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St. Peter the Apostle School
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Math
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Science
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School Incidents
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Reading
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Attendance
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College Bound
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School Details

  • School TypePrivate Catholic
  • Grade LevelsPreK-8
  • Enrollment197
  • PrincipalSr Sr. Rosalia Federici
  • Phone Number215-922-5958
  • SEPTA RoutesBus (47, 57) Trolley (15)
  • Address 1009 North 5th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19123
  • NeighborhoodNorthern Liberties
  • Fax215-922-1015
  • Tuition$3950.00 (K-8 Parishioner); $5100.00 (non-Catholic); $3,700 (Pre-K Catholic ); $4,700 (PreK non-Catholic) plus $100 material fee and $75 registration fee
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Mission

Following along our sacred journey with St. John Neumann, and Mother Caroline Friess, SSND together we will encourage each other as a multicultural faith community to grow academically, spiritually, and emotionally with Christian values.

Following along our sacred journey with St. John Neumann, and Mother Caroline Friess, SSND together we will encourage each other as a multicultural faith community to grow academically, spiritually, and emotionally with Christian values.

Points of Pride

Student diversity; technological integration, including Smartboards, laptops, and projectors in each classroom, two state-of-the-art computer labs, and video conferencing equipment; IPads and chrome books. Special days: such as International Day,...

Student diversity; technological integration, including Smartboards, laptops, and projectors in each classroom, two state-of-the-art computer labs, and video conferencing equipment; IPads and chrome books. Special days: such as International Day, Career Day, Solidarity Day with the Poor. social consciousness emphasis; accelerated math program, Math Matters, in grades 5-8; Children's Literacy Initiative in pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten; heated and air conditioned building; dedicated and caring faculty and staff; 90% matriculation to Catholic high schools.

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Admissions Policy

Please contact the school office at 215-922-5958 to register your child! You must bring the following with you in order to register: birth certificate, Baptismal certificate (if Catholic), immunization form and current report card (grades 2-8)....

Please contact the school office at 215-922-5958 to register your child! You must bring the following with you in order to register: birth certificate, Baptismal certificate (if Catholic), immunization form and current report card (grades 2-8). Children must be 4 by September 1 to enter pre-K (pre-K3 is available), 5 by September 1 to enter kindergarten and 6 by September 1 to enter 1st grade.

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Safety & Culture

The positive energy we will provide will create a harmonious and respectful atmosphere that will contribute to the building up of God's kingdom here on earth.

The positive energy we will provide will create a harmonious and respectful atmosphere that will contribute to the building up of God's kingdom here on earth.

Accreditations & Honors

Middle States Accreditation 2016

Middle States Accreditation 2016

School Details & Data

Demographics

Black 39.4%
White 6.9%
Hispanic 40.6%
Asian 1.1%
Other 12%

Female & Male Students

Female Students 50.9%
Male Students 49.1%

Students Per Grade

Enrollment Pre K
19
Kindergarten Students
22
1st Grade Students
18
2nd Grade Students
20
3rd Grade Students
18
4th Grade Students
18
5th Grade Students
26
6th Grade Students
22
7th Grade Students
18
8th Grade Students
16
Total Students
197

Activities & Programs

Arts Programs

  • Dance Instr,
  • Choir,
  • Dance,
  • Literature,
  • Other

Sports Programs

  • Sports Other

Other Sports

Extended services; Title 1 Tutoring Program; DARE Program; Junior Fire Marshalls; Safety Patrol; Shalom Club; Spiritual Activities Committee; Student Council

Extended services; Title 1 Tutoring Program; DARE Program; Junior Fire Marshalls; Safety Patrol; Shalom Club; Spiritual Activities Committee; Student Council

Language Programs

  • Spanish

Parent Programs

  • Parents School Advisory

Parent Involvement

Parent Association

Parent Association

Before and After Care

  • Before Care,
  • After Care

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