• Admissions Information

  • Welcome to St. Thomas More Catholic School

    Learning Jesus, Loving Jesus, Living Jesus
  • At St. Thomas More Catholic School we encourage our students to recognize the inner beauty of the individual and stress the importance of accepting and viewing people as they are seen in the eyes of God. In a climate of prayer and worship and as a member of the Catholic faith community, we look to the beauty of the past and the hope of the future.
    We strive to create an environment that enables students to grow spiritually, academically, socially, and physically. We are committed to the values of Catholic education and the goal of bringing each student to the fullest potential through religious training, academics, service and moral development.
    The integration of religious truths and values with the rest of life is brought about in the Catholic school not only by the unique curriculum, but more importantly, by the presence of teachers who express an integrated approach to learning and living in their private and professional lives.
    • I have been an STM parent since 2004. I cherish all of the memories we have made and those we have yet to make. My daughter transitioned to high school beautifully from STM and my son is an active member of the school community. He is involved in enrichment, basketball, soccer, altar serving, and choir. STM has something to offer everyone. The school is truly a blessing to so many families.

      Parent of Graduate and 5th Grader
    • STM is not just a school, it’s a family! We couldn’t love it more. Academics are obviously important, but much more critical to us are the values instilled in our boys every day.

      Parent of 3rd Grader and 5th Grader
  • We believe...

    • Children must feel safe and protected in order to learn at school.

    • Children are the community’s greatest asset and hope for the future.

    • The school community should embrace and nurture individual difference.

    • An educators’ instructional techniques should promote life-long learning.

    • A child’s feeling of self-worth is directly proportional to his/her success.

    • That mental, physical and social health are interrelated.

    • Children have differing talents and skills that educators should nurture and expand.

    • Every child can learn given the correct environment.

    • The school community should seek and uphold common ground within the community.