Faith Formation

Wildcat Prides

Our school community is celebrated through Wildcat Prides! We have 22 Prides that have 18-20 students from Kindergarten - 8th Grade. As a school we want to make all students feel accepted, welcomed and show the students how new friends exist everywhere. To learn more about Prides, you may view a 6 minute video to explain what a Pride is and how we embrace this aspect of student life.




Religious formation is one of the primary responsibilities at our school since the school exists as a ministry of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. 

This is accomplished through a variety of experiences such as:

  • Religious formation instruction

  • Sacrament preparation

  • Monthly school-wide Chaplet of Divine Mercy

  • Weekly Mass planned by the students

  • Daily school-wide morning prayer

  • Confessions

  • Daily moment of silence

  • 8th Grade Stations of the Cross

  • May Crowning

  • Weekly Adoration

  • All school rosary

  • Lenten alms giving


Every grade level has an "adopted" scripture passage that has a presence throughout the year. It also serves as a motto for the grade level. The staff carefully selected scriptures that are relevant to their grade level. We are excited to think how wonderful it is for our students to know, memorize, and live these scriptures throughout their years as our school.

By being an active member of our worshiping faith community, students develop a personal sense of responsibility for family, school, parish, their country, and the world. Catholic values are integrated into all of our classes and are an important part of our education.