We are a supportive place of learning


Our teachers work together and are committed to helping children succeed in their education and in living. Our small student-to-teacher ratio/class sizes offer a nurturing atmosphere where teachers can connect with students personally and provide invaluable individual attention in order to foster caring relationships and facilitate personalized learning experiences while upholding high academic standards.


Prospective Families


Current Families

Our decision to have Quintin attend Sts. Peter and Paul was one of the BEST decisions our family has ever made. I wish we had sent all 3 of the kids there from the beginning. No, we are not a Catholic family. We are a Christian family. The values we hold dear are openly practiced here. If you have ever wondered about your child’s education and wanted more for him or her, this is definitely the place to go.
— SPP Parent
When I hear people say, ‘It takes a village’, I immediately think of Sts. Peter & Paul. The school & community helped make me who I am. The humility, the work ethic, & the Christian values that I learned at SPP have proven to be the most important lessons that I’ve learned in life, & they’ve carried with me through higher education & now into my professional career.
— Ashley McKenzie Class of '98

Alumni Spotlight

APRIL KREIDENWEIS – April graduated from Sts. Peter & Paul School in ‘95 and from Campbell County High School in ‘99. She still remembers her performance of Sister Act in the SPP Talent Show. She is currently employed at St. Joseph, Camp Springs, KY as the preschool director. She has been married to her husband, Mike Kreidenweis, for 11 years and has 5 children. The oldest, Tyler, just graduated from SPP in 2019. Three of the boys, Drew, Luke, and Riley, are currently attending SPP, while the youngest, Owen, attends preschool at St. Joseph with her. She enjoys spending time with her family walking in the creek, riding quads, going to Lake Cumberland, and fishing. April also enjoys yoga, taking walks, and volunteering at SPP as much as she can!