John Paul Schanpper-Casteras `95

John Paul Schnapper-Casteras clearly remembers the reasons why his parents sent him to St. Thomas’s as a kindergartner back in 1989. Of course, St. Thomas’s is known as an excellent educational institution with superb teachers, but what stood… Read More

Rosalie Metro `90

Rosalie Metro ’90 has one impressive resume – she is a scholar, an educator, an author, a mediator, a consultant, a wife and a mother to two small children. Her accomplishments are many, although she says that her… Read More

A Month of Gratitude and Giving Back

Each month, the St. Thomas’s Day School community focuses on a core value as part of the character education program. The core value is introduced in Chapel and highlighted with stories and talks over the course of that… Read More

St. Thomas’s Announces Formal Drama Program

Performance has always been a big part of the educational experience at St. Thomas’s Day School. Performances are one of several ways that the school helps nurture a strong sense of self confidence, preparing our students for the… Read More

Heads Up: Building a Community of Makers

From the Desk of Head of School Gina Panza   The Maker Movement has never been more alive at St. Thomas’s Day School! What is the Maker Movement, you ask? It is a constructivist and constructionist movement that… Read More

Summer/Fall 2018 Issue of The Balloon is Now Available

The Summer/Fall 2018 issue of St. Thomas’s Day School annual magazine The Balloon is now available. Click below to read the online version.

Playground Ribbon Cutting Opens the School Year

The 2018-2019 school year opened with a momentous ceremony to celebrate the completion of the new St. Thomas’s Day School playgrounds. An excited crowd of students, faculty, staff, parents, grandparents, alumni and friends gathered together to share in… Read More

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. Thomas’s Students Have Olympic Fever!

The St. Thomas’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


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