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Deborah Edwards

Thank you for your interest in a Saint Thomas Academy education.  We are pleased that you are considering us for your son's educational path.

Your family has many choices for your child's education, and we hope to partner with you during this exploratory time. We encourage you to attend our Fall Admissions Showcase on October 28, 2019 to learn more about us! Our showcase offers an opportunity to receive an exceptional overview of Saint Thomas Academy. You'll hear Saint Thomas Academy students describe their unique journeys, learn about what our experienced and talented faculty can offer your son, and discover the benefits of a leadership focused, rigorous academic program. Registration opens at 5:30 PM and the evening will conclude at 8PM. You may RSVP HERE.

We look forward to seeing you soon.


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Deborah Edwards

Each boy at Saint Thomas Academy has a unique story, learn about who some of our boys are here!

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David Jacobson

Starting at any new school is never easy. Starting at Saint Thomas Academy – one of the most prestigious, rigorous, challenging schools in the state – may be downright daunting.

Beyond the unfamiliarity with surroundings and social standards that accompany entry into any new school, many students just starting at the Academy also must adjust to an all-male student body, the elements of military leadership and Catholicism, and higher academic expectations.

Fortunately, dozens of caring adults on the Saint Thomas Academy faculty guide students to success and fulfillment. Here are some of their best tips and advice for new students, touching on several key topics.

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Deborah Edwards

In her third year at Saint Thomas Academy, Lisa Deyak teaches 9th and 10th grade English. Originally from Spring Green, WI, Deyak began coaching gymnastics and swimming at the age of 15. While continuing to coach, she began pursuing an architecture degree at the University of Minnesota.

“The parents of the kids I coached always encouraged me to be a teacher, as they said I was a good coach. So, I changed my major to English, and went on to get my master’s degree in education,” Deyak said. “I really enjoy teaching because I like getting to know the kids and working with their energy.”