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Welcome to the digital gateway of St. Thomas Aquinas High School, an esteemed member of the Archdiocese of Miami, where we extend a heartfelt welcome to you as we open the doors to our thriving and diverse community of over half a million Catholics. Our community stretches its arms across the picturesque landscapes of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe Counties, embodying the rich tapestry of South Florida's vibrant cultures and traditions. At our core, we hold a steadfast commitment to fulfilling the spiritual needs of every individual within our faith family.

Within the vast expanse of the Archdiocese of Miami, you will discover a spiritual sanctuary where the joyous celebration of Mass transcends barriers. With voices lifted in prayer and worship, our community harmoniously utters praises in a multitude of languages, creating a symphony of devotion that beautifully exemplifies our cultural richness. It is this very diversity that makes our community so exceptional, as we come together, united in our faith. 

Central to the spiritual compass of our archdiocese is the profound leadership of Archbishop Thomas Wenski. His enduring wisdom, boundless compassion, and unwavering dedication to our shared spiritual journey inspire us to be a community firmly anchored in faith, driven by love, and committed to service. Under his guidance, we navigate the path of faith with grace and purpose.

As you explore the various facets of our website, we extend a warm invitation to delve into the wealth of resources, information, and opportunities designed to nurture your spiritual growth and foster your active engagement within our community. Whether you are seeking to deepen your faith, connect with our local parishes, or gain insight into the vibrant world of St. Thomas Aquinas High School (STA), our virtual doors stand wide open, ready to assist you on your journey.

We hope you find this platform to be more than just a digital space; we aspire for it to be a source of inspiration, unwavering support, and meaningful connection. It is here that we come together as one united family of faith, as we collectively build a brighter future for all who enter our midst.

We look forward to embarking on this transformative journey with you, hand in hand. As we nurture the minds and souls of our students, we endeavor to create a better tomorrow not only for our community but for the world at large.

With faith as our guide and love as our compass, we welcome you to St. Thomas Aquinas High School, where the journey of faith is a boundless and enlightening adventure.

Dr. Jim Rigg

Superintendent of Schools Archdiocese of Miami

Sister Elizabeth Worley SSJ

Chancellor for Administration and COO, Archdiocese of Miami



The Archdiocese of Miami is committed to the safety and well-being of its children and vulnerable adults and implements procedures to minimize risk and barriers and to build and foster a culture of safe environment.

The Archdiocese does not tolerate abuse or neglect of anyone. It will comply with all obligations of civil and canon law; it will promote healing where it is needed, provide education, training and guidance when it is appropriate, and endeavor to prevent any abuse of minors or vulnerable adults with firm justice and mercy towards all.

The Archdiocese of Miami maintains a dedicated hotline, 1-866-802-2873, that is broadly advertised and available, with voice message capacity, 24/7, to receive calls from victims. A call received via the hotline is logged according to policy and immediately referred to the Victim Assistance Coordinator to contact the victim and offer assistance.

All allegations of sexual abuse by Church Personnel or on church premises shall be reported promptly to the Archdiocesan Contact Person. The Archdiocesan Contact Person shall immediately notify the Archdiocesan Attorney who will in turn notify the local State Attorney.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People

Ash Wendesday at STA

As the Lenten season commences, St. Thomas Aquinas students embraced the solemnity and significance of Ash Wednesday with reverence and reflection. This annual observance marks the beginning of Lent, a period of spiritual renewal, repentance, and preparation for Easter, and the STA community came together to participate in this timeless tradition.

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