If desiring financial assistance- complete the following online form (coming soon!) For information on Financial Aid, Click Here.

 

Kindergarten- 8th grades:

  1. Complete online application
  2. Call the front office to set up a time for your child to come shadow and complete an academic assessment
  3. Wait for an acceptance letter from Sts. Peter and Paul School
  4. Complete Registration Documents  (Tuition Contract and All in In Acknowledgment)
  5. Submit payment (by check) for fees to the school office (Reregistration, technology, art, planner and grocery card)
  6. If applicable: SPP Parish Affiliation form or Out-of-Parish Affiliation: Print, complete and turn in to the school office
  7. Register online for tuition payments through FACTS (instructions here)
  8. If desiring financial assistance- complete the following online form (coming soon!)  For information on Financial Aid, Click Here
  9. Submit documents to the school office- immunization, sacramental records, birth certificate, etc. We will include this list in the acceptance letter.

 

 

Open House Dates
Tours may be arranged on an individual basis.

  • STEM Family Night: Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 pm
  • Preschool Discovery: Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 9:00-10:30 am

For new families interested in the 2018-2019 school year. Please call to RSVP (303)424-0402

 

Statement of Admissions

  • Students admitted to SPPS must have a reasonable hope of successfully completing the school’s program.
  • All students and parents admitted to Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School (SPPS) shall subscribe to the school’s philosophy and agree to abide by the educational policies and regulations of the school and Archdiocese.
  • A child entering kindergarten must be five years old on or before October 1. For acceptance into first grade, students must be six years old on or before October 1. Legal verrification of age must be provided to the school prior to admission. NO exceptions are made to this regulation.
  • All new middle school students will be interviewed by the principal. Admission will be based on the student’s academic record, recommendation from previous school, and interview.
  • All students must submit the following documents: birth certificate/baptismal certificate and immunization records.
  • Testing is required for any new student (grades K-8).

If after nine weeks it is concluded that the child’s educational needs or that his/her needs would not be best served in our school, placement would be denied, and thereby a request for withdrawal.