About This School
Limited class size helps meet the academic, social, and emotional needs of each individual student. All classroom teachers are certified with a Minnesota teacher's license or a Masters in Education.
Queen of Peace Catholic School is unique because there are two Religious Women present in the school.
Our tuition is reasonably low compared to other area Catholic schools with a family cap making it an affordable choice for families interested in a faith based education.
In 2013, Queen Of Peace Catholic School had 10 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Minnesota average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Student Ethnicity (2008)
Students Per Teacher (2013)
Queen Of Peace Catholic School Reviews
the person who wrote the above doesn't know what they are talking about since fall 2009 queen of peace has greatly improved new teachers new programs new students new building
the above person is out of touch with reality queen of peace school was a flop from 2002 until 2009 ask anyone
Queen of Peace was an excellent school when our child began attending, we were impressed by the small class size and the amount of one to one interaction between students and teachers.
However since the principal left the school and subsequently was replaced everything has changed. They began thinking more about their numbers and funding than the welfare of students. Demanding us to send our sick child to school in the middle of the bird flu outbreak, they suddenly were punishing for missing days because of genuine sickness.
Our child's current teacher lacks any understanding of circumstances and has no patience stemming from extreme inexperience in education. This is a private school and we pay our fees like the other parents yet our child is treated completely differently and is being excluded from school event after school event even though they are paid for.
It is a shame, we both loved this school. I would not recommend anyone send their children there at the moment.