ST. PETER CATHOLIC SCHOOL
Reserve, Louisiana
Catholic Identity 
  • Catholic Identity is important to a Catholic School. 
    St. Peter School identifies the purpose of the school is to first instill Catholic values in each individual.  There is significant evidence to this fact.
  • Mass celebrated
  • Confession held weekly
  • Adoration is held first Wednesday of the month
  • The Angelus is prayed daily at lunch
  • Religious statues and crucifixes are displayed throughout the school
  • Precepts of the church and Ten Commandments are posted on front of the school
  • School logo:  Family-represents family and community, horizon-symbol respresenting the possibilities when life is lived for God and crest-symbol for the Dominican order whose members were the first eachers
  • Day begins with prayer during assembly and the day ends with prayer at dismissal
  • Assemlby ends with repeated mission sentence- What do we do at St. Peter School? "Live, Love and Learn as Jesus Did"
  • Seasonal activities- Jesse tree and Advent wreath-Advent, Living Stations portrayed by Middle School students for Lent as well as Stations of the Cross, May crowning of Mary, Saints for All Saint's Day
  • Students are rewarded for good behavior
  • Family is an important aspect of SPS. 
  • Service projects held for Susan G. Komen, Thanksgiving food drive, Coats for needs, Care packages for troops, Altar servers for funerals
  • William Sadlier series for Religion textbook "We Believe" for K-8 and "I Am Special" for PK
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