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We are currently accepting applications for the Class of 2024!

 

8th Grade 2019-20 Application Timeline

August 1: St. Thomas Aquinas Class of 2024 Application Opens

         To learn more about using the SAO and to begin your application, click here

September 16: “Be a Saint for a Day!” Visit Days Begin

         Please call 603-742-1324 to schedule a Visit Day

October 1: Online Financial Aid Applications Begin.  Call to request information.

October 20: Fall Festival Open House, 1pm

November 16: SSAT and HSPT Testing at St. Thomas Aquinas

Sign up for the SSAT by clicking here.

(Please be sure you have the test results sent to St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover, NH.)

Sign up for the HSPT by clicking here. Enter Z2 as the access code.

December 14: SSAT and HSPT Testing at St. Thomas Aquinas

December 16: Admission and Financial Aid Applications due

January 11: HSPT Testing at St. Thomas Aquinas

February 1: Admissions Decisions Communicated”

Transfer Applicants: Applications for transfer students are accepted on a rolling basis. It is suggested that prospective transfer students for the 2020-21 school year apply by mid-March to afford applicants as much opportunity as possible. For more information on how to apply as a transfer student please call 603-609-1489.

Questions?

Catholic School Applicants: If you are a student currently attending a Catholic school, please reach out to Associate Director of Admissions Emma Wilson (ewilson@stalux.org; 603-609-1489) for more information about your individualized admissions process.

All Other Applicants:  If you have any questions or concerns regarding the admissions process or application materials, please contact the St. Thomas Aquinas Admissions Department at Admissions@stalux.org or call (603) 742-1324.

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Admissions Criteria

 
The eight person St. Thomas Aquinas Admissions Committee carefully considers and discusses each application. The Admissions Committee consists of faculty members, guidance counselors and administrators. Collectively, the Committee seeks to find students who best fit the St. Thomas Aquinas High School mission and for whom our school will best serve educationally.
 
An applicant’s demonstrated desire to become a part of our St. Thomas Aquinas community is given serious consideration. We seek students who want to be a part of this Catholic, college-preparatory school and who will actively contribute to the many areas of St. Thomas Aquinas life (academics, service, athletics, the arts, leadership, etc.)
 
In reviewing a student candidate’s application, the Admissions Committee considers his/her academic aptitude, which is reflected in the student’s previous grades, teacher recommendations and standardized test scores. That said, high academic achievement does not guarantee admission into St. Thomas Aquinas High School. A St. Thomas Aquinas student is fully vested in his/her education, willing and enthusiastic about participating in a vibrant, active community of learners, and accepting of the school mission.