At St. Thomas School, we focus on developing the whole child and provide an education informed by the Gospel Message of Jesus Christ. We believe that it is through the strength of the Catholic faith that our students can truly become informed, caring citizens dedicated to service and community.
As a school community, we believe that learning about our faith is not simply reserved for religion class. Instead, our Catholic teachings are infused in all academic subject areas and regularly inform teacher lessons and classroom discussions.
Through daily prayer, weekly Mass, school-wide service projects, and an active participation in the liturgical seasons of the Church, students at St. Thomas develop a strong Catholic identity and ability to truly live their faith while becoming true disciples of Jesus Christ.
A few of the special faith traditions which have been handed down and continue today include:
- Older students mentoring younger students during the weekly all-school Masses
- All Saints Mass parade with costuming and participation by various grades
- Weekly all-school prayer service during Advent
- Living Rosary presentation during Catholic Schools Week
- Stations of the Cross presented throughout Lent, culminating in a “Living Stations” event by the 8th grade
- All-school evening May Crowning celebration presented by the 2nd and 8th grades