School Closure
St. Thomas Aquinas High School and Middle School will be closed starting Friday, March 13 through Sunday, May 3. At this time, we plan for classes to resume Monday, May 4.  We have plans for online learning, please continue to be on the lookout for communications from our staff.
Please join us in prayer for all those affected by the Coronavirus. We will continue to keep our students, staff, Aquinas family, the community-at-large, our state, and our nation in our prayers. We hope these steps will help us flatten the curve of the number of people impacted by COVID-19. Stay healthy and safe!  

Right to Life

March for life The Roman Catholic Church upholds the consistent ethic of life. This means all human beings have a right to life from conception to natural death. In support of this fundamental belief, St. Thomas Aquinas proudly partakes in activities of our local Right to Life chapter. St. Thomas Aquinas participates with the National Life Chain Stand for Life at the intersection of Dressler and Everhard in Belden Village. This project began in California in 1987 and is now a yearly nationwide event.

St. Thomas Aquinas also participates in the March for Life. Each year students and parents of St. Thomas Aquinas depart for Washington on Sunday evening and travel overnight by bus to arrive in the nations capital at the crack of dawn. Last years experience of this event was extremely empowering. It was amazing to see so many people fighting for life! St. Thomas Aquinas plans on filling a bus again this year as part of the Stark Right to Life effort. Chaperones will be needed for this extraordinary experience.

These are wonderful opportunities for St. Thomas Aquinas students and parents to put Catholic faith into action. Interested participants should contact Michelle May at school during regular school hours (330)875-1631. Thank you for your support!
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