Why Aquinas Academy
Thank you for your interest in Aquinas Academy! The choice of a school for your family is an important decision, the effects lasting a lifetime. Since 1991, Aquinas Academy has offered a loving and challenging school culture renowned for outstanding formation in faith and acadmics.
Aquinas Academy needs to be experienced. If you haven't already done so, please contact us for a visit so that you can witness our wonderful students and teachers in action.
Contact our Director of Advancement, Mr Matthew Beine, 1-262-551-1418 or email email@example.com
Every American Catholic child has a right to receive, as an inheritance, his or her religious and cultural heritage as provided by an authentic classical and Catholic education. In partnership with our parents, Aquinas Academy is dedicated to the teaching that every person is created in the image and likeness of Almighty God, redeemed by Christ, and called to fulfill a unique vocation in this life. We embrace our duty to aid and guide our students in the developments of their gifts and talens. This is all done within the context of a vibrant faith community so that they may become the citizens and leaders our culture so desperately needs.
We recognize, appreciate, nurture, and promote the role of parents as the primary educators of their children. Strong and trusting relationships between parents and teachers, support student success, giving students security and in turn holding them to the highest moral and academic standards. Working together we create a close-knit school community.
We are dedicated to providing an outstanding education suited to the needs of an American Catholic in the 21st century. The foundation for a classical Catholic education is the Catholic understanding of human nature and the meaning and purpose of human life. This shapes our educational philosophy.
Aquinas Academy admits students of any race, color, creed, or national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.