School Mission Statement

Here at Prince of Peace, it is our mission to partner with families to help develop spiritually vibrant, academically equipped and personally healthy students. We seek to assist parents in their basic responsibility of educating the whole child.

Learning Resources

We recognize that each student learns at a different rate. While most needs are met by our qualified teachers and good classroom instruction, there may also exist a need for assistance in learning, both for remediation and for enhancement the educational process. If a need is greater, we have a variety of specialists available to help with most learning difficulties on a cost per service basis. For more questions please feel free to email us.


Home and school must work together for a child’s benefit. Homework is one way in which parents can support the educational process that happens at school. 


The course of study at POP school follows the California standards and meets all the requirements of the state and the Fremont Unified School District of Alameda County. Because we seek to challenge our students to the highest level of appropriate academic achievement, our curriculum also uses the Core Knowledge Sequence. In addition, we use supplements in Computer, Fine Arts, Health, and Physical Education.

Our curriculum is scrutinized regularly, employing the best traditional approaches along with the integration of technology in everyday learning. A strong emphasis in reading, math, English, and writing, science and history is present at every grade level.

Evaluating the Learning Process

Daily class work is evaluated appropriate to the child’s grade level. Kindergarten evaluations occur through a benchmark report. First and Second grade students receive a check, plus, or minus with comments to indicate strengths or weaknesses. Students in third through eighth grade receive percentage grades indicated by an alphabet grade.

Students must maintain a 2.00 grade point average to be eligible for extracurricular activities. Students are recognized for academic achievement on the Principal’s List (above 3.8 GPA), Honor Roll (above 3.5) and Honorable Mention (above 3.2) at the end of each quarter when report cards are issued.

The Scope and Sequence for each class, which lays out in detail what each class is studying month by month, as well as specific textbooks can be viewed using the link below.


MAP Growth Testing

In the fall of 2019, Prince of Peace began incorporating a new type of standardized testing called MAP Growth Testing.

We are excited about this new type of assessment that will help us know exactly where the child is in his educational journey.

We are convinced that the best use of assessment testing is when it is used to help our students improve and excel.

For this reason, we have updated to the NWEA MAP testing in place of the Scantron Performance testing that we used to use.

MAP® Growth™ measures what students know and informs what they’re ready to learn next. By dynamically adjusting to each student’s responses, MAP Growth creates a personalized assessment experience that accurately measures performance. Timely, easy-to-use reports help teachers teach, students learn, and administrators lead.”

Prince of Peace is a fully accredited school with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accreditation (WASC) and the National Lutheran Schools Association (NLSA). Prince of Peace goes through their evaluation process regularly.