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Student Organizations

Students who participate in extracurricular activities reap the benefit of the total St. Thomas educational experience.

Student organizations provide avenues for cultural and spiritual growth. Students who participate in school publications, clubs and activities make friends who share their interests and develop character through performing acts of public service.

Click on the link below to view a list of Clubs and Student Organizations offered at St. Thomas.
The goal of student publications is two-fold. Number one is to produce publications that are student-generated, about students and their interests. The second is to produce quality publications that can compete regionally and nationally. Students in Publications classes learn each year that fulfilling the first goal inevitably allows them to achieve the second. The staffs of Aquin (yearbook) and The Eagle (newspaper) spend many hours producing publications that students actually read, use and enjoy. Publications students use the latest digital technology to execute each phase of the publishing process. The Publications Lab is a fully-digital environment, allowing students to gain practical experience on the most popular platforms in the industry. Students utilize Adobe Creative Cloud to design and build the newspaper and yearbook.

Publications Faculty

Will Nash (B.A. English, Texas A&M University, M.A. English, National University) started teaching at St. Thomas in 2005. His teaching assignments include Advanced English II, English II and Publications Adviser.

Steve Pothier (B.A. Philosophy and the Liberal Arts, St. Joseph Seminary College) started teaching at St. Thomas in 2017. His teaching assignments include English II and Publications Adviser.