1200 Main Street
Marinette, WI  54143

Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy is committed to providing a quality Catholic education and to teaching the virtues and the discipline needed to be a true follower of Christ. Our contemporary, yet traditional and universal approach is carried out in a structured and caring atmosphere.

School Overview

The High School Campus is a regional, comprehensive coeducational ministry of the northeast Wisconsin and Upper Michigan Roman Catholic communities, utilizing approved instructional programs, Christian leadership, spiritual development, Christian service and varied co-curricular activities. Catholic Central Campus faculty members meet the criteria of both the Diocese of Green Bay and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Curriculum & Course Offerings

The Academy provides a values-centered atmosphere. This is accomplished by providing a curriculum according to the Roman Catholic faith. Every day begins with prayer. In addition, Eucharistic liturgies and prayer services are celebrated weekly. Students, faculty, and staff form a community in which values are nurtured and translated into action. Students will participate in service projects that put their faith into practice.

Students Benefit From…

  1. Student-Teacher ratio of 10 to 1
  2. Full Range of Extra Curricular Activities
  3. Varsity Athletics
  4. Highly Individualized Instruction.
  5. Access to programs that address student needs.
Preparing ofr the future
Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy Secondary Campus requires 27 credits for graduation. Among the available courses are:
Education and Curriculation
Human Anotomy/Physiology  Environmental Science
Spanish 1-5
Algebra and Geometry
American Literature
Computer Applications
Social Studies
Physical Education
In addition, the Acadmy offers college credit in Pre-Calculus, Calculus, English, Leadership and Statistcs.  These classes are held at the High School and are in conjunction with Saint Norbert’s Collge and the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh.

In over 139 years, Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy has had thousands of students graduates from the school.  Our alumni are a strong example of how our school (Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy, Catholic Central High School and Lourdes Academy) has prepared its students for the future.  A high precentage of students attend college after graduation and many have gone on to Ivy League Schools, attended Big 10 unversities and nationally recognized liberal arts colleges and universities.  Every year, our school is honored by graduates who choose military service through enlistment or ROTC.

The success of our alumni is unparalleled for a small community.  We have alumni that are national filmmakers, opera singers, scientists, entrepreneurs, surgeons, nurses, lawyers and politicians.  Our alumni have started or managed national companies, banking institutions, as well as helping to build the area community.  Our graduates have served our country in times of peace and war, scaled Mt. Everest, trained for the Olympics, and gone on to become professors and teachers for the next generation.  Many graduates have been called to religious life and are now bringing the Catholic faith to others in the world.

As a graduate of Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy, you will have created life-long relationships that have been enriched by the faculty, staff, parents, and students of the school.  More importantly, you will have acquired the self-confindence needed in today’s world.

Enrolling Your Student

Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy admits students of any faith, race, nationality, or ethnic origin.

Students may be enrolled into the High School at any time. Parents and students are welcome to tour and visit our school. We recommend that prospective students have a “shadow day” where they can be in the classroom and experience the school day when students are in session.

OUr principal and staff will be more than willing to answer any questions you might have about the school and getting your child started with their future at the Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy.  Admission Information

No student or family will be denied the opportunity to gain a Catholic education because of financial need. Several programs are available to assist parents.


Wonder is the desire for knowledge

St. Thomas Aquinas

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