“Since our boys were little, we knew our path would lead to a Catholic middle school. As parents, we wanted a small and nurturing environment for our son to navigate all of the changes and challenges that occur during middle school. For both of our sons, the switch from or neighborhood school (that we loved) to SSPP was transformative. Each of them blossomed in their own way under the care and guidance of the SSPP faculty and staff. My son is entering high school with a strong sense of self thanks to the safe environment, sense of community, and character development embodied at SSPP.”      ~Mary Frances Bayer, SSPP Parent

As parents, we are always wishing for “do-overs” – a different team, different friends, a different school.  We always think we could have done something better for our children.  However, there is one thing I can unequivocally say that I would never change – and that is my children’s SSPP education. Through your dedication, professionalism and love, you and your staff, have created children I am extremely proud of.  I would love to take full credit, but it was your continuous instilling of Christian values along with a strong work ethic that have made my children who they are today.  To you and all the teachers from pre-K though 8th grade, I offer a most sincere and heartfelt thank you.”   ~Rebecca Weimer,  Former SSPP Parent

Anne-Cellini was a student with you for just two years in her 7th and 8th grade years.  I just wanted to let you know that today she was accepted early action to Georgetown University.  I draw a direct line from you and the entire SSPP community to her academic success and I thank you.  You welcomed her, believed in her, challenged her and supported her success in so many ways.  She has the confidence to be a school tour guide, prefect, and President of the Giving Society.  Her outside interest was not in athletics or the arts, but in service and the values you and SSPP lived every day. Thus giving her the confidence to follow that path.  From the bottom of my heart, thank you for all that you did for her.”  ~Francesca Maines, Former SSPP Parent

“I appreciate everything that was done for me when I was a student at the school.  I came from a kind of dysfunctional family where my father was suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder from World War II and my mom unfortunately developed mental illness.  At the time, I was not the best student nor the best behaved, but I do know that people did care and try to look out for me.  It makes me feel good that maybe I can at least give something small back.” ~Vincent B., SSPP Class of 1974

“I just wanted to say thank you for everything you taught us at SSPP. You were right–we are the best-prepared kids at grammar in the English class.  We  had to write a 5 page paper for history. Everyone else didn’t know what to do, but those of us from SSPP were able to get it done easily because of the research paper! I really miss having your class, but I wanted to thank you for a great two years of English!”  ~Michael S., Class of 2016

“My kids thrive at this school thanks to the teachers and staff. The kids know that they are wanted here and have a place. The curriculum challenges them while making them grow more confident in their own abilities as students.”  ~Summer Przybylak, Current SSPP Parent