Admissions

Level of Instruction

St. Thomas Aquinas School provides Preschool through Grade 6 instruction to students. Our Preschool program is popular and fills up quickly, and parents are encouraged to call to ascertain openings. Both a 2-day-a-week 3-year-old program and a 3-day-a-week 4-year-old program are offered by a State certified teacher with an associate.

Enrollment

Children who are five years of age by September 15 are eligible to enroll for entrance into kindergarten. Children who are six years of age by September 15 are eligible to enroll for entrance into the first grade. In the spring parents of students who will be in kindergarten are invited to an information night. The following day the incoming kindergartners are invited to spend time experiencing the program for themselves. Those interested in enrolling students may call the school office (832-1346) with questions.

Classes

Our students are under the instruction of State certified teachers, and experienced, certified staff support their work. Our class size ratio is 17:1. This average class size provides students with large enough classes to be challenged among peers while they are small enough to allow for excellent individual attention in addition to the regular academic program, music, physical education, computer lab and art personnel teach students.

Tuition

Students are charged tuition. Call the School office (832-1346) for current rates. St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School will accept students of any religious conviction. However, as a student, everyone is considered a part of the total school community and will be included and expected to participate in all activities scheduled as part of the class day and all required classes, even those of a religious nature.

While we are committed to meeting the individual needs of students, St. Thomas Aquinas School recognizes that it may not be possible to do justice to all types of students. Therefore, the school reserves the right to dismiss a student if it is later determined that the student has needs which cannot be met by the school staff. This could include such things as medical, behavioral or learning needs.