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Welcome to St. Thomas High School. To better prepare your son for a successful transition to St. Thomas, the admissions department has compiled a list of important terms, dates, and website links.

The Admissions Department is here to help you navigate the journey to becoming a St. Thomas Eagle. Our knowledgeable staff is happy to answer your questions about your future at St. Thomas High School.

Parents of incoming freshmen and transfer students are invited to be Fr. Murphy’s guests for breakfast. Hear his vision for the school, ask questions and meet other new STH parents. July 29, 30, 31, August 1 and 2, 2019 from 8am – 9am (Campus Location to be announced). Register by emailing Please include the name of each person attending and your choice of date.

Sage Dining is our cafeteria catering service for the 2019-20 school year. No credit cards or debit cards may be used in the cafeteria but you may open a spending account for your son or fund an existing account. The MyKidsSpending link will open in July. You will need your son’s student ID number in order to open an account with MyKidsSpending. St. Thomas High School strongly urges all parents to open and fund an account. Freshmen and transfer students will need to bring cash for purchases until they receive their student ID cards, usually provided after the first couple of days of school. Only student ID cards can be used to access the spending accounts.

Note: A Sage Dining account is optional and not required for students. A student may bring his packed lunch from home.

For information about Camp Aquinas (August 12 to 16), including activities and packing list, please click here.

Your son’s schedule will be available on your STH portal by early July.

In depth information regarding the St. Thomas High School dress code can be found in our Student-Parent Handbook. We highly recommend a visit to our Used Uniform Sale on Thursday, August 8, 2019. Gently used, dress code appropriate clothes can be purchased along with gently used STH athletic items.

This week includes various camaraderie building activities between the freshmen and their assigned seniors. The week of August 19 – 23 includes breakfast with your senior, team pie eating contests and much more.

Used Uniform Sale – August 8, 2019

Transfer Orientation – August 8, 2019

First Day of School – August 12, 2019

Camp Aquinas – August 12 – 16, 2019

Fish Week – August 19 – 23, 2019

Underclassmen Picture Day – August 23, 2019

Follow Your Son’s Schedule – August 28, 2019

New Parent Orientation – August 21, 2019

STH vs. Strake Football Game – August 30, 2019

Walk-a-Thon – September 11, 2019

For other upcoming events throughout the school year, please view the school calendar.

Magnus Health is our web-based student medical record company which provides an online solution for collecting, accessing and protecting your son’s vital health information, as well as all required school forms for the school year. Magnus Health will send an informational email to each family in the beginning of July. Please look for it and have it completed before school starts.

All freshmen and transfer students must upload a physical dated on or after April 15, 2019, to their Magnus Health account by the Magnus deadline.

Students who elect to see a personal physician for their physical exam, click here to download the STH Physical Form and then upload the completed documents to your Magnus Health account.

*IMPORTANT: All freshmen must have Magnus Health complete in order to attend Camp Aquinas.

Parking Permits

  • All students who park at St. Thomas High School are required to purchase and display parking permits. Permit are valid only during the school year they are purchased. Parking permits may be purchased online in the STH Eagle Store beginning August 1. 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. 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. All information and regulations regarding student parking and driving on campus begin on page 18 of the Student-Parent Handbook.
  • Vehicle Registration Form

Student Drop Off/Pick Up

  • In early June, St. Thomas High School will begin construction of a perimeter fence with specific access gates and exit gates. As the summer progresses, Dr. Dominguez will send out a detailed map with instructions on how to access and exit the school. Details will include instructions on drop off and pick up of students.

Bus Transportation

  • St. Thomas High School offers three bus routes from the Cypress, Kingwood, and Spring areas. If you are interested in joining those bus routes, click here for more information.

An informational video was sent, via parent email, to instruct parents on portal login. Once logged into your parent portal, you can access your son’s course selection. A separate email will be sent to parents in early July with information regarding student STH email, student ID number, and class schedule for the 2019-2020 school year.

MBS Direct is our online Virtual Bookstore for the 2019-20 school year. All required digital and print textbooks are sold through our online Virtual Bookstore. We use a “Shop by Schedule” system which will use your son’s course schedule to select books for you. Please look for an email from our IT Director, Christopher Hodge, at the beginning of July which will explain the process. The virtual bookstore will not open until July 1, 2019. At that time, your son’s schedule will have been uploaded into the online bookstore and you will have your son’s new school email address which you will need to purchase books. For further information about books and the process, click here and scroll down to the “Bookstore” dropdown.

The main office will be open from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday.

The main office will be closed for the July 4th holiday on Thursday, July 4 and Friday, July 5.

Dr. Maxwell M. Holmes and Claudia Walker will be taking vacation during the summer; however, they will be checking their emails when able.

Please click here to view your son’s Summer Reading List. Assignments can be found by clicking on the title of the book. You may purchase your son’s NEW summer reading books from MBS Direct or from any book outlet; however, you must follow the listed ISBN number exactly and you must buy NEW.

Freshmen tablet orientation and distribution will occur during the week at Camp Aquinas.

Transfer students will receive their tablets with an orientation at Transfer Orientation on Thursday, August 8.

St. Thomas High School class schedule runs on a modified block system. The three basic bell schedules are as follows:

  • Monday and Friday are a Schedule #1; Eight 45 minute classes
  • Tuesday and Wednesday are a Schedule #2; Four 90 minute classes
  • Thursday is a Schedule #9; Eight 35 minute classes with either a late start or an early dismissal

Please click here for a list of bell schedules. There are many times during the year, depending on outside influences, that the bell schedule will change. Always refer to the school calendar to verify what schedule the school is running for a given day. It is the student’s responsibility to know what schedule is being run on any given day.

Walk-a-Thon is a fundraiser sponsored by Student Council to raise money for fun activities for students throughout the year. By investing a predetermined dollar amount in a designated level of membership, you fund activities for students throughout the year while creating a savings for your student on the designated activities. Walk-a-thon is scheduled for Wednesday, September 11, 2019. A flyer will come home with your son explaining the different levels of commitment and the rewards your son earns with that commitment.