Why Choose STM?
Teach a child how he should live, and he will remember it all his life. Proverbs 22:6
What Parents Say About St. Thomas More School
Thank you for being the fertile ground for my two seedlings. Thank you for being the gardeners that helped me nurture and grow them. Thank you for loving my babies into loving young adults. Thank you for being a blessing that feels like family. STM Parent
There are just enough students to feel like you are in a vibrant, diverse school, but not so many that a child can get lost. And, of course, the faculty at STM is the lifeblood of the school. I feel very lucky to have been a part of the STM community. STM Parent
What Students Say About St. Thomas More School
I love the openness of STM. The academics are amazing. I feel like I am prepared for high school. STM Student
I feel at home whenever I go to school. I feel like I belong here. STM Student
I like that you can always make new friends. I also like that all the teachers treat you with respect and care. And the feeling — I can’t even explain! Don’t ever change. I think St. Thomas More School is perfect as it is. STM Student
What Catholic High Schools Say About St. Thomas More Students
St. Thomas More students matriculating to St. Pius are some of our finest additions to our student body. They are well-prepared academically for our most rigorous college-preparatory curriculum as evidenced by the number of their students that are Principal List and Honor Roll recipients. Additionally, they are strong in their knowledge of our Catholic faith and contribute in an exemplary fashion to every phase of life here. We are very proud of our association with St. Thomas More.
Steve Spellman, Principal, St. Pius X Catholic High School
Students from St. Thomas More Catholic School quickly become vital members of the Marist School community. They participate fully in our academic, religious, and extra-curricular programs. As a group, STM students are known for their academic preparation, humble spirituality and leadership potential. Our school community is enhanced by their enrollment.
Jim Byrne, Director of Admissions, Marist School
- NCEA (National Catholic Educational Association)
- AMLE (Association for Middle Level Education)
- NCTM (National Council for Teachers of Mathematics)
- NJHS (National Junior Honor Society)
In the Archdiocese of Atlanta, students are tested annually in grades 1-7 using the Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS). This national examination serves as a standard to assist STM, along with all Catholic schools, in assessing the delivery and mastery of our curriculum.