Saints Peter and Paul Catholic STEM School

Missionary Disciples
Life-Long Learners
Innovative Critical Thinkers Courageous Leaders

Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic STEM School

Vision Statement

Solidly grounded in the richness of our Catholic faith and tradition, we
lay a firm and well-rounded foundation of virtue, knowledge and skill,
with a STEM curriculum to form a generation of young people
equipped to shape the future through communication, collaboration and innovation.

Average Class Size
More students proficient in MATH than local public schools
1 x
Graduates attend Catholic High Schools
20 %
Capital Improvements
made in 2021
0 M

Meet Our Principal

Sister Faustina Deppe, OCD

Meet Our Pastor

Reverend Jim Goggins
Pastor, Sts. Peter and Paul Parish

Our History

Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic STEM School is a living legacy. Founded in 1955 by the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters, the school has graduated generations of students with a Catholic foundation. Over the course of six decades, our school has adapted with the times with a clear focus of staying centered in Jesus Christ.

In 2003, the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles joined the school faculty and in 2013 they assumed administration of the school. In 2018, the school official became a STEM school, seeking to prepare students to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ into the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

We are blessed to count among our alumni many individuals who have greatly impacted our world. We give thanks to God especially for those have answered a call to the priesthood or religious life. We consistently hear back from alumni how their time at SPPS has helped shape them and enabled them to navigate the difficult times in which we live. Our school enjoys a solid reputation in our local community and continues to build on the shoulders of those who have gone before us.

The Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters
The Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles

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Our School Family

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