St. Thomas More is a Catholic, coeducational high school that inspires students to embrace the values of our Patron Saint by becoming Men and Women for All Seasons. Rooted in Christ and the Catholic tradition, the school community embodies the principles of Christian discipleship, service to others, and academic excellence.
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St. Thomas More High School provides students with the foundation to lead humbly, always seek truth and knowledge, and answer God's call to serve. We aim to create a community of graduates who strive for excellence in all their endeavors through lifelong scholarship, authentic Christian discipleship, conscientious citizenship, and becoming Men and Women for All Seasons.
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What Sets Us Apart?
STM molds students who are prepared for anything God throws at them.
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Here are some of the latest stories from St. Thomas More!
Our students have many opportunities to test their abilities in a wide range of subjects, clubs, and sports, increasing their engagement in school and cultivating skills they can use throughout their lives.
Talia Muro, Parent of Four Cavaliers
We chose St. Thomas More first and foremost because of its strong faith foundation. St. Thomas More is a school that cares, and it shows in the way that everyone feels like family.
Aliscia Benetti, STM Dean of Academics
Each student is as diverse as our subjects of inquiry, and as teachers, we aim to establish an environment where students gain the skills necessary to succeed in whichever path they choose.
Joey Kendzierski (STM '19)
At St. Thomas More, my teachers taught me more than just the material needed to perform well on the next test. They taught me how to become a lifelong learner who thinks critically, solves problems creatively and analytically, and always seeks the truth.
St. Thomas More is a Catholic, coeducational high school that inspires students to embrace the values of our Patron Saint by becoming men and women for all seasons. Rooted in Christ and the Catholic tradition, the school community embodies the principles of Christian discipleship, service to others, and academic excellence.