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The St. Thomas Alumni Board invites graduates of all ages to renew the bonds of our STH brotherhood, participate in professional development events and share our faith. We promote networking opportunities through a mix of on-campus and off-campus programs, including hosting events to bring alumni together in other cities.

Our loyal alumni support the school by sponsoring several annual events, including the St. Thomas Golf Tournament; Alumni Weekend; Casio Night and the Eagle Eye Clay Shooting Tournament. We also honor deserving alumni each year with the Distinguished Alumni and Service Awards.

Eagle Eye Clay Shoot Tournament
August 28, 2021
Greater Houston Sports Club

Catholic Bowl
September 4, 2021
STH Varsity Football @ Ford Center, Frisco Texas

San Antonio Alumni Gathering
October 1, 2021
STH Varsity Football vs. Central Catholic

Alumni Rooftop Tailgate and Reunion
October 8, 2021
Celebrating the Classes ending in 0, 1, 5, and 6

Sports Hall of Fame Banquet
November 2021
Honoring the 2020 Induction Class

Good ‘Ol Boys Luncheon
December 17, 2021

When: Saturday, August 28, 2021

  • Check-In Begins at 8 AM
  • Tournament Play Begins at 9 AM

Where: Greater Houston Sports Club

  • 6700 McHard Road, Houston, Texas 77053
  • (281)-437-6025

Click HERE to register your team and / or sponsorship TODAY!

Click HERE to access the Clay Shoot Brochure for Mail In Registration and Tournament Details.

2021 Tournament Co-Chairmen

  • Chris Kuhn ’09
  • Connor Lynch ’09
  • Kyle Rynd ’09
  • Mona and Thomas Ignas ‘85


Live out Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge in the Alumni Mentorship Program! Join this great service opportunity and help spark interests in a St. Thomas student’s future career path by sharing valuable insight, advice, and stories from your own!

Register Now


Dates: Program runs from September 13 – November 26, 2021.

Partnership: You will be paired with one student who shows high interests in your surrounding career / industry.

Commitment: Two 30 minute sessions each month through phone or video communication. Totaling 5 Sessions.

Support from STH: The Counseling Department will provide suggested outline topics to add structure for each session.

Mentoring Role: Provide feedback and answers to students’ questions and thoughts on the career and industry. There is autonomy for you and the student to create an experience that best fits you both.

Closing Celebration Invitation: Mentors will be invited to attend the students’ poster presentations and a lunch on campus.


  • Commitment to your Matched Student
  • Willingness to share your experiences
  • Completion of Virus or Safe Haven training within the last 5 years ***Diocesan requirement for anyone interacting with minors. If you do not have a current training certificate, it can be done quickly and easily HERE.


For questions, please email Program Director, Kim Shipman: or Alumni Director, Steve Cummings: