Admission Process

Admission Process

Step 1: Contact the admission office and schedule a tour.

We know that visiting the St. Peter’s campus provides the most thorough introduction to the school’s exceptional learning experience. A tour of the school affords you the opportunity to meet faculty, observe classroom instruction, and interact with students.

Step 2: Complete and submit the admission application.

Parents of prospective students requesting admission into 1st - 5th grades must also submit copies of school records, testing results, and report cards with the admission application. There is nonrefundable $50 fee for the admission application.

Step 3: Apply for need-based financial aid.

Prospective families interested in requesting financial aid must complete and submit the financial aid application. The school does not allocate financial aid to prospective families who have not contacted the school’s admission office and submitted an admission application. Beginning Oct. 3, 2017, prospective families may apply for financial aid through SSS

Step 4: Schedule a student visit.

Preschool 3, Junior Kindergarten, and Kindergarten
St. Peter’s designates specific days when prospective preschool, junior kindergarten, and kindergarten students visit campus. 

1st – 5th Grade
Prospective students, who have applied for admission in 1st – 5th grades, must visit in the classroom for a full day (8 a.m. until 3 p.m.). The full day visits allows prospective students time to meet their peers, engage in the school’s academic program, and interact with faculty. The admission office works with parents to identify a date that best accommodates both the school and the student’s schedule.

Important Dates for Prospective Parents and Students

September 21, 2017 9:00-11:00 AM Admission Open House - a time for prospective parents to See Us In Action and talk to current students

October 29, 2017 2:00 PM  Family Explorers Open House - Prospective parents and children can come and take part in fun activities just like our current students do. Activities include adventures in the Organic Garden, be a Mad Scientist, and create a piece of art in the Art Studio.

November 30, 2017 9:00-11:00 AM Open House, Wonder Talk and Visiting Day for preschoolers and kindergarteners

Wonder Talk is a forum for open discussions between prospective parents and current students.

January 26, 2018 9:00-11:00 AM  Visiting Day - Prospective Preschoolers and Kindergarteners will get to spend time in the classroom. 

February 8, 2018 4:00-6:00 PM Wonder Night

Wonder Night is an open house to showcase the classroom experience and the academic richness of the Core Knowledge Sequence.

Please RSVP to Becky Sharp

Statement of Nondiscrimination
St. Peter’s Episcopal School maintains a commitment to inclusion and embraces diversity as a deeply held value. The school appreciates the educational richness that naturally thrives within a community of socially, ethnically, and culturally unique individuals. Therefore, St. Peter’s Episcopal School adheres to practices of high standards and equitable consideration for all prospective students and their families. St. Peter’s Episcopal School admits students without regard to race, color, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, or disability and confers all rights and privileges that are generally accorded and associated with attending the school.

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