"I really, truly believe that this is our generation and that we can control what happens. And if we care about this, and we want to turn this into something, we can. As a Catholic school we have that extra responsibility almost to stand up for all life and protect all life." - Alexa Hui, Student Council President
"The only way the world can be saved is with love." - Shania Moscat
11 STA students traveled to Washington D.C. to experience our government in action, first hand.
Coleman Crozier caught up with Dolphins OT and STA Alum '06, Sam Young.
Nearly 200 cases of water and 150 boxes of supplies were sent to aid victims of Hurricane Irma in Key West.Generous donations of water, gloves, cleaning supplies, batteries, and tape filled a box truck bound for Key West Wednesday morning. Students, parents, teachers, staff and members of the STA community banded together to make this effort possible. Donations were delivered to the Stock Island mission at St. Mary Star of the Sea.
St. Anthony's Catholic School partnered with STA by hosting their own donation drive and added significantly to our truck load.
The STA administration would like to thank all who participated, especially our parents who helped to re-pack items and load the truck and our generous donor, Warren-Henry Auto Group, who made the transport of these goods possible.
Friday, October 29th: Stream the game live!
"Dear SP4 William Ervin Fennell, Sir,
"As an American, I would like to thank you for your service and for your sacrifice made on behalf of our wonderful country."
We are excited to announce that Thalia Castro was chosen to receive the Presidential Service award by the Corporation for National and Community Service in appreciation for her commitment to strengthen our nation and communities through volunteer service.
The Lady Raiders bested Cooper City in the Regional Final, 4-3, in 10 innings Friday night to advance to the next round of playoffs.