Port Washington Patch Welcomes St. Peter of Alcantara School

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Port Washington Patch would like to welcome St. Peter of Alcantara school to our family of advertisers.

St. Peter's, as the students and parents affectionately call it, has been educating students for many years. They are proud to offer a challenging curriculum with cutting edge technology, academic intervention service and middle school sports.  They also have an after-school program located within the school, which is very convenient for working parents.

If you are thinking about St. Peter of Alcantara School for next year, visit their website for additional information at http://www.stpeterspw.org/home. They also have an open enrollment policy so give them a call with any questions.

They serve students from pre school through middle school.

Thank you St. Peter's for providing an enriching education for so many students and for your support of Patch. 

For additional advertising information, please contact dawn.andrew@patch.com

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Just an engineer January 25, 2013 at 11:28 AM
Robert J. Pape, Jr. January 25, 2013 at 03:00 PM
St. Peter's School provides an excellent faith based academic program which prepares students for a successful high school education experience. The school board and principal fully recognize the financial sacrifice it takes to send a child to St. Peter's in light of the school taxes paid in our town. The leadership of the school provides a high quality education with economic efficiency.
Joanne Schrynemakers January 25, 2013 at 03:33 PM
St. Peter's is more than an excellent school. It is like a family.
Stephanie Alongi January 26, 2013 at 12:55 AM
<3 St. Peters! Amazing people all around!


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