Our Mission

We are the primary apostolate of Prince of Peace Parish, collaborating with families to offer children a rigorous curriculum that promotes intellectual formation and virtue development, immersed in the teachings of the Catholic faith.

Academically Rigorous

Founded in 2003 and awarded the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2014, our students in grades 3-8 have placed in the top 15% nationally for the past 6 years in Math & Reading and have performed significantly ahead of area public schools, charter schools and all Diocesan schools in these subjects.

Virtuous Leaders

In collaboration with parents, we focus on the child’s academic, spiritual, emotional, and social growth – never negating one for the other. Ample effort is extended to balance skill development across structure and play. Students are encouraged to participate in team sports and afterschool activities. 

“Prince of Peace is truly an extension of our home and family for our children! The love and support that the teachers, staff and priests provide cannot be reproduced anywhere! The academics provided are so rich and all encompassing – but it is the extras like the establishment of Catholic / Christian values, love of neighbor, development of character that make this school so extra special! I highly recommend joining this family and enriching your children with an education that cannot be replicated in any other environment!”

Erin L.

22 November: Feast of Christ the King

22 November: Feast of Christ the King

22 November: Feast of Christ the King (the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe). Celebrated on the last Sunday of the liturgical year, this feast day was established by Pope...

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18 November: Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne.

18 November: Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne.

Born into a wealthy family in Grenoble, France, Rose learned political skills from her father and a love of the poor from her mother. At age 8, it became her dream to go to America and work with...

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11 November: Saint Martin of Tours

11 November: Saint Martin of Tours

Born to pagan parents, this son of a veteran was forced at the age of 15 to serve in the army. Martin was baptized a Christian at age 18. He lived more like a monk than a soldier. One of the most...

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3 November: Blessed Solanus Casey

3 November: Blessed Solanus Casey

3 November: Blessed Solanus Casey. Born Bernard Francis Casey to Irish immigrants in 1870, he first considered the priesthood after witnessing a brutal murder as a young man. In seminary, he...

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28 October: Feast of Saints Simon and Jude

28 October: Feast of Saints Simon and Jude

28 October: Feast of Saints Simon and Jude. Today the Church celebrates the feast of Saints Simon and Jude whose names occur together in the Canon of the Mass. These Apostles of Jesus were both...

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1209 Brushy Creek Road, Taylors South Carolina 29687

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K4-8th grade private Catholic school