St. Peter the Apostle High School, a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school, is committed to excellence in preparing young adults from diverse backgrounds to think critically and to be compassionate, responsible, confident individuals capable of adapting to an interdependent world community. St. Peter the Apostle High School is affiliated with the Diocese of Metuchen and serves the greater New Brunswick community by providing a safe and exceptional learning environment. A quality curriculum provided by dedicated faculty and staff members challenges each student to achieve his or her highest potential. The academic program is enriched with co-curricular and extra-curricular offerings, opportunity for community service and spiritual life development. The ultimate goal of a St. Peter the Apostle High School education is to instill in each individual a commitment to and long-life pursuit of Christian values, knowledge and excellence.
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