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Admissions

Welcome to Prince of Peace Catholic School Admissions!

Whether your son or daughter is a new kindergartener, a middle schooler, a high schooler, or someone looking for "the right school", Prince of Peace is here to help you get started. With over 170 years of academic excellence, we know that your child will have opportunities to meet their full potential.

100

Percent High School Graduation Rate

99

Percent of Graduates in College, Employed, or in Military Service One Year Post-Graduation

25

Average ACT Score, Five Points Above National Average

14

Average Class Size

76

Percent of Upperclassmen Enrolled in College Classes

1

United Community

Why Choose Prince of Peace?

Financial Aid

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Scholarships

Prince of Peace Catholic School offers numerous scholarships through the Prince of Peace School Foundation. The following scholarships are available to help families meet tuition costs: John Lingle Memorial Scholarship, Thomas "Pinky" McDonnell Scholarship, Bernard "Bubs" Mayer Scholarship, Leon McDonnell Scholarship, David Pottratz Memorial Scholarship, Harvey Suehl Memorial Scholarship, Student Council Leadership Scholarship, Jerry Laufenberg Scholarship, 1953 State Championship Baskteball Scholarship, Prince of Peace School Foundation Scholarship, Margaret Dillon Memorial Scholarship, Lyman & Ullainee Wareham Scholarship, Dorothy Benishek Pratt Memorial Scholarship, Fred Benishek Memorial Scholarship, Paul & Christy Roth Service Scholarship, Edwin & Evelyn Michl Family Scholarship, Jack & Cathy Dermody Memorial Scholarship, Harry Pratt Endowed Scholarship, Vernon Witt Memorial Scholarship, Lucille Jensen Memorial Scholarship, Mary Juist Memorial Scholarship, Kylee Hyde Memorial Scholarship, Thomas & Peggy McAndrews Family Scholarship, George McAndrews Family Scholarship, Robert Shannon Memorial Scholarship, and the Deb Lind Scholarship.

Financial Assistance

Prince of Peace Catholic School awarded more than $150,000 in financial assistance last year. The average student at Prince of Peace receives over $922 in financial aid, and 52.5% of students receive some sort of assistance. Financial aid may come through scholarships, grants, or other assistance. Each situation is assessed individually to determine the amount of tuition assistance each family receives. Every family is strongly encouraged to apply for financial assistance.

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To learn more about sending your child to Prince of Peace Catholic School and/or to schedule a tour, contact:

Jennifer Hansen, Assistant Principal and Enrollment Director

563-242-1663 or jennifer.hansen@staff.prince.pvt.k12.ia.us

Important Documents

Students transfering to Prince of Peace Catholic School are welcome at any time of the year. Traditional registration takes place in early spring.