What to know about SPA
We are a Catholic faith and welcome all.
Our families live in the greater Seacoast area, stretching from southern Maine, along the coast and adjacent towns to Portsmouth, to northern Massachusetts.
We offer financial aid and scholarship opportunities. We are a mission-based school and strive to be the best Catholic school in New England. We partner with families who want to provide their children with the gift of a Saint Patrick Academy education, and we are committed to providing tuition affordability for all accepted students.
We have both financial aid and scholarship opportunities available.
Yes! We offer several summer camps such as art, music, writing, etc.
Summer 2022 Information Coming in January 2022.
Our private, independent school has parent volunteer opportunities ranging from helping within the classroom to coaching to chaperoning field trips.
Our school day starts at 8:00am. Our doors open at 7:00am with a before care program and close at 5:30pm with an after care program.
We offer 5 half days or 5 full days for our Pre-Kindergarten 3 and 4-year-old classrooms. Please contact us with further questions about the schedule or schedule a tour of our facilities and campus in Portsmouth, NH, by emailing our admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We differentiate instruction within the classroom in all subjects to best meet the needs of each student. Additionally, we offer two options for students in 7th and 8th grade in math. In 7th grade, we offer 7th Grade Math and Pre-Algebra. In 8th Grade, we offer 8th Grade Math and Algebra.
Saint Patrick Academy students dress guidelines include a Regular Uniform and a Dress Uniform, which can be purchased through Landsend.com with our Preferred School Number. Non-uniform days may be designated by the school administration.
Our private, independent school offers classes for Pre-K and Kindergarten through Grade 8.
Yes. We seek to equip each student with the skills and learning environment needed in order to ensure that each student is set up for success. As learning differences may vary, so, too, does our ability to serve all students. As part of the admissions process, we review each student’s entire academic portfolio, which includes any learning assessments done at another school, and we work with each student individually to determine an appropriate fit. For questions about specific student plans, please contact our Dean of Students, Ian Snyder, at email@example.com
Students must be 3 by September 30th to enter PreK-3, 4 by September 30th to enter PreK-4, and 5 by September 30th to enter Kindergarten.