center city schools

St. Peter the Apostle School

Students at St. Peter the Apostle School are educated in a close-knit community that combines academic excellence with traditional Catholic values through a core curriculum that integrates intellectual, cultural, spiritual, and physical elements. Founded by the School Sisters of Notre Dame in 1848, St. Peter the Apostle School has a long history of educating children in the Northern Liberties and Fishtown areas. As a small Catholic school with one class per grade, students are given individual attention by faculty.

Students go on to attend top high schools in the area, including Roman Catholic High School, West Philadelphia Catholic High School, and John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School.

To view this interactive map, please follow the link below to install adobe flash player.

Get Adobe Flash player

search for directions on Google Maps »

 

key info
1009 N 5th St
Philadelphia, PA 19123

P: 215.922.5958
View Website »
 
Elementary School, preK-8

Sister Rose Federici
Principal
 
© 2015 Center City District / Central Philadelphia Development Corporation
Center City District Central Pennsylvania Development Corporation