St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Academy is determined by a firm belief that every child can learn and fulfill his/her potential. Rooted in our belief that Christ is our center, we instill in the students that God loves us, accepts us always, and forgives completely. As Christian educators we commit ourselves to live in the spirit of the Gospel and create an environment where students are inspired to grow spiritually, morally, intellectually, personally, and socially. The school community of St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Academy encourages equality and a belief in the dignity of every person. All our efforts as Christian educators are based on the conviction that Christ is "the way, the truth, and the life." (John 14:6)

Principal's Message

Dear Parents, Friends of STACA,

As the school year comes down to the final months, I would like to point out important upcoming events at St. Thomas.

May 3    Grades 5-8                   Trip to Applebee's

May 5     Ascension Thursday    SCHOOL OPEN 9AM Mass

May 7     First Communion         2nd Grade 10AM Mass

May 13   Spring Concert            Mulz Hall 5PM

May 17    May Crowning            9AM Mass

May 18    Grades 5-8                 Trip to Queens College

May 20    Art/Science Fair         3PM-6PM  88St Cafeteria

May 21    Ring Ceremony          4:30PM Mass

May 23    School Spirit Day        Mulz Hall

May 24    8th Grade Breakfast    Avenue Diner 11AM

May 25    State Science Performance Test    8th Grade

May 26    Teacher Religious Professional Day School Closed

May 27    8th Grade Trip

                State Science Performance Test    4th Grade

May 30    Memorial Day            School Closed


Joseph Carpenter


School News and Announcements

  • Winner Oratorical Contest
    Ilona Karmazinas, 8th grade was the winner for the Oratorical Contest at STACA.  Congratulations!
    Click on the pictures

    Posted Apr 26, 2016, 2:00 PM by Lucy Diaz
  • Religion Bee
    The students from St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Academy that represented us in the Religion Bee at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Academy were; Azaria Adams 7th grade, Giovanni Ramirez 5th grade, Krystal Seddon-Mattin 5th grade, and Yariela Gonzalez 4th grade.  They all did a phenomenal job and we are happy to announce that both Krystal and Yariela have moved on to the last round of the Religion Bee for the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens.  CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THEM!!!

    Posted Apr 6, 2016, 6:37 AM by Lucy Diaz
  • Untitled

    Posted Apr 21, 2016, 11:09 AM by Lucy Diaz
  • 100 Days of School - 1st grade

    Posted Mar 3, 2016, 8:19 AM by Lucy Diaz
  • Bishop Octavio Cisneros visits STACA Friday, February 5th 2016
    Mr. Carpenter, Bishop Cisneros, Mrs. Barbara McArdle, Diocese of Brooklyn and Deacon Francis Mateo

    Posted Feb 23, 2016, 11:16 AM by Lucy Diaz
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