Saints Peter and Paul Catholic STEM School

A Sacred Place to Form Souls

Forming Missionary Disciples

Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School is a place of discipleship. Faculty and staff take their relationship with Jesus Christ seriously and strive to demonstrate it in the practice of our Catholic Faith. This is done in accord with the educational philosophy of St. John Bosco who advocated reason, religion and kindness as the guiding principles of education.

We seek to instill this lively faith in our students through a vibrant sacramental life which includes sacrament preparation, regular attendance at school Masses during the week, regular opportunities for confession, and Eucharistic Adoration. Prayer begins our days and continues through out the school day. Students are led to grow in their relationship with God, Mary, and the saints through the practice of Catholic devotions.

We encourage our students to integrate their personal faith with action through our comprehensive virtue program and emphasis on service. Students are guided to take responsibility for their actions using a framework developed by the Carmelite Sisters, “Steps to Discipleship.” We have a three-year cycle in which every month we focus on a particular virtue for the entire school, teachers and students alike.

We seek to nurture a culture of integrated Catholic life through our support of families, offering events throughout the year for them to join us for prayer and the sacraments. We see ourselves at the service of the family and Christ as the center of each family.

Faith Formation Permeates Every Aspect of Life and Learning at Sts. Peter and Paul

"Most of all, this school is a place where God dwells.
He is palpable here.
We have had moments of awe and wonder
and true experiences of Heavenly Worship and joy.
The children, Carmelite Sisters, teachers, and staff
have a spirit of prayer and love for the Lord."
Jarod and Amy Mintz
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