Charlie Brown & Friends: A Mix of Tradition and Joyfulness

On May 24, 2012, the St. T’s Class of 2012 took the stage for the sixth-grade play You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. In the audience sat an excited group of kindergartners who, for many, experienced live theater… Read More

Playgrounds Dreamt up by Our Students for Our Students

This summer, St. Thomas’s will be reconstructing both of the playgrounds. Students have been  actively involved in the design process and on Friday, March 2 they spent the day imagining, designing and building models of their perfect playground. Click below… Read More

St. T’s Students Have Olympic Fever!

The St. T’s students have Olympic Fever! During the month of February, all grades will learn about the Winter Olympics and will study and compete in many of the Olympic games during Physical Education class. Students have already… Read More

Upper School Leads African-American Read-In

Every Monday through Thursday during the month of February Upper School students and their teachers will be reading letters, books and poetry from African-American authors. St. Thomas’s faculty believe that one of the best ways for the school… Read More

Around St. T’s

St. T’s Students Have Olympic Fever! Upper School Leads African American Read-In Global Explorers Compete in Geography Bee Kindergarten Play Celebrates 30th Anniversary Community Service Learning and Exploration of Social Issues Heads Up Winter 2017 – Finding the… Read More

Global Explorers Compete in Geography Bee

In celebration of this year’s school-wide theme, Global Explorers, St. Thomas’s Day School launched a Geography Club and participated in the National Geography Bee. The club was open to all students in Grades 4-6 who were interested in… Read More

Kindergarten Play Celebrates 30th Anniversary

St. Thomas’s Day School does tradition well and today marked the 30th year of the Kindergarten play, The Mitten. With a fresh cast, our Kindergarten nailed the performance and delighted their audience. The Mitten is an old Ukranian… Read More

Community Service Learning and Exploration of Social Issues

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., St. Thomas’s held a food and clothing drive to help support the efforts of Loaves and Fishes, a food and clothing pantry in New Haven. The fifth-grade took the charge on this… Read More

Heads Up Winter 2017

Over the last couple of months, as I met with alumni, community members, and prospective parents, I was asked repeatedly to define who we are as a school. In response, I found myself describing our amazing children, our… Read More

All Aboard the Lower School Express!

Beginning on Monday, November 27 the first, second and third graders boarded the Lower School Express, a magical train that traveled around the world helping them learn more about geography and holiday traditions in other countries. While the… Read More


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