With so many people vying for spots in the same trendy public and charter schools, it is worth considering some schools that might not be on your radar.
One parent’s opinion on why they chose St. Peter’s School.
The South of South Neighborhood Association (SOSNA) and the Friends of Chester Arthur are hosting a public schools fair on June 8 for neighborhood parents to learn more about local schools.
At St. Peter’s School, the children learn to be good individuals: tolerant, respectful, honest, cooperative, kind and engaged in their community through service. The curriculum and school are a structured environments: students wear uniforms and civility is expected. The St. Peter’s School experience will prepare my child to enter the professional world successfully.
This Wednesday evening, I will be at Congregation Rodeph Shalom hosting a meetup for families of young children in Center City/Fairmount who are embarking on the elementary school search. Come, enjoy some pizza, learn a little bit about the process of choosing a school in Philly, and meet other parents in the same boat.