The mission of St. Thomas Aquinas is to provide students with a Catholic Christian education dedicated to the spiritual, moral, physical, and intellectual development of students through meaningful, Gospel-based learning experiences. Further, the school promotes Catholic family values of love, peace, and justice by working with home and parish communities to nurture students into responsible, contributing Christian citizens. Our goals are to provide the highest quality educational experience and environment; to build a supportive Christian community consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church; to foster creativity, independence, responsibility, and an ability to integrate classroom knowledge into everyday life; and to encourage students to mature in a disciplined and respectful atmosphere.
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