We are offering 
12th-grade classes.
Click on the Class Schedule tab at left 
for more information.

Thursday, October 18, 7:00-9:00 PM
St. Peter the Rock will be hosting two events:
College Information Evening
Whitemarsh Hall 
Presentation about college requirements with question and answer session from 
current college students. Current tutors, Nancy Parode and Aileen Hahne, will share lessons
 learned while guiding their own children through the college application process and more.

St. Peter the Rock Open House
Upstairs in Homeroom
Families interested in learning more about St. Peter the Rock and how our program works are invited to come, ask questions, and view our facility. We will have information about our current year 2018-2019 and tentative plans for 2019-2020.

Parent / Tutor Conferences
on request during October lunch periods.
Contact Mrs. Sam Fatzinger if you need a conference with any
of your student's tutors.

Family Potluck and Student Review
November 3, 5:00-7:00 PM
Whitemarsh Hall
Families bring a main dish and either a side dish or dessert to share.
SPR will provide drinks and paper products.
Students will have artwork to show, French songs to sing, geometric origami 
decorations to share, a collaborative periodic table of elements, and more.
Gather with other SPR families to build a stronger community.

No classes the week of November 18-24
Thanksgiving Holiday all week.

Mission Statement
St. Peter the Rock Home School Tutorial was formed to assist families in developing their high school-aged children morally, mentally, physically, and spiritually to be unambiguously Catholic in intellectual perspective, motivation, and outlook, as positive catalysts in the Christian evangelization and conversion of the world.

Philosophy and
Operating Principles
St. Peter the Rock is an educational tutorial founded and directed by homeschooling parents.  Its genesis was the perceived need to assist homeschooling families in acquiring quality tutoring in subject areas that are difficult to teach at home, may require laboratory equipment, or which are best conducted in a formal educational environment.  We provide flexibility to parents in scheduling what areas within each grade level a student participates in, require parental involvement, and only utilize instructors who share the school's mission and bedrock principles.  Semester coursework can be used to supplement or replace a home-taught curriculum.  Courses are taught one or two days a week, with sufficient homework and periodic exams administered to demonstrate student command of course material.  Individual focus on completing a rigorous and disciplined course of study which is founded and imbued with social principles originating and emanating from the Magisterium of the Catholic Church provides the framework within which St. Peter the Rock operates.

Weather closure policy:
St. Peter the Rock follows PG County school schedule for weather-related closings.  
A message will be sent out as soon as possible via Jupiter 
if classes are canceled due to weather.

Mary, Undoer of Knots, help each of us with the knots in our lives.
Here's a link to Pray More Novenas for 

Please keep our Board of Directors, Tutors and Students in your prayers and join us in praying 
the following Novena to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton 
for our school year.  
Thank you.

Oh, God our Father.
Glorify here on earth your servant
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
By manifesting the power of her intercession through the favor I now implore:
Send families, students, tutors, and board members to St. Peter the Rock who will 
flourish and build your Church through work, study, and prayer at SPR.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ Your Son, 
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit.
One God, forever and ever.


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St. Peter the Rock Tutorial contact