From the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston: As many of you are aware, the Diocese of Steubenville, Ohio, recently released a list of priests who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors. Included in the list were the names of priests who have been stationed near, or who have celebrated liturgies and other events at parishes within the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, including our Catholic Schools. The Diocese encourages anyone who may be the victim of abuse by one of these priests, or any priest in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, to contact your local authorities or the Diocesan Office of Safe Environment at (304) 233-0880.

Why SSPP?

We believe education should include spiritual, intellectual, personal, physical and social development. We believe education is a preparation for life and helps one develop the skills needed for dealing with life in Society. Our curriculum endeavors to foster and adapt state guidelines to enable students to accept ownership and responsibility for their education and academic success.

At Ss. Peter and Paul, students come to know and experience the Word of God and develop their gifts of hope, faith, trust and love. Students gain knowledge and understanding of the Catholic doctrine and the theology behind worship.

Our student body currently consists of 119 Students,with an average of 12 per grade.

Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic School exists because of Christ and the Church’s mission to educate the young. Recognizing that parents are the primary educators, we are committed to assisting families in providing the best possible spiritual, intellectual, and social enrichment for their children. Saints Peter and Paul School is one of the missions of the Saints Peter and Paul Parish Community.

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