29 Jan The Catholic School Community
This year’s theme of National Catholic Schools Week (CSW), an annual celebration of Catholic education across the United States, is “Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.” These three values are core to St. Peter’s Boys High School mission. Join us in celebrating January 31 to February 6, 2021.
Catholic education is a one-of-a-kind learning experience and there are dozens of reasons to choose it for your child. As a community of faith, Christ and Roman Catholic teachings are at the core of all we do in our school. Our students develop an understanding of the world that is geared toward the promotion of human dignity and the common good.
At St. Peter’s Boys High School, we educate men of faith and integrity. We seek to nurture an excellent man who achieves his fullest academic potential, reflects Christian values in his daily life throughout the community and recognizes civic responsibilities as a member of the larger world community.
Service is intended to help form men who are not only witnesses to Catholic social teaching but also active participants through social learning. Our Catholic curriculum in accord with the charism and commitment of St. John Baptist de LaSalle and the Brothers of the Christian Schools help instill these values.
Please consider donating today so we are able to fulfill our mission and operate our Catholic institution with a philosophy to provide young men the opportunity to understand their value as God’s children. May we all strive to live in active service of Jesus and his mission as we nationally join together during Catholic Schools Week and always.