St. Thomas the Apostle School 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 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)
Dear Families and Friends,
At this time of year we are given a tremendous opportunity to practice the 3 virtues of faith, hope and charity.
During lent we examine in depth our spiritual life. Our faith is a blessing given to us by God and we must nurture it.
Charity is a practice we hear much about during lent. It may take the form of good work or almsgiving. It is our opportunity for us to show the love of God.
Hope defines the Easter season because it is only through Christ's death and resurrection that we are redeemed.
Each of us are called to instill these virtues in others. They are woven into the day at St. Thomas the Apostle School and we ask that you continue to weave them into your family life.