Cadet Maker School Store
Store hours on school days:
Monday 2 - 4pm
Tuesday 2 - 4pm
Wednesday 12 - 4pm
Thursday 2 - 4pm
Friday 12 - 4pm
Cadet Maker online store
The Online Store is open 24/7 throughout the year and we have expanded the offerings with new items being added weekly.
New to the Cadet Maker Online:
- Gift cards
- Cadet Uniform Pillows
- Nike, Under Armour, Gear for Sports and Champion apparel
- Safety Masks!
Gift cards are available at Cadet Maker! These cards are a great gift idea and an easy way for your son to purchase the items he needs for school. You can also "reload" dollars to these gift cards.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays—2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Wednesdays and Fridays—12:00 to 4:00 p.m.
The bookstore is also open some evenings, such as Parent Night and Conferences.
Mitch Rapp Lives
Mitch Rapp is the main character in Vince Flynn's New York Times best-selling political thrillers. Vince was a Saint Thomas Academy alumnus of the Class of 1984 and part of a large family who attended the Academy, from father Terry '55 (former STA teacher/coach) to a nephew, class of '20.
While serving on the STA Board of Trustees and as the capital campaign co-chair, Vince was instrumental in raising millions of dollars to complete what is now Vincent J. Flynn Hall.
After a three-year battle with cancer, and two months prior to the opening of Flynn Hall, Vince passed away in June of 2013. Vince's signature tag line was KTF, Keep The Faith.
The Mitch Rapp character "lives" thanks to the continuation of this series by Kyle Mills/Simon & Schuster. American Assassin, which Vince released in 2010, was released in theaters in the fall of 2017 with an all-star cast.
All proceeds of the Mitch Rapp Lives items support the education of the STA Cadets. STA is a Catholic, all male, college prep and military/leadership high school. It’s superior education nurtures students’ faith and empowers them to become ethical, moral and servant-leaders who work for justice, peace and respect of others.
Our community has been blessed by Vince's, and his widow Lysa's, continued support of Mitch Rapp Lives and Saint Thomas Academy.