#TBT 2017 | Eagle Students Embrace Cultural Exchange Through Mission Trip to Cuba

This article originally appeared May 2017. For more than a decade St. Thomas foreign language dean Bill Dooley has served as an apostle of the human spirit, frequently chaperoning student groups to Central America to provide humanitarian welfare and promote the advancement of social reforms. He has mastered a familiarity with such excursions, “a definite [...]

By |2020-08-20T12:13:01-05:00August 19th, 2020|Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments

Proud to Unveil Jane and Bill Joplin ‘54 Campus Expansion | Promoting Success of Eagle Student-Athletes

St. Thomas is proud to unveil the Jane and Bill Joplin ‘54 Campus expansion, the latest priority project to support the school’s immediate strategic plan and promote the success of Eagle student-athletes in competition, in the classroom, and in the community. The Joplin Campus, named to recognize the extraordinary philanthropy of the Joplins during the [...]

Proud to Unveil Jane and Bill Joplin ‘54 Campus Expansion | Advancing the St. Thomas Footprint

St. Thomas is proud to unveil the Jane and Bill Joplin ‘54 Campus expansion, the latest priority project to support the school’s immediate strategic plan and promote the success of Eagle student-athletes in competition, in the classroom, and in the community. The Joplin Campus, named to recognize the extraordinary philanthropy of Jane and Bill during [...]

Bright Football Recruiting Lights Burn Hot for Cameron Bonner ’21

Once coronavirus infections were confirmed the first week of March, the nation’s commerce and capital roared to a halt, an alarm reverberating from wall street to main street, landlords to lenders. The world of American sports was put on pause and then stopped. But college football recruiting never does. Even through a pandemic. Three-star receiving [...]

2020 Breakfast With The President | Charting a Bright Future

Long before ‘‘coronavirus ‘and ‘pandemic’ had come to signify anxiety and disruption on the St. Thomas campus, in the United States, and around the world, the strength of the Eagle experience has come in part from the school’s welcoming spirit. Breakfast With The President has traditionally served as an enthusiastic engagement to receive the newest [...]

By |2020-08-03T18:48:43-05:00August 3rd, 2020|Academics, Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments

Kopp ’21 Roaring on Recruiting Circuit following Superb Showing at National Elite 11 Stage

Rising from an unprecedented lockdown to a promising liftoff. Maddox Kopp ‘21 has gained valuable momentum in the current recruiting cycle following his coveted invitation to the Elite 11 Finals, the nation’s premier quarterback camp and competition. Kopp was included among 20 top-rated high school performers, gripping the game's most exacting position, convening for a [...]

St. Thomas and “Eagles’ Nest” Publication Earn Dual Dose of National Acclaim

St. Thomas, partnering with designer KH Studio, is proud to be recognized by the prestigious National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) for the Eagles’ Nest Fall 2019 publication - the only individual school among six honorees to receive Merit distinction and one of only three private institutions nationally to earn acclaim in the Magazine category. [...]

Summer Message from President Father James Murphy, CSB

It’s summer. No really, it is. I’ve checked the calendar and compared the date with my welcome screen on my phone. The days, weeks, and months have blended together and I don’t think I’m alone in saying that I’m not 100%. Since March 13, when St. Thomas sent our students and faculty home for spring [...]

Commencement 2020 | Resilience, Recovery, Rising to Greater Heights

The lives of St. Thomas graduates are uniquely fortified by their four years of Basilian college preparatory. But rarely in the 120-year history of the institution has a graduating group been changed in unanticipated ways as the Class of 2020 - those who rallied with the resilience, determination, and adaptability throughout the unprecedented times and [...]

St. Thomas Sets June 8 Return for Eagle Football and Cross Country | Phased-Return for Student-Athletes

St. Thomas High School has set June 8 as the date for football and cross country student-athletes to return to campus. In the wake of the coronavirus shutting down and ripping up the spring calendar, Eagle Athletics enters the summer with at least a stationary target after nearly three months in the dark on what [...]

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