School History

St. Thomas More is located on a 16-acre campus that originally housed
Pio Nono High School (1890) and St. Francis Minor Seminary (1941).

In 1972, two all-boys high schools, Don Bosco (1946) and Pio Nono, merged to form Thomas More High School.

Thomas More remained an all-boys school until 1989, when we first admitted female students.

To emphasize our Catholic identity, the “St.” was added in 2007 at the request of the Archbishop.


St. Thomas More Has a Rich History

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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