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June 10- Aug 15:
Summer Office Hours
9:00am - 2:00pm Mon-Thur
9:00am - Noon Friday

Offices Closed July 4 - July 7

Regular Hours begin Aug 15

July 28- STA Youth (gr 3-8) Footbal Camp, 5:30pm-8:00pm at Sirpilla Stadium (registration begins at 5pm)
... details & forms

ATTN Young Men of STA:
All young men turning 18 must register with the selective service... details. Questions, see guidance office.

Class of 74 Reunion ... details

Class Reunion/Cruise Ship ... details

STA News

Congratulations Knights Baseball!
Players & Coach Honored by the North Coast League!!
Coach Joe Bishop - Coach of the Year!!
Evan Vernier - NCL MVP!!

All League First Team:
Evan Vernier
Daniel Piero
Danny DiGiambattista
Sam Pusateri

NCL Second Team:
Anthony Moeglin
Jeff Burchett
Michael Greene

Honorable Mention:
Frank DiMarzio

Evan Vernier - Alliance Review - Male Athlete of the Week!... details

Kalee Soehnlen - Alliance Review - Female Athlete of the Week!... details

Molly Pusateri - Alliance Review - Female Athlete of the Week!... details

Lady Knights Track Team wins Jason Manse Relays... details

Sam Pusateri selected Repository Male Athlete of the Week... details

Leslie Flynn, Matt Miller & Douglas Hutnick are honored with the Eagle of the Cross Award!!...details

Victoria Nash Selected to 2014 HOF Court!... details

Congratulations Track Teams
Lady Knights win NCL Championship
Boys Team finishes 2nd Coach Crawford named Coach of the Year!... details

STA Baseball Claims NCL League Championship! ...details

Congratulations Caroline & Chandler Kraft!
Caroline was selected as one of 15 ballet dancers across the country to study the Russian language, culture and ballet at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy for 6 weeks this summer.
Chandler is going to Scotland this summer to play in the American High School Championship at St. Andrews... details

Congratulations Lady Knights win Big Ox... details

Congratulations Girls Basketball! All Stark County & District Award Winners...details

Erin DeMarco Scholarship ... details

Recycling Fundraiser ... details

Welcome to St. Thomas Aquinas High School



Introducing the "House System"

July 1, 2014

This past spring, a new initiative was introduced to the Class of 2015. The “House System” will be implemented at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.

The “House System” is common in European schools. The system places students into smaller communities to increase opportunities for student leadership and adult mentoring, and provides an exciting and positive opportunity for the Aquinas community. Students will be building even closer relationships and experiencing a deeper sense of belonging.

There will be 12 Houses of approximately 20-25 students who remain in the same House for their full four years. Named after famous Catholic saints, thinkers and writers, the Houses include freshmen through seniors. Throughout the year, Houses compete in a variety of contests and competitions to encourage unity and pride. Each House has its own motto, mascot, colors, banner and student-designed T-shirt. The Senior class leaders will work closely with “House Parent(s)”, who are faculty, staff and administration. Students can refer to each other as their “House Brothers” and “House Sisters”.

Much information has been gathered and compiled during the past school year. Each House will meet together in the first couple of weeks of school to get to know each other, discuss house motto, flag, mascot, etc. Throughout the school year, Houses will compete against one another in various activities. Points are awarded to the Houses for academics, creativity, attendance at school, and events for sports, clubs, theater and music shows. Points will also be awarded to Houses who participate in outreach, mission trips, collections for non-profit groups and more. At the end of the year, points accumulated for each House will be combined with the points awarded during MAY DAY. The House with the most points will be recognized and receive a reward.

On Sunday, July 13, 2014 from 6-8:30pm in The Commons of St. Thomas Aquinas High School, the Class of 2015 and the House Committee members will gather for dinner and a discussion about the House System.

Since this is a new program, it is still in its developing stages. As we continue to grow in the system, we will adapt and adjust for the following school year. We are excited about this opportunity to enhance our Aquinas community! More information will be available once the school year has begun.


OHSAA Physical Form Download



Attention Parents of Student Athletes!

STA Adopts OHSAA's Digital Physical Form

STA Administration has decided to go with online physicals since OHSAA is replacing the paper physical forms with the PrivIT e-PPE (electronic Pre-Participation Evaluation) secure online solution beginning May 1 for the 2014-2015 academic year.  Click to read the informational letter about this new process. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Matt Bing at 330.875.1634

Please register and download the forms you need to take to your physical.


St. Thomas Aquinas announces Middle School for 6th, 7th and 8th graders for 2014-15 school year....

STA Middle School Frequenly Asked Questions & Answers

STA High School & Middle School Tuition Plans

We are currently accepting Middle School applications for the 2014-2015 school year.  All questions can be directed to Mrs. Stacey Dougherty, Director of Admissions, at 330.875.1631, ext 301 or sdougherty@stahs.org.



St. Thomas Aquinas High School is a private, Catholic, four-year coeducational school operated by the Diocese of Youngstown. The traditions of Truth, Scholarship and Excellence began in 1964, when St. Thomas Aquinas opened as a co-institutional  school with separate girl's and boy's divisions. In 1970, the school became coeducational.

The school provides an environment in which the teaching, learning and application of Christ-centered values in the Catholic faith tradition encourages and fosters religious maturation, academic growth and social development among all members of the St. Thomas Aquinas High School community. We exist to serve by preparing our students to become effective members of the Christian community as well as the larger world community.

Entrusted in Faith
Excited by Hope
Emerged from Love

Jordan Hunt St. Thomas Aquinas High School 2121 Reno Dr. N.E.,
Louisville, Ohio 44641 USA
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