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Learning today...Leading tomorrow. It is more than just a slogan here at St. Peter Lutheran School, but a part of our identity. We begin with a strong foundation in Jesus Christ, and extend into our relationships with teachers, students, and parents. We then nurture and build upon our foundation to develop students that are examples of faith in the community.The spiritual development, therefore, is a core value of our school, and at the center of everything we do.


Each day begins with prayer and Bible study in the classroom. Memorization of Bible verses is a regular part of the curriculum. On Wednesdays we gather together for our weekly chapel which contains music, liturgy, pledges, an uplifting message, and prayer. Students also take a regular part in our chapel services. Every class is responsible for leading a chapel service twice a year. In addition, students act as acolytes and help lead the pledges on a weekly basis. 




St. Peter Lutheran School features a vibrant drama program with a full stage, sound, and lighting capabilities. Two major productions are produced each year - one at Christmas time and a full musical in the Spring. Students serve as actors, run lights and sound, and work back stage as well. Although most major parts are performed by middle school students, kids from all classes have opportunities to participate.


Sports and athletics are an important part of student life. Every grade has three P.E. classes a week with one of our P.E. teachers.  Starting in 5th grade, both boys and girls can participate in our league volleyball or basketball programs. Volleyball is in the fall and basketball typically begins in January. We also participate in two Spring track-meets each year.


Every grade participates in numerous field trips each year. Our middle school students also have additional overnight trips. The year begins with a two-night team building retreat at Wolf Mountain for grades 6 - 8. In the late Spring, the year culminates with a week-long trip: sixth grade students attend outdoor science camp at Wolf Mountain; seventh grade and eighth grade students will attend a week long trip to Washington D.C.


  • Extended School Care, or ESC, is offered every day before and after school. It is available for all students.
  • ESC opens at 7 am and closes at 5:30 pm.
  • Cost is $6 an hour per child.  All charges are billed through EZ School apps, but we only charge you for what you use. There are no preset blocks of time that must be purchased nor any registration fee for enrollment.
  • During ESC, there is designated time for homework, free play, snack, activities, and recess. Snacks are provided by ESC.