Saint Thomas Aquinas senior Madison Lymon signed a letter of intent to attend the University of New Orleans to become a member of the Privateer Track and Field Team. Lymon specializes in field events throwing the disc and hammer.
Falcon Becomes an Eagle
Saint Thomas Aquinas senior Hunter Stanley surrounded by his family, coaches and administration representatives signs a letter of intent to attend Meridian Community College in Meridian, MS where he will play baseball for Coach Dillon Sudduth as a member of the Meridian Eagles.
Louisiana House Representative Sherman Mack recently awarded his Tulane University Legislative Scholarship to St. Thomas Aquinas Senior Logan Thompson. The Scholarship is for one year and covers full tuition. Pictured with Logan and Representative Mack is STA Principal Jose Becerra.
STA Principal José Becerra recognizes junior Grant Lonero for his composite score of 32 on the ACT College Placement Test. The Veritas ACT 30+ Award at STA is given to all students who receive a composite score of 30 or above on the ACT. Grant is the son of Mike and Renee Lonero of Ponchatoula.
The Student Council and the Athletics Department joined forces to purchase a 16' x 8' backdrop with both the school logo and athletic logo to be used during photo opportunities. "This will help with so many things, from athletic signings and awards presentations to Grandparent's Day and other events," said Student Council Sponsor Michelle Chauvin. Pictured is the Student Council Executive Board: Nancy Donnes, Treasurer; Camryn Flanagan, Historian; Jacob Deliberto, Secretary; Chloe Chauvin, President; and Reagan Greer, Vice-President.
Even with a small club, STA still had a strong showing at the 2016 4-H Fest! Congratulations to our 4-H members Lindsey Gulotta, Tristan Gulotta, Fallon Plaisance, and Madison Plaisance, along with sponsor Mrs. Nicole Lato.
STA Principal José Becerra recognizes senior Alison Garaudy for her composite score of 30 on the ACT College Placement Test. The Veritas ACT 30+ Award at STA is given to all students who receive a composite score of 30 or above on the ACT. Alison is the daughter of Sidney and Joanna Garaudy of Loranger.
STA students spent this afternoon in a rotation of three presentations on career choices sponsored by the STA Counseling Department. Many alumni and community members volunteered their time to talk with the students about education, careers, and interests.
Mr. Walton Greer has been selected by the STA Home & School Association as the 2016 Mother Seton recipient. This award was created to honor those individuals whose volunteer service and dedication to home, school, and church has been exemplary. Mother Seton recipients have strong Catholic values, and a selfless dedication to Catholic education.
Congratulations to our 43 new inductees to the National Honor Society. Members are chosen from students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Students must have a cumulative weighted GPA of 94% and an exemplary discipline record.