The question of what a scholarly article and/or a peer reviewed article are often comes up when students are required to do research. Though there is definite overlap, it's good to understand the nuanced difference and at what point a scholarly article becomes peer reviewed.
A publication is regarded as scholarly:
Peer Reviewed (Refereed) Publications:
While not all scholarly journals go through the peer review process, it is usually safe to assume that a peer reviewed journal is also scholarly.
Remember, just because a journal is peer reviewed does not guarantee that all articles in it are included in the peer review process. Some article types, such as news items, editorials and book and article reviews, may not be peer reviewed.
The best way to determine if a particular journal is peer reviewed: