St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School serves students in PK-8th grade. Educating the whole child: mind, heart and spirit.
PK - 2nd Grade
Lower School students discover a love for learning and acquire the skills to be successful students.
As our 3rd-5th graders transition to the Upper School, they grow in their understanding of the world around them.
6th - 8th Grade
Middle School students hit their stride to excel academically and to begin to soar as they prepare for high school and beyond.
students in PK-8th grade
of graduates continue on to a Catholic high school
middle school students have their own device to enhance learning
of students are from our parish
of PK-8th grade students participate in community service projects at STA
retention rate for returning students
of 5th-8th grade students participate in STA athletics
different sports offered each school year
Mark your calendar for a howling good time! Friday Bingo Night and Saturday Carnival and Talent Show. More information at stacarnival.com
It's that time of year all our students have been waiting for. Book Fair time! Join us in the Enchanted Forest Scholastic Book Fair Sept. 24 -Sept. 27.
This year's Back to School Guide for is now available on the Parents tab. This go-to resource prepared for STA parents can be referenced throughout the year. See you in a couple of weeks!
This year, our Director of Technology, John Kappes, and Instructional Technology Specialist, Andrew Price, created a new 2-year plan for both the Lower School and Upper School that includes improvements to our current 1:1 program.
Congratulations to Hayden M., Ainsley Grace L., and Zachary E. for receiving the 2018 Serra Club Altar Server Award.
The STA Upper School presents the 2018 STEM Fair and Expo on Thursday, April 26th 7:30am- 4pm and Friday, April 27th 7:30-9am. The STEM Expo will be Thursday night from 5:30pm-7pm.
Last Saturday, 59 St. Thomas Aquinas students competed in 19 events at the annual Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) District 1AA Meet held at All Saints Catholic School.
Each year the Monsignor John T. Gulczynski Endowment Fund funds teacher requests for educational enhancements from the interest of the Fund. In January, the Board was proud to provide $25,414 in grants.