History

Saint Thomas More School is an accredited college preparatory school in the Catholic tradition for young men who have demonstrated intellectual ability yet have not realized their potential. Within a structured environment, we strive to motivate, nurture, and strengthen the intellectual, moral, physical, and social development of every student.

Overview

Region
Southern Connecticut
Program Emphasis
Boarding School
Junior Boarding School
Summer School
All Grades 8-12, PG
Boarding Grades 8-12, PG
Grade Divisions
Post Graduate
Secondary
Religious Affiliation Roman Catholic
Student Body Boys
Dress Code Other(blue blazer, tie, gray slacks)
School Setting Rural
Campus Size (Acres) 100 Acres
Head of School James F. Hanrahan, Jr.
Endowment 10,000,000

Admission

E-mail
Web Address http://www.stmct.org
Director of Admission Timothy Riordan
Admission Application Apply to St. Thomas More School
Application Required Yes
Application Fee Amount $50 domestic $75 International
Application Deadline(s) Rolling Admissions
Financial Aid Deadline(s) Rolling
Financial Aid Awarded
% of Students Receiving Financial Aid 35%
Admission Tests Accepted
Other (SLEP)
SSAT
TOEFL
Day Student Tuition
5-Day Boarding Student Tuition
Boarding Student Tuition $39,400.00
International Student Tuition $43,400.00

Student Enrollment

Total Enrollment 210
Boys 210
Girls 0
% Boys/Girls 100/0
Boarding Students 210
Day Students 0
International
Canada
China
Indonesia
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Other (Saudi Arabia)
Spain
Taiwan
UK
United States
California
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Illinois
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
Majority of students come from Northeast
% of Students of Color
% of International Students 30%

Academics

Full Time Faculty 30
Part Time Faculty 0
% of Faculty with Advanced Degrees
% of Faculty with Doctorate 0
% of Faculty with Masters 56%
Student/Faculty ratio 7/1
Average Class Size 12
Special Academic Support Programs
ADD/ADHD
ESL
Learning Differences
A Sampling of Courses Offered
Algebra
American History
American Literature
Art
Art History
Biology
Calculus
Chemistry
Community Service
Earth Science
Economics
Electives
English
English as a Second Language
English Literature
Environmental Science
European History
Geometry
Government/Civics
Grammar
History
Mathematics
Physics
Pre-calculus
Religion
Science
Social Science
Social Studies
Spanish
Statistics
Studio Art
Study Skills
World History
World Literature
Writing
A.P. Courses Offered  

College Placement Office

Average SAT I Scores (Math) 520
Average SAT I Scores (Verbal) 500
Average SAT I Scores (Writing)
Dedicated College Placement Office Yes
Recent College Matriculations
% of Graduates Who Attend College 100%

Athletics & Extra-Curricular Activities

Athletics
baseball
basketball
cross-country
football
golf
ice hockey
independent competitive sports
lacrosse
skiing (downhill)
soccer
tennis
track and field
Recreational Sports
fitness
flag football
karate
outdoor club/skills
sailing
skiing
tennis
weight lifting
Extra-Curricular Activities
Chorus
Community Living Program
Community Service Program
Ski Club
Tour Guides
Yearbook

Notes

Summer Academic Camp June 29 - August 1, 2008.