St. Thomas Community Mourns Loss of Deacon Leonard Paul Lockett

It is with great sadness that the St. Thomas campus community mourns the loss of Deacon Leonard Paul Lockett, valued faculty member and contributor to St. Thomas Campus Ministry. He passed away April 25 after a long illness. A beloved supporter of the St. Thomas family, Lockett leaves a legacy that will have a lasting [...]

By |2020-04-26T10:58:55-05:00April 26th, 2020|Academics, Campus News|13 Comments

Clay Culture | Travis Froboese ’20 Earns Breakthrough National Acclaim in Ceramic Arts

The mission of St. Thomas Fine Arts is to create a curiosity for scholars to explore their intuitive talents, navigate their inquisitive journeys, and express themselves while possibly gaining national recognition. One of the most complete and diverse programs in Texas is shepherd by faculty member Mike Nebel. And the next breakthrough example extending the [...]

By |2020-03-30T14:40:10-05:00March 30th, 2020|Academics, Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments

St. Thomas Campus Community Transitions to Distance Learning in Response to COVID-19

On Wednesday, March 11, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic - an outbreak of a serious new disease with sustained transmission throughout the world. St. Thomas stakeholders and academic executives immediately began planning a response to the global outbreak of COVID-19. President Fr. James Murphy, CSB and principal Dr. Aaron Dominguez ‘96 [...]

By |2020-03-24T23:16:56-05:00March 24th, 2020|Academics, Campus News, Student Life|1 Comment

Message to St. Thomas Family | Reconvening for Remote Learning and Looking Head

St. Thomas Family, A hallmark of our Basilian institution since its inception in 1900 is its unshakable sense of community. Our purpose is always the health and well being of our scholars, faculty, and staff, and that priority has dramatically heightened during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. We pray that our extended Eagle families are safe [...]

By |2020-03-23T15:00:20-05:00March 23rd, 2020|Academics, Alumni, Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments

Choral Director and Faculty Member Josh Wilson Shares in Houston Chamber Choir Grammy Award

Stevie Wonder and John Williams.  Tony Bennett and Beyoncé.  Henry Mancini and Yo-Yo Ma. U2 and Take 6. Bruce and Ray and Aretha. Grammy Award Winners all, richly recognized during the previous seven-plus decades for recordings that balanced innovation and timeliness in a way that made them widely resonant. And Josh Wilson, the St. Thomas choral director [...]

By |2020-03-05T16:00:35-06:00March 5th, 2020|Academics, Campus News|0 Comments

20 in ’20 | The Most Impactful Identities of St. Thomas Academics and Development Since 2010 | Fourth and Final in Series

How do we remember our contributors? Some leave indelible impressions through tenure over years or even decades, thereby becoming part of an institution’s fabric through their dependable presence. Others shine brightly, creating unforgettable memories regardless of their longevity. Others still permeate our consciousness for their role as selfless facilitators, whether lifting colleagues or the community [...]

By |2020-03-06T11:10:30-06:00February 24th, 2020|Academics, Alumni, Campus News, Faculty Profiles|0 Comments

20 in ’20 | The Most Impactful Identities of St. Thomas Academics and Development Since 2010 | Third in Series

How do we remember our contributors? Some leave indelible impressions through tenure over years or even decades, thereby becoming part of an institution’s fabric through their dependable presence. Others shine brightly, creating unforgettable memories regardless of their longevity. Others still permeate our consciousness for their role as selfless facilitators, whether lifting colleagues or the community [...]

By |2020-03-06T10:58:25-06:00February 17th, 2020|Academics, Alumni, Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments

20 in ’20 | The Most Impactful Identities of St. Thomas Academics and Development Since 2010 | Second in Series

How do we remember our contributors? Some leave indelible impressions through tenure over years or even decades, thereby becoming part of an institution’s fabric through their dependable presence. Others shine brightly, creating unforgettable memories regardless of their longevity. Others still permeate our consciousness for their role as selfless facilitators, whether lifting colleagues or the community [...]

By |2020-03-06T10:49:38-06:00February 10th, 2020|Academics, Alumni, Campus News|0 Comments

20 in ’20 | The Most Impactful Identities of St. Thomas Academics and Development Since 2010 | First in Series

How do we remember our contributors? Some leave indelible impressions through tenure over years or even decades, thereby becoming part of an institution’s fabric through their dependable presence. Others shine brightly, creating unforgettable memories regardless of their longevity. Others still permeate our consciousness for their role as selfless facilitators, whether lifting colleagues or the community [...]

By |2020-04-10T12:56:55-05:00February 3rd, 2020|Academics, Alumni, Campus News, Support|0 Comments

Six Scholar Performers Excel at TPSMEA State Choir Concert

Six St. Thomas scholar performers excelled at the Texas Private School Music Educators Association All-State ensembles. Charles Boutte ‘20, Raphael Mamaradlo ‘21, Noah Mims ‘21, Leonardo Morales ‘21, Leo Wilson ‘21, and James Dickinson ‘23 earned exclusive recognition among the best private school musicians from the state. Previously in the academic year their recorded auditions [...]

By |2020-01-29T13:50:44-06:00January 29th, 2020|Academics, Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments