The Cuccinelli Family
Why St Peter Catholic School? We are blessed to have four children at St. Peter’s and one that is now in high school that graduated from SPCS. Our children all love school and have flourished academically, socially and emotionally at SPCS. Our high schooler is thriving in part to the solid foundation, academic excellence and nurturing environment he received at St. Peter. For us academics are important, but the Catholic identity is just as important. Our children think everyone prays before meals and can have open discussions about religion in the classroom. They participate in service projects, love the Reading Buddies’ program and enjoy “family time” at school; all helping my children to develop into the best version of themselves.
St. Peter is our village. The teachers and staff care for our children like their own. They are vested in not only their academic success, but in their emotional growth and well-being. They reinforce the values we are teaching at home. Our children often teach me something I didn’t know about our faith, and I am often humbled by the love and compassion they have for others. Our children feel safe and supported in the classroom. The staff all know not only our children but my husband and me. They show up at sporting events and extracurricular events to support our children. Even now they stop me and asked how my high schooler is doing. They genuinely care about my children, and we feel so blessed to be part of this village.
"Our children often teach me something I didn’t know about our faith, and I am often humbled by the love and compassion