Campus Tours/shadowing

Open House

Open House is the perfect day for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade students and their families to tour and experience the St. Thomas campus. Families will meet current students, faculty, coaches and administration as well as tour Texas’ original college preparatory for young men. Prospective Eagles will hear about summer athletic and academic camps, see what elective courses and co-curricular after-school activities are available as well as visit class rooms, art rooms and labs. This year’s Open House begins at 1 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 9, in Cemo Auditorium on the west side of our campus.

Family and Small Group Tours

You may schedule a one-hour family or small group tour of our campus by contacting Jon Moody, Director of Admissions, or Keith Page, Assistant Director of Admissions.

The Eagle Experience (Shadowing)

The Eagle Experience is a half-day program that allows a student to sit in three classes and have lunch with a St. Thomas student. The lunch is provided. Students must be in STH dress code: Dockers style pants, collared shirt, belt, socks and casual brown or black leather dress shoes.

Eighth grade students who have (1) toured St. Thomas (either at Open House, with their school or on a family tour) and (2) applied for admission to St. Thomas may schedule an Eagle Experience by clicking the link below.

Please click this link to schedule a shadow visit.

Please note that there are particular dates available.  In general, there will be morning and afternoon sessions on the dates posted, and a limit of four students for each time period.  Students may list students they would prefer to shadow with, but there is not guarantee that we can make that placement, although we will try to do so.

For additional information, please email Admissions Director Jon Moody (


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