Arts Here

Almost every wall at both the Lower School and Upper School is used to display our students' artwork. Both our dedicated fine arts teachers lay a foundation of art appreciation and creativity that encourages a lifelong commitment to the arts.

Our drama teachers, music teacher and arts club sponsors begin cultivating student confidence and skill at performance art beginning at the Lower School that culminates in a host of extracurricular activities available at the Middle School level. Students are encouraged to participate in the annual Middle School musical, Speech and Drama Club, the Wildtones a cappella choir, and St. Thomas Aquinas Church children's choirs.


Performing arts productions and concerts each year.

Art Resources & Facilities

  • Lower School and Upper School art studios
  • Upper School choir room
  • Lower School and Upper School drama rooms


works of art on display at the Annual Catholic Schools Week Art Show.


Participation in fine arts programs.


  • Drama performances in K-5th grade
  • Lower School musical performances
  • Annual Middle School musical production
  • Art Enrichment Week
  • Speech and Drama Club and Competition
  • Wildcat Word Journalism Club
  • Beginner and Advanced band classes
  • Choir class with multiple performances
  • Wildtones A Cappella Club
  • Catholic Schools Week Art Show
  • End of the Year Art Show
  • Multiple Church Choirs for all ages


Middle School students involved in the Spring Musical production Beauty and the Beast.

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Art and Music News

Spring Production of Beauty and the Beast is Underway

The St. Thomas Aquinas Middle School will present Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Jr. this spring in the Upper School Drama Room. Over 70 members on our cast and crew who have been working two days a week since January to prepare for our production of Beauty and the Beast, Jr.

ACA Wildtones to perform this holiday season

The ACA-Wildtones, St. Thomas Aquinas a cappella choir, led by Mr. Taylor Coffin the Upper School music teacher, has grown 12 members during its inaugural year to 33 members this year.