At St. Peter—Immanuel, we believe that an effective education doesn’t just come from memorizing or lecturing. Active participation in the learning process entails analyzing, discussing and collaborating - in order to comprehend and retain. All of our courses are designed to encourage deep mental processing and student engagement with the class material.
Daily devotions, chapel services, Bible study, catechesis, memory work, church history, and Confirmation instruction.
English, spelling, literature, reading, phonics, handwriting, study skills, composition writing, oral presentation, and grammar.
Geography, history, citizenship, current events, map skills, U.S. and state history.
Arithmetic skills, concept development, problem-solving, decimals, estimation, measurement, algebra, geometry, calculators, and computers.
General science, hands-on scientific experiences, life science, earth science, physics, chemistry, physical science, health and nutrition, God-pleasing use and care for the environment, problem-solving techniques, drug and alcohol awareness programs, natural science.
Music education classes in singing, rhythm, reading, music, and listening. Instrumental band and choirs are available for participation.
Creative expression in a variety of media, art appreciation, art history, and instruction in the elements of art.
Motor facilitation, physical skill development, calisthenics, physical fitness, gymnastics, games, team sports, participation in the President’s Council on Physical Fitness.
Computer literacy, practical computer use, computer aided instruction.
Assembly programs periodically provided by our school in music, drama, information and other educationally and culturally pertinent subjects.
Classes may be offered for all grade levels.
SPI meets or exceeds all DPI standards.