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Student Life

Student life at St. Thomas High School is filled with activity and tradition. The young men of St. Thomas are first and foremost students navigating a challenging curriculum that prepares them for college and 21st century careers. They are also enriched by a great many activities that contribute to their education and shape their character.

Athletics, clubs and service opportunities bind them together through shared experiences that foster friendships, leadership, creativity and spiritual growth. Our students embrace the rituals that have been part of St. Thomas for generations and after four short years, go forward to join the lifelong brotherhood of St. Thomas alumni.

The cafeteria is open before school beginning at 6:30 a.m. for breakfast, studying or just gathering. Breakfast, hot lunches and a variety of other items are available from Sage Dining Services. Please click on each link below to learn more about Sage Dining at St. Thomas.

Parking Permits

All students that park at St. Thomas High School are required to purchase and display a parking permit. This permit is valid only during the school year it is purchased. Parking permits may be purchased online in our Eagle Store beginning August 1st. Additionally they may be purchased in the Business Office in person. Parking permits may not be purchased over the phone. A completed Vehicle Registration Form will be needed to pick up the parking permit. All instructions are on the top of the form.

Parking Guidelines

Students need to display their parking permit on the rear-view mirror at all times.

Student parking is located in our parking garage. Vehicles on campus should be properly parked and locked when not in use. The school is not responsible for damage or theft of the vehicles parked nor for the property in them.

Levels two and three of the garage are for seniors only. Since it is possible to have more seniors than spaces on these two levels this will be on a first come first serve basis each day. All other students will park on levels four and five.

Additional information regarding student parking is on page 17 of the Student-Parent Handbook.
The Choices Program is a high-risk behavior prevention AND treatment program that is run in conjunction with The Council on Recovery. The mission of the Choices Program is to prevent, reduce and treat high-risk behavior through a comprehensive education and counseling program involving all members of the school community including students, parents and faculty.

Each year students take an anonymous survey regarding current prevalence rates of student high-risk behavior. Choices utilizes this data to create prevention programming and treatment specifically tailored to the needs of the STH community. Education focuses on the effects of high-risk behavior on the developing adolescent brain and increasing the use of executive functioning skills. Contact Patrick Hagler at 713-864-6348 x 254. Communication is confidential.
College acceptance rate for STH class of 2016
STH students scored 3 or higher on AP exams
Community service hours performed by STH students this school year
State titles in various sports won by STH in 116 years