A Transformative Classical Catholic Education


St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School exists to form disciples of Jesus Christ. Educating students in the Eucharistic culture and classical intellectual tradition of the Catholic Church, they are led to encounters with the transcendental Good, True, and Beautiful. In wonder, confidence, and virtue, students are prepared to engage our broken world for the glory of God, the good of others, and for their own sanctification. 

“Christian education should be an initiation into a universal spiritual society – the community of the civitas Del 

Christopher Dawson 

Curriculum Overview

A rigorous four-year curriculum taught through the lens of the Catholic Faith

Hallmarks of St Thomas the Apostle High School

Daily Mass and monthly confession 

Daily prayer grounded in Ignatian Spirituality Integrated Catholic liberal arts curriculum 

Small class sizes facilitating discussion 

Immersive missions – formation through meaningful work during the school day 

Boys’ and Girls’ Household formation, sport, and fellowship 

Intersection of the arts and spirituality – Iconography, Schola 

“There is a need in our Ann Arbor community for a specifically Catholic Classical effort. ” Fr. William Ashbaugh

For enrollment inquiries, please contact the school office: msauter@sta2.org or


St. Thomas the Apostle School expanding to Tenth Grade Fall 2023 

St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School