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a community gathering enjoying middle school tailgate

The best way to decide if Saint Thomas Aquinas High School is right for you is to visit our supportive and enthusiastic community! 


Discover Saint Thomas Aquinas

As in any meaningful relationship, getting acquainted is an essential first step. We want you to visit our campus so your family can discover what makes Saint Thomas Aquinas High School unique.

Class of 2028
Student and Parent Orientation

Saturday, February 24th

Join us as we gather our Class of 2028 for the first time on Saturday, February 24th at 9 am. We will discuss course selection for their freshmen year. You will also hear from Campus Ministry, our Administration Team and our Student Life Office. No registration needed. Please attend if you are enrolled for next year or thinking about enrolling.

Becoming a Saint

Saint for a Day

September - May

A chance for eighth graders to meet faculty and staff members, mingle with current students, enjoy a delicious lunch, and experience a day in action. Students may select only one day to shadow. Click link below to create your parent portal account and register for Saint for a Day.

Shadow a Student

Placement Test

March 23, 2024

All incoming freshmen are asked to take the HSPT. The purpose of our Placement Test is to determine if you qualify for an academic scholarship and helps us to place you in the correct classes for your freshman year. 

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Free Pass for Any Middle Schooler

We invite you to see what our Saints community is like! Show this image at the gate for FREE ADMISSION to any home athletic event.

Spring Events

Coming Soon

President Schenck with students in front of school

Stay tuned for more fun opportunities to experience our Saints community!


Photo Gallery

Enjoy these photos from our past events! If you were unable to make it, please reach out and we would be happy to answer any questions as well as provide more information.

Open House 2023

Middle School Tailgate 2023

I attend Saint Thomas Aquinas because when meeting people from schools in the area I felt the most welcomed and accepted by the students of Aquinas.
Hazel Bethke, '24

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