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Building Futures Together through
Faith & Academic Excellence


The smith family

Thank you for your interest in Saint Thomas More Catholic School (STM Catholic).

We are pleased that you are interested in learning more about the STM Catholic community and what makes us a unique learning environment. The school prides itself on being both academically rigorous and personally nurturing by emphasizing the spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical development of each student. We offer a well-rounded curriculum that academically prepares students for the most demanding high school programs in the region while giving them the opportunity to grow in understanding that an authentic Christian life is about much more than marks on a grade report.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please use the contact us link or call 303.770.0441 for more information.

We’d Love to Meet You!

We are accepting applications. Please call for availability.

registrar@stthomasmore.org or 303.770.0441

Timeline for Admission:

Applications for the 2024-2025 School Year will be open Monday, January 8, 2024

Last Date of Withdrawal for tuition refund: June 15, 2024

Enrollment Guidelines

A completed application form must be submitted for the desired academic year.

Students entering Kindergarten must be five years old on or before October 1. Results of readiness screening will also be a factor in determining acceptance into Kindergarten.

Students entering First Grade must be six years old on or before October 1. Students seeking admission to First Grade must also meet the criteria set by first-grade teachers regarding student readiness for the academic program.

Enrollment Preference

Students currently enrolled.

Siblings of students currently enrolled.

Children from families who are registered, contributing members of Saint Thomas More Catholic Church.

Children from families who are registered in other Catholic parishes. Special consideration will be given to Catholic school students moving into the area.

Children from non-affiliated Catholic families.

Children from families of other faiths. (Participation in both Catholic religious instruction and activities related to the Catholic character of the school is required.)