Saint Peter Catholic School is opening its doors to the community on March 6 and 7. The event is designed to show the school in action to prospective families and current ones. People are invited to visit and tour the school anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the two Discovery Days. No appointment is needed. Come experience the Saint Peter Catholic School difference!
The Saint Peter Catholic School string program was invited to perform at the Greenville Human Relations Council's 47th Annual Awards Ceremony and Reception. The group provided entertainment for the event by performing several songs, much to the crowd's delight.
Mrs. Leigh Sypawka runs the string program, which is designed to supplement private strings lessons. You can learn more about the program on our Music page.
Congratulations to our Saint Peter Catholic School Middle School Science Olympiad Team who competed in the Regional Science Olympiad Competition at ECU with nearly 1,000 other middle school and high school students in our region. Our Saint Peter team placed 4th overall and qualified for the State competition in April.
Our students competed in a wide variety of science events from building towers or rollercoasters to taking tests on rocks and minerals or the solar system. We are so proud of our students that placed in 17 out of 24. Every member on the team earned at least one medal in their events! We are especially proud of William Becker who competed in 4 different events and placed in every one of them!
We are also very proud of our Saint Peter alumni. Six of our team members from last year’s team went on to join their high school team this year, and all six of them placed in one or more events!
The members of St. Peter’s Science Olympiad Team are: William Becker, Carter Borton, Andrea Castillo, Matthew Cox, Abby Ershadi, Brena Gauland, Adrianna Hasselbach, Brighton Hou, Carter Lamson, Stuart O’Connor, Nikki Overman, Ian Reiling, Jackson Schreiber, Kinsley Tate White, Juliette Workman, Maria Workman and Cherrie Yoon.