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- Academicsgrade A
- Diversitygrade B minus
- Teachersgrade A
Saint Peter Catholic School is a preschool through eighth grade school located in Forest Lake. Established in 1961, Saint Peter's has been serving Forest Lake and the surrounding communities for over 50 years.
With the Catholic faith as our foundation, Saint Peter School offers an outstanding academic program through a challenging core curriculum of Science, Mathematics, Social Studies and Language Arts. In addition, STEM components are integrated into the existing curriculum to expand our students future learning opportunities. Students learn in an environment that is nurtured by smaller class sizes, providing the individualized attention they deserve and need to excel. Our students are surrounded by faith, a supportive community of staff, parents, volunteers and parishioners. All of these components work together to provide a comprehensive program that lays the foundation for our students’ success while here at Saint Peter's and beyond.
- African American5.1%
- Native American0.8%
- Pacific Islander0%
- Offers Full WeekYes
- Offers Part WeekYes
- Offers Full DayYes
- Offers Part DayYes
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade B
- Good for Familiesgrade B+
- Housinggrade B
St. Peter Catholic School Reviews
We’ve struggled a little more though now in kindergarten with some of the communication and the classroom feel isn’t as “light and loving” in kindergarten. We also wish their were more opportunities for students who are excelling to be challenged. We receive homework, but if our student is bored with the math as the the teacher indicated at conferences, then please send us home with homework that we can do at home to help our student grow academically. On the plus side, the class sizes are only 12 when the public schools are double.
It would also be nice if the school offered clubs or transportation to the public schools to attend the community education classes.