"Catholic, classical, college preparatory formation."
Students enrolled 180
Hours 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
School leader Brad Watkins
Transportation options None

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3109 Spring Forest Road
Raleigh, NC 27616

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5 stars
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August 08, 2014
As a rising sophomore at St. Thomas More Academy, I can attest to the fact that it's an incredible place. In 8th grade, when my family and I were looking at my options, we thought Cardinal Gibbons was the only choice for a Catholic high school education in the Triangle. Now, we are so glad we discovered STMA. Freshman year was awesome! I loved my classes, as well as the teachers, who are all phenomenal. Additionally, everyone at the school is so charitable and proud of their Catholic faith. It's just a fantastic school and I am looking forward to this school year. So, if you are a parent looking for an excellent Catholic education for your child, please consider taking a look at STMA.

- submitted by a student
May 15, 2014
My education at St Thomas More Academy provided me not merely with a wealth of crucial knowledge, but also the skills to think deeply and critically about everything I encounter in life and the world. As a student currently pursuing a masters degree and preparing to enter the professional world, I feel exceptionally well-equipped by my experience at this school to face any scholarly, professional, or personal task set before me.

- submitted by a student
May 10, 2014
I'm currently enrolled in STMA and in my third year. I'm writing this on my own accord to help future students and parents of students recognize what a great school this is. Saint Thomas More Academy is where my second family is. The students are lively and easy to talk to, while the teachers are simply outstanding. If you look at the list of instructors you will notice that STMA is full of very qualified teachers. These teachers are very engaging with the Catholic faith, so if you want a solid Catholic environment then STMA is the perfect place. You might hear that the work load is too much, and while It's true that there's a lot of work, work should be expected in a prep school. The work load is completely manageable if you can manage your time well (which I'm still working on). Aside from the actual schooling part; the school is always expanding in outside activities. For example; a weight lifting club was added this year, and a baseball team is being added next year. Another issue of concern for new students is that there are too many rules in the school. The only rule of the school is that of charity. Respect others and be respected.

- submitted by a student
March 04, 2014
I'd been considering this school for my son. I went there to see it, and all I can say is wow. The students are so happy! The mood is enthusiastic and natural. The staff is welcoming and helpful. No hard sell. As some posters have said, more of a come and see for yourself. The longer I was there the more sure I was it's a special place. I'm glad we found it. There need to be more schools like this one. Thanks! We're looking forward to next year!

- submitted by a community member
February 14, 2014
We moved to the Triangle a few years ago, and looked at all the high school options in the area. Most were so big and overwhelming. We were delighted when we found STMA and discerned it was the best option for our children. Over and over again, this has proven to be one of our wisest decisions. We assumed everyone in the area knew about this outstanding school, but have been shocked to discover that few people seem to know it even exists. With the size of most schools in this area, maybe that's a good thing!

- submitted by a parent
February 05, 2014
We're so happy we decided to send our daughter to STMA! She loves it! The classical curriculum really teaches students to think, and this school does it extremely well. Teachers are really amazing. She says they're all very smart and know what they're teaching, which wasn't always the case at her previous school. If you're looking at STMA, do yourself a favor and look closely. It's a smaller school, and it doesn't have some of the amenities of bigger schools, but it also doesn't have the huge problems found at those schools. Its safe and good in all the ways a parent would want a school to be. They really care about our kids, and work hard to give them the best education possible. Do you really need more? We certainly don't. STMA has been such a blessing for our family!

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2014
I love this school! Have for three years! I get good grades, a few hours of homework every week (Latin!), do other things (lots), love the teachers. I don't get ppl who talk about all this work and how hard it is. You have to do some (not like a lot of schools LOL), but that's life, and it's actually fun here. I know more about history than ever. I learn about my faith all the time. STMA has helped make me a better person. And I'm getting ready for my college future. Go Chancellors!

- submitted by a student
January 30, 2014
I recently left teaching at STMA to pursue a PhD. My experience at the school was overwhelmingly positive. I think that the highest compliment I can pay the school is to say that when my wife and I have kids, we hope to send them to STMA. A strikingly positive thing about the school is the collaboration at all levels - the Headmaster, Dean of Studies, teachers, and parents are all genuinely collaborating for the intellectual and spiritual development of the kids (who are fantastic). STMA is succeeding in addressing the challenging reality that it's getting harder and harder to get admitted, even in-state, to schools like UNC and NC State. The college placement results speak for themselves. Former students often say freshman year is easy, even at schools like UNC. They are comfortable with primary sources, used to writing,and not afraid of learning a new language (especially Romance languages due to their grounding in Latin). They can articulate an intellectual position and engage in discussion with adults. School spirit, fun social activities like dances and plays, and a great sports environment are added bonuses. I can't speak highly enough about what's going on at STMA.

