On September 8, 1947, Queen of Peace Catholic School was built, with four classrooms, a library, and an office, with an enrollment of 105 students in grades one
through eight. The Dominican Sisters were the first to staff the school, with Sr. Loretta Raphael as the first principal. On February 9, 1962, ground broke on the present church. The first Mass was
celebrated on Sunday, December 2, 1962.
Queen of Peace Catholic School is dedicated to growing students academically, socially,
emotionally, and physically to live as disciples of Jesus.
Queen of Peace Catholic School will commit to transforming the students
with the joy of the Gospel message through academics and service to produce life-long learning.
To provide for the continued formation of the Christian person in an
environment in which students, teachers, and parents experience the presence and divine guidance of the Holy Spirit. As a result, students and teachers are drawn to live the Gospel message, unite in
worship, respond to the needs of the community, and serve others through the sharing of their spiritual gifts and temporal goods for the betterment of all.