Saint Thomas Aquinas High School is a Catholic faith community which inspires, educates, and mentors students to embrace their unique mission and develop a relationship with Jesus.
Students are challenged to make their faith living, conscious and active.
At Saint Thomas Aquinas, students are fostered in a climate where they are known and loved, just like family.
Students of all academic abilities are guided to fulfill their personal God-given potential and prepare them for success.
We aim to teach student-athletes the importance of ethical behavior, good sportsmanship, and positive values.
Clubs, activities and athletic programs allow students to explore their interests and discover their strengths.
Gifts to Saint Thomas Aquinas represent not only faith in the work of the school, but also belief in our collective future.
For the second year in a row, Niche has ranked Saint Thomas Aquinas High School #1!
This year's Middle School Tailgate was electric! 🤩 Performances by our Saints Band, Cheer Squad, and Dance Team got the evening rockin'!
But it was our Middle School Half-time scrimmage featuring Prince of Peace Catholic School vs. Cure' of Ars Catholic School that got us in the spirit of celebrating our youth of the Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in KS! We look forward to seeing these faces back on the field wearing our blue and gold! 😉
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Upper level French and German students recently wrapped up a unit studying the fine arts. Students researched a topic of their choice, created projects to display their research, and discussed with peers in the target language what they learned.
Check out the German “Ausstellungen” (“exhibit posters”) and French “salles d’exhibition” (“exhibition rooms”)!
The two groups united for a visit to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art to experience many fine works of art in person.
Chelsie Kane's advanced ceramics class are in the middle of wheel throwing lessons and animal constructions. We cannot wait to see these glazed and finished,
Engineering students developed a project for Mathematics teacher Mr. Ernst to create a dry-erase marker and eraser holder for the whiteboards in the Math Department. Students were graded on function, design, cost, etc. Each Math teacher came by and “ordered” a holder (or more if needed) for their classroom.