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    Make your plans to join us for our Annual Astronomy/Stem Night

    Tuesday, May 3
    6:30 p.m.  - New Gym

     

  • STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS



    St. Thomas More Parish School, The Knight of Columbus Southwest Council 3910, and American Wheelchair Mission helped give mobility & freedom to our Veterans by donating over $30,000 to provide over 200 wheelchairs. 


     






    VOCATION CHALICE
    At the conclusion of the weekly All-School Mass, one grade-level is chosen to take the "Vocations Chalice" back to class with them. The chalice is displayed in the classroom during the upcoming week and the class says special prayers for vocations.

    Buddy Williams was selected to represent the 8th grade class.


     






    CONGRATULATIONS TO VARSITY OUR BASKETBALL TEAMS

    Congratulations to the members of both the GIRLS AND BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAMS for great seasons! The Girls finished the season in 1st place in District Play and then won the GHCAA Championship by defeating St. Cecelia's in a hard fought game. The Varsity Boys finished the season in 2nd place in District Play and then finished in 2nd place in the GHCAA Championship. A job well done by ALL!
     




    Faith Formation - Second Grade Students

    The second grade students at St. Thomas More Parish School reached a major milestone in their Faith Formation. The children made their First Reconciliation. They celebrated with a small reception afterwards.
     



    CONGRATULATIONS TO JR. HIGH MATH TEAMS

    Congratulations to both of our STM Jr. High Math Teams for their great showing at the St. Agnes Academy Math Rally this past weekend. The teams consisting of Darian Tenio, Joshua Porter, Daniel Coco, Buddy Williams, Truly Pasek, Njoki Gitau, Katelyn Blade, Emma Perch, Benito Moreno-Garza, Roman Ochoa, Ire Asojo, and Ashley Mezyk finished in 1st and 7th place giving STM an overall 2nd place finish. Over 30 teams from 17 area Catholic schools competed in this yearly event.
     
     


     
    CONGRATULATIONS TO BRENDAN EARLY

    Congratulations to Brendan Early who received several awards at the City of Houston Science and Engineering Fair. Brendan placed 2nd in the Junior Computer Science category and will be moving on to the Texas State Science and Engineering Fair on April 1st. In addition, Brendan's project was awarded the Jacobs Science Explorer Award and the UH Clear Lake Junior Division Special Award given in recognition of the project having the most "creativity in science".
     
     






    STM WINS SWEEPSTAKES TROPHY

    St. Thomas More students started 2016 by gathering gold, silver, and bronze at the 30th annual St. Pius X Middle School Academic Rally. Twenty schools throughout the diocese participated in scholastic disciplines that included art expression, creative writing, foreign language presentations (French & Spanish), calculator, number sense, math, on-site drawing, photography, science, social studies, spelling, technology, and theology.

    Each subject extensively tests a participant’s aptitude and comprehension.
    In this multi-disciplinary competition, more than eighty sixth through eighth grade students participated in oral presentations or written exams. Our trivia team placed third overall in the Significa Tournament.

    STM students took home 113 individual awards which led St. Thomas More to win The Sweepstakes Award for the ninth time in the last ten years.

    We would like to thank our parents and faculty for their tireless efforts and support of this two-day rally. STM is an outstanding Catholic school because of their true TIGER SPIRIT!
     

  • Accepting  applications  for 
    2016 school year

    Regular Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm
    Summer Office Hours: 8:00am - 2:00pm

    Telephone: 713-729-3434
    Fax: 713-721-5644

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  • FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

    The St. Thomas More Parish School Endowment Foundation was established in 1991 with the mision to provide financial support and insure the long term viability of our school.  Planned gifts are important, needed and allow the school to accomplish great things.  There is no better way to plan for future growth and strength!  You may endow STM with the stroke of a pen.  Through a charitable bequest in your will or living trust, you can ensure that the school will keep its doors open to qualified students whose families seek a private Catholic education.  This thoughtful act, which has little or no current financial impact on you, may result in the largest one-time gift you ever make to St. Thomas More Parish School.  Please be a part of the STM mission, vision, excitement, and hope!

    Please contact Kathy Prado (kprado@stmorenews.com) for more information on the STM Endowment Fund.
  • A 2014 National Blue Ribbon School

                

    THE NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS PROGRAM
    RECOGNIZING GREAT AMERICAN SCHOOLS SINCE 1982

    The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. Every year the U. S. Department of Education seeks out and celebrates great American schools, schools demonstrating that all students can achieve to high levels. More than 7,500 of schools across the country have been presented with this coveted award. The National Blue Ribbon School award affirms the hard work of students, educators, families, and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging content. The National Blue Ribbon School flag gracing an entry or flying overhead is a widely recognized symbol of exemplary teaching and learning.
     

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