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“A good Catholic school should help all its students
to become saints.” - Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Faith Formation

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, the academy is dedicated to the teaching that every person is created in the image and likeness of Almighty God, redeemed by Christ, and called by God in grace to fulfill a unique vocation in this life. We embrace our duty to help our students develop their unique gifts so that they may fulfill their respective vocations and become the kinds of leaders that our culture so desperately needs.

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Mass & Adoration

At Aquinas, we attend Holy Mass at least once during each school week, sometimes more, depending on the availability of the priests and bishops in our community, who so generously offer their time to us.


Sacramental Preparation

A description of sacramental preparation at Aquinas Academy naturally centers on the formation of our second grade class, who receive both the Sacrament of Confession and the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist during the school year.


Schoenstatt Girls Group

Schoenstatt Girls’ Youth and the youth sister from the Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary are able to provide this opportunity to our girls by offering them the ability to participate in Schoenstatt Girls’ Youth Groups right here at Aquinas.


Apostolic Outreach

Apostolic Outreach enables Aquinas students to recognize our Lord and Savior as the "spark of divine light" within each human being and the importance of witness and evangelisation.