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Mandy Philbrick Corcoran
· December 8, 2016
What a hidden gem! We truly feel blessed to have found such a wonderful school for our three children. The academics are spot on, the teachers are amazing, and the catholic faith prep the students are... getting will last them a lifetime. Can't say enough great things about this school. See More
Steve Galleher
· May 12, 2015
At any school, its good to encourage students to think outside the box. To foster individuality, appreciate differences, and to celebrate and learn about our world. The classical curriculum taught her...e accomplishes this and so much more. St Thomas More Academy separates itself by going beyond the standard 'cookie-cutter' common core curriculum taught in so many other schools. See More
Brian Riesett
· September 29, 2014
Would not trade this school for any other, out children love it and the staff is amazing
Staci Cramer Martin
· December 12, 2014
It is everything we hoped for and more! Perfect place to grow and learn this is what education should be
Cassie Abell Hintermister
· October 30, 2014
Could not be happier at this school. A place that truly cares about growing my children in mind, body AND soul!
Katie Bishop
· May 16, 2014
We love this school! A great education for our daughter that cares about mind, body, and soul!
Today we celebrate the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. Artwork courtesy of Lower Grammar.#stfrancisprayforus
Media Club shares an update about our Hurricane Irma and Harvey aid!
Laura interviews students about Lent

Middle School Geography Project - Power Point presentations on assigned European countries followed by a feast where each student brought a dish with recipe from their assigned country. #GeographyIsYummy

Congratulations to Mrs. Verona Leahy!

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Friends of Catholic Education, Inc.

Nearly 200 people celebrated Catholic education in Frederick County at the Friends of Catholic Education 20th Annual Teacher Appreciation Dinner. Board of Trus...tees president Bill Milani and executive director Michele Corr presented the Teaching Award of Excellence, chosen by the faculty at each school. We congratulate and thank them for their dedication and devotion to their students!
Verona Leahy - St. Thomas More Academy
Wayne Rousculp - Saint John's Catholic Prep
Michele Kavanagh - St. John Regional Catholic School
Danielle Kuykendall - Mother Seton School

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School is delayed two hours today, February 8th. Doors will open at 10:15 am and classes will begin at 10:30 am. Before care will not be available.

Update: School will remain CLOSED Wednesday, February 7th due to inclement weather.

Two hour delay today 2/7/18 due to weather. Possible re-evaluation so please stay tuned.

Update: STMA is remaining CLOSED today 2/5/18 due to conditions at the school and out of concern for the safety of all our students.

Two hour delay today 2/5/18 due to weather. Possible re-evaluation so please stay tuned.

Congratulations to STMA'S Hydro Innovators for their 2nd place award in Project at the Johns Hopkins First Lego League competition! We are very proud of the team members and coaches for their work this season.

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Bowling is a perfect way to end Catholic Schools Week!

It’s Vocations Day at STMA! As part of Catholic Schools Week Fr. Nate, Br. Francisco, and Br. Christian from The Institute of the Incarnate Word visited our school. Fr. Nate gave a great presentation to our students followed by a question and answer period with all three. “Vocation comes from the Latin word vocare, meaning to be called.” #CSW18

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On Wednesday we celebrated our nation as part of Catholic Schools Week. We wore red, white, and blue and prayed for our country during our morning prayer assembly.
In the afternoon Mr. Art Staus with the Frederick Knucklers visited our Games Club and taught our students the game of Ringer, #CSW18

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Today we celebrate the feast of St. John Bosco. One of our houses is named after this wonderful saint! St. John Bosco, pray for us.

#GrottoMusic | January 31 is the feast day of St. John Bosco — patron saint of young people and juvenile delinquents. Get to know the well-loved Italian priest through this Spotify playlist inspired by his life.

St. John Bosco believed in second chances and unconditional love.