Award Year: 2016

Saint Peter School

415 Atlantic Avenue
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, 08742-3310

(732) 892-1260

Miss Kathleen Berlino, Principal at time of Nomination

Tracey Kobrin, Current Principal

Diocese of Trenton

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Mission

It is the mission of Saint Peter School to provide a community of faith in which students will develop spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally.

Student Demographics
  • White: 95%
  • Hispanic: 2%
  • Asian: 2%
  • Two or more races: 1%
Application
Students engaged in inquiry and discovery in our STEM Lab.

Students engaged in inquiry and discovery in our STEM Lab.

Saint Peter School is an Advance Education, Inc. accredited Catholic school educating students from kindergarten through eighth grade. It is the mission of the school to provide a community of faith in which students develop spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally. This mission is accomplished through a rigorous curriculum that is enriched by a STREAM initiative (science, technology, religion, engineering, arts, and mathematics), career education programs, cultural programming, student leadership opportunities and extensive extracurricular activities. Saint Peter School has expanded its STREAM initiative with the creation of a STEM Lab and STREAM "Imagination Station" and has increased the amount and quality of technology available with Integrated White Boards, laptops, iPads, and Microsoft tablets. With our new 1:1 Tablet Initiative, every student in grades K-5 will have an iPad, and every student in grades 6-8 will have a Surface Pro Tablet. Students will develop a strong foundation to be competitive in this technology-driven and global world. Saint Peter School recognizes that every student has different strengths and areas for growth, and it is critical that the needs of every child be met. The faculty has a diverse arsenal of methods to effectively address the needs of both struggling and advanced students. Classroom differentiation is always in use, and tiered assignments and responsibilities keep the advanced student engaged and provide support for the struggling student. Saint Peter School prides itself on providing the highest quality education in a Christ-centered environment and strives to continually expand and improve it offerings and programs.