Saint Thomas Aquinas High School

Our Graduates

Our Graduates
 
Alumni Academic Highlights
 
Class of 2016
 
  •  227 Grads
  •  224 College Bound
  •  100% Graduation rate
  •  71% of class received academic scholarships and awards totaling $12,072,710.00
  •  1 Military
  • 16 Students were awarded athletic scholarships
  •  2 Students signed contracts with professional athletic teams
  •  96% attend a four-year institution
  •  4% attend a two-year institution
  •  9% attend Catholic colleges
  •  28% attend college outside the state of Kansas
  •  15% attend private colleges
  •  3 students were recognized as Governor's Scholars 
  •  Seniors were accepted at 110 different colleges
  •  3 National Merit Finalists
  •  4 National Merit Commended Scholars
  •  57 Kansas State Scholars
  •  1 Student taking Gap Year
  •  36 Students with and ACT score of 30 or above
 
 
 
 
Class of 2015
 
  •  233 Grads
  •  233 College Bound
  •  24 Students were awarded athletic scholarships
  •  Of the 233, 94% will attend a four-year institution
  •  Of the 233, 6 % will attend a two-year institution
  •  8% (19) will attend a Catholic university
  •  34% will attend out of state colleges
  •  86% will attend public institutions
  •  14% will attend private institutions
  •  $10,087,300 awarded in Scholarship opportunities to 145 students
  •  3 students were recognized as Governor’s Scholars
  •  3 National Merit FINALISTS
  •  5 National Merit Commended Scholars
  •  Seniors were accepted at 117 different colleges
  •  70 graduates scored a composite ACT of 28 or greater
 
 
Class of 2014
 
  •  220 Grads
  •  219 College Bound
  •  1 Military
  •  21 Students were awarded athletic scholarships
  •  Of the 220, 92% will attend a four-year institution
  •  Of the 220, 7 % will attend a two-year institution
  •  14 % (32) will attend a Catholic university
  •  31% will attend out of state colleges
  •  80% will attend public institutions
  •  20% will attend private institutions
  •  $9,859,834 awarded in Scholarship opportunities to 137 students
  •  3 students were recognized as Governor’s Scholars
  •  2 National Merit FINALISTS
  •  3 National Merit Commended Scholars
  •  Seniors were accepted at 131 different colleges
  •  63 graduates scored a composite ACT of 28 or greater