Students are required to earn twenty-two credits in order to graduate from St. Thomas More Academy. Upon graduation, STMA seniors will have completed the following course of studies:

Religion: 4 years
Religion Subjects Covered:
Old Testament
New Testament
Church History

English: 4 years
English Subjects Covered:

Social Studies: 3 years
Social Studies Subjects Covered:
World History (1 Year)
Government & Economics (One Semester Each)
American History (2 Years)
Sociology & Psychology (one Semester Each)

Science: 4 years
Science Subjects Covered:
Physical Science

Mathematics: 4 years
Mathematics Subjects Covered:
Algebra I
Algebra II
Advanced Math/Pre-Calculus

Foreign Language: 2 years
Language Taught Covered:

Are STMA Graduates Prepared for College?

STMA students consistently score above the state & national average in the ACT-MME testing which is administered annually. In 2014 our school's average ACT score was a 26.9. The state of Michigan's average score was a 20.1.

The state of Michigan sets benchmark scores to show the minimum score needed on an ACT subject-area test to indicate a 50% chance of obtaining a B or higher in the corresponding credit-bearing college courses, which include English, Composition, Algebra, Social Science, and Biology. When the 2014 scores were tabulated in all 4 subject matters, the state average for meeting college readiness benchmarks was 22%. The average STMA score for college readiness benchmarks was 78%.

So the answer is yes, STMA grads are academically prepared for college. But we aren't content with simply preparing our students for academic success. The spiritual and human formation of an STMA student is equally important and is treated as such. Daily Mass, monthly confession, and weekly Adoration prepares our students for the future, both here on earth and for the hereafter.

Colleges Attended by Graduates

of St. Thomas More Academy

Ave Maria School of Law
Ave Maria University
Baker College
Catholic University of America
Christendom College
Eastern Michigan University
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Free University of Berlin
Gaming University (Austria)
Hillsdale College
Japanese Center for Michigan Universities
Lawrence Technological University
Leister University, England
Michigan State University
Michigan Technical University
Mott Community College
Northern Michigan University
Oakland Community College
Oakland University
Saginaw Valley State University
University of Dallas
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
University of Michigan, Flint
University of Saint Thomas
Western Michigan University
Saint John Vianney College Seminary
University of Salamanca, Spain
Anahuac University, Mexico City