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The Office of the Dean of Students is responsible for the well-being of our students, with special emphasis given to the areas of attendance, health, and discipline.

We enforce rules and regulations of STHS and manage record-keeping for both internal and external requirements including, but not limited to:  student punctuality, late arrivals, early dismissals, absences, in-school medical needs, Magnus Health accounts, Student-Parent Handbook, student behavior, and student safety.

For all policies and procedures including but not limited to attendance, health, and discipline, please read and review the current Student Parent Handbook.

March 20, 2020

Dear STH Community,

We are writing to inform you about the potential exposure of our community to Coronavirus (COVID-19). It has been confirmed that a parent of an STH track & field student-athlete has tested positive for COVID-19. The family has communicated to us that they are under quarantine at this time, and that our student has started experiencing some symptoms. However, the doctor has advised that the family remain under quarantine and proceed under the assumption that he will test positive. The family will notify us of any new updates, and we will provide any additional details as they become available.  

During this time of uncertainty, I know that so many of you are concerned about your health, the well-being of those in your life, and our community, who are most vulnerable to the virus. Please know that our faculty and staff members are working tirelessly to ensure that our community can move forward in a positive way. I appreciate their efforts and your patience while we work together to strengthen our community while practicing our motto of goodness, discipline and knowledge. 

We will remain in constant communication with local health officials and state education agencies as we work to ensure the best maintenance of our school. If we want to get our children back to school, it is important as a community that we act — through social distancing and other preventive measures as requested by authorities — and do our part to limit its effects.

If you or a member of your household has been exposed to COVID-19 or for any reason feel they should be tested, please do not hesitate to reach out to your healthcare provider. We ask that any positive results of any family member be conveyed to the Dean of Students office immediately. If any other decisions are made, we will plan to notify you as soon as possible.

Thank you for all you do to help keep our community safe and healthy. 


Fr. James Murphy, CSB                         Dr. Aaron Dominguez

President, St. Thomas High School       Principal, St. Thomas High School

For general questions and to report absences, late arrivals, and early dismissals, please contact our office using one of the following:
713-864-6348 x 109

For any Magnus Health or general health related questions, contact Gail Calkins (713-864-6348 x 188).

Click on the link below to view a PDF of the Student-Parent Handbook.

St. Thomas High School will offer transportation services with wifi-enabled buses for students living in the Cypress, Kingwood, and Spring communities.

We offer morning pick-up and after school drop-off at the following locations:

St. Edward Catholic School (Spring)
2602 Spring Stuebner Rd
Spring, TX 77389
Pick-up from St. Edward is at 6:30 AM.
Departure from St. Thomas High School is at 4:00 PM.

St. Martha Catholic School (Kingwood)
2411 Oak Shores Dr
Kingwood, TX 77339
Pick-up from St. Martha is at 6:30 AM.
Departure from St. Thomas High School is at 4:00 PM.

Christ the Redeemer Catholic School (Cypress)
11507 Huffmiester Rd
Houston, TX 77065
Pick-up from Christ the Redeemer is at 6:30 AM.
Departure from St. Thomas High School is at 4:00 PM.

$1,000 annual fee per student (not family), fully paid at time of reservation.

All reservations are on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations are confirmed upon receipt of signed agreement, parent/student information page, and full payment to the St. Thomas High School Business Office.


For more information, please email

Rod Takacs (B.A., Government, University of Texas at Austin) began teaching at St. Thomas in 1997. Mr. Takacs currently serves as the Dean of Students.

Gail Calkins (B.S., University of Texas at Austin) joined the staff at St. Thomas in 2013. She currently serves as Assistant Dean of Students.