Our mission at Saint Thomas More High School is to love, educate, and serve young people in the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Saint Thomas More educates students in a safe, caring, college preparatory environment, emphasizing Catholic faith and morals, and academic excellence and innovation. Providing a family-like atmosphere, Saint Thomas More nurtures the whole person: spiritual, ethical, intellectual, emotional, and physical, preparing young people to become living signs of Christ's love to the world. Enrollment: 439 students in 2009-2010 (46% female, 54% male). Faculty: 35 faculty members. All of our faculty members have secondary education degrees, nearly half have master's degrees. Student/Teacher Ratio: 15:1 Average Class Size: 22 students Percentage of Graduates Attending College: 98%. Our 2010 graduates earned $2.3 million in college scholarships. 5 Year Average ACT Score: 22.8 (compared with 22.2 (sate of WI) and 21 (nationally) Campus: 16-acre campus which includes football/soccer field, baseball and softball diamonds, tennis courts, track and adjacent parking lots. Class Schedule: Traditional schedule with eight class periods daily. School begins at 7:43 a.m. and ends at 2:46 p.m. History: Saint Thomas More was formed in 1972 through the merger of Don Bosco and Pio Nono, all-boys' high schools. The west building originally housed the St. Francis Minor Seminary. In 1989, TM became co-ed.