Prince of Peace Preparatory

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Prince of Peace Academy and College Preparatory
312 South 4th Street
Clinton, Iowa, (Clinton County), 52732-4421
United States
Coordinates 41°50′34″N 90°11′37″W / 41.84278°N 90.19361°W / 41.84278; -90.19361Coordinates: 41°50′34″N 90°11′37″W / 41.84278°N 90.19361°W / 41.84278; -90.19361
Type Private, coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Principal Nancy Peart
Pastor Fr. Ken Kuntz
Faculty 23
Grades K12
Enrollment 274 (2007-2008)
Average class size 21
Color(s) Royal blue and gold         
Slogan Shaping Spirit and Mind
Athletics conference Tri-Rivers Conference
Team name Irish
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools [1]
Average ACT scores 25.6
Athletic Director Jerry Andersen

The Prince of Peace Preparatory School is a Catholic high school in Clinton, Iowa, USA. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport.

It was previously known as Mater Dei High School and St. Mary's High School. The new full name is Prince of Peace Catholic Academy and College Preparatory School or POPCAPS for short. It is a parochial school under the Clinton Prince of Peace parish.

Prince of Peace is a class 1-A school with sports teams participating in the Big East athletic conference. Its team is named the "Irish". The school has a band, chorus, quiz bowl, yearbook, newspaper and student council. It is competitive in Cross Country, ranked in state and winning its district in 2006, In 2007 they were the district champs and the placed fourth at State. Other sports that the Irish participate in include Cheerleading, Basketball, Track, Soccer, Golf, Baseball, Softball, and Volleyball.

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