Parent Picnic - Saturday, May 18th.
Visit the Prep Parents Association page for more information.
Welcome to the Parents section of the Saint Peter's Prep website. Here you will find important news and information intended especially for parents. Read the navigation bar on the left for the Daily Announcements, information about Prep's Parents' Association, PowerSchool, upcoming events and other news about Prep. Visit the Student Life and Academics pages for important information.
What does "warm weather dress code" mean? Should I purchase a new blazer for my son, especially when he is still growing? What is "Prep Day"? A group of veteran Prep parents is now available as a resource for current and incoming Prep parents. Please send questions to Resource@spprep.org and a veteran parent will respond with words of wisdom about navigating life at Prep. Parents who have "unsolicited" words of wisdom may also send those to the same address. These will be posted for the benefit of current and new parents. Your experience is important so email away!
The Prep Parents' Association hosts events throughout the year to foster religious formation, social interaction, school information, and friendship among parents and guardians. Members also support many other Prep activities, including open houses and receptions for parents of incoming students, and participate in various fund-raising efforts. For more information, please contact our moderator, Sister France Marie Duncan, OSF, or visit our PPA Webpage.
Are you a parent who wants to know more about their son's life? Check out today's announcements!
Sophomore Parents Planning Night
This important evening is an annual event for the parents and guardians of Prep's sophomores, where they will hear from the school administration, Guidance Department, and Campus Ministry about planning for the next two years of their son's life as a Prep student. Click here for more information.
Semester two is underway, and AP teachers and students are continuing to prepare for AP Exams, to be administered during the weeks of May 6 and May 17. AP students received a copy of the "2012-2013 AP Bulletin for Students and Parents" in homeroom on Monday, February 4. Students who were absent should see Mrs. Supple. To learn more about the AP Program or to download the publication, you can visit the College Board website at www.collegeboard.org/apstudents.
Important Phone Numbers
Main Number: 201-547-6400
Attendance Office: 201-547-6399
School Closing Hotline: 201-547-2361