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STMA is an independent Catholic school (we are not attached to a parish); we are recognized and approved by the Diocese of Lansing and are in the official Catholic Directory. We encourage each STMA family to be involved in their local parish.
STMA currently enrolls 94 students in grades K-12.
STMA starts school on the Wednesday after Labor Day and ends at the end of May.
STMA offers sports for students in grades five through twelve. We are a part of the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) and compete as a Class D school. We offer boys and girls basketball and soccer, and girls volleyball. We compete against other Class D schools in the area.
St. Thomas More does the following testing throughout the school year:

Iowa Testing- Grades 3 and 5 PSAT/NMSQT Testing- Grades 8, 9, 10, and 11 ASVAB Testing- Grades 11 & 12 every 2 years

The 2014 Graduates had an average ACT score of 26.9***
Our school day begins with Mass at 8:50 a.m.* and ends at 2:45 p.m. *(attendance in classroom at 8:45a.m.)
STMA offers a strong core curriculum that includes the subjects necessary to prepare our students for higher learning. We do not offer study hall periods or extracurricular subjects within the school day. We, therefore, are able to maximize the instructional time in our classrooms.
We encourage you to:

a) Come for Mass at 8:50, Monday through Friday.

b) Call the school office at (810) 742-2411 to make an appointment for you and your child to visit the school.

c) Attend an Open House.

d) Download/View our school brochure.

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