- submitted by a teacher
January 29, 2014
Okay. Does telling the truth matter? STMA is probably the best Christian school in Raleigh, one of the best schools period. Gives more than schools that cost three times as much. Bunch of Ph.D.'s who can really teach...growing sports program (new conference is great!)...amazing drama program. Upbeat, positive environment. Keep it up STMA. You're doing it right.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2014
The school is great and just gets better. 99% of the other students agree. I came from a public school. I don t feel afraid here. I learn more every day. I also learn to be kind, responsible, and to tell the truth. So I will write an honest review. Anyone who wants to know the truth about STMA should come see for themselves.

- submitted by a student
January 22, 2014
I was an student at STMA last year. The school started out well, but slowly deteriorated. The work load became flat out insane to the point of overruling personal life and passions outside of school. I barley had time to spend with family and was unable to work on activities because of time. Teachers and staff were highly unprofessional. For example, not showing up for tutoring that had been scheduled, being late to class, wearing jeans, etc. While, didn't know the subject they were teaching. After Christmas break most of my teachers had quit their jobs, leaving students with new teachers for almost every subject. The students have higher standards than any of the faculty at STMA. Another thing that bothered me was that the teachers wanted to hang out with students almost as if they were trying to pry into our business. The faculty always told us that we were young adults, but were treated as children being restricted in every way possible. I now realize that STMA was awful now that I am at another school, where the faculty is organized, professional, teachers support their students treating us as adults. I am very satisfied that I left STMA opening my mind to broader horizons.

- submitted by a student
January 08, 2014
The teachers eat lunch with the students not at a teachers table but WITH the students. After school the teachers sit around the courtyard playing chess with the students, or they are playing basketball with the students, or they are listening while someone strums a guitar, and every March 15th some poor unsuspecting teacher who has been designated as Ceasar and is being murdered by students with paper knives. The students have their own garden and are selling produce from it. The lockers don t have locks on them, because there is no need. There s no graffiti in the bathrooms. They have a lot of field trips and service trips and guest speakers and all-school pizza parties. Students can come to tea and eat cookies while discussing Jane Austen. Or eat pretzels while practicing Guten Tag. They dress up as saints on All Saints Day, and as gangsters and flappers for the 1920s dance, and as ancient Romans at the state Junior Classical League convention. Come visit and then draw your own conclusions.

- submitted by a parent
December 25, 2013
Strong small school run by kind and helpful people. Always feel welcome. You can tell they think about the school and work to make it good for the kids. My boy is very average and is learning all the time. We plan to send our next son here too. We've become big fans of St. Thomas More Academy. They do what they say, and they're good at what they do.

- submitted by a parent
November 25, 2013
Why do the alumni keep choosing to come back and visit during their breaks from college? And why do they keep saying that making good grades in college is easy for them?

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2013
We are a mid-class family who was looking for for a small high school with a good curriculum and a safe environment for our daughter, and then we found STMA by reference from other families. My daughter had straight A's since 5th grade from public schools, but in her freshmen year, she has been challenged. Her grades are still good grades, but now she has grown as a person and as a student, by being more organized and efficient. The faculty is in constant communication with the students and parents in order for them to succeed. Of course, as parents we are very pleased to help our daughter when needed, but she is also OK by looking for help with her professors and other students (above her level). Discipline is a key part of this school, but it is given with love and always as part of an integral education plan for the student. Perhaps, this may be a little stressful during the first weeks for those students who are coming from other environments where discipline is not fully respected. Parents...your kid will not become a priest or nun by assisting to STMA (unless they decide to follow this path in the future), but they will be a better version of the kid you have at home now.

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2013
As a graduate of this Catholic, Classical, and College preparatory school, I cannot thank my parent enough for having the trust in the faculty to form me into an intellectual individual, eager (and prepared) to make a change in the world. At this academy, I was taught that doing