Company Profile

Saints Peter and Paul School

Company Overview

Saints Peter & Paul School educates the mind, strengthens the body, and nurtures the spirit in a faith-based environment rich in the Catholic tradition, transforming students into young adults who think critically, creatively, and globally.

Offering a comprehensive academic, student life and faith formation program, Saints Peter and Paul is the premier PreK-12 Catholic school serving families across Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Company History

In 1955, the first pastor, Rt. Rev. Joseph H. Irwin, established Saints Peter & Paul School to satisfy the needs of a growing Catholic community on the Eastern Shore. The Dominican Sisters from Sparkill, New York originally staffed the school. In 1958, the commitment was made to establish the high school to provide a continuing opportunity for Catholic education for the graduating students. Over the years, the facility has grown. In 1963, the Saints Peter & Paul Gymnasium was built. In 1970, the Father John Farrington academic wing was built which houses the high school library and classrooms for the middle school.

Under the leadership of Father Howard T. Clark, later Superintendent of Schools for the Wilmington Diocese, extensive renovations were made to both the interior and exterior facility, including the Father Farrington Plaza adjoining the gymnasium, and to the restructuring of the curriculum to create a comprehensive college preparatory Catholic high school. During the 1990's, Father Paul Jennings guided the creation of a separate high school facility and oversaw the growth of the parish and school community.

Father Robert Coine became Pastor in 1999 and directed the building of the new parish church and improvements to the school facilities. Father James Nash was appointed Pastor in 2014 and will continue to foster a spiritual and academic community rooted in faith that will continue to provide for the Catholic community of the Eastern Shore.

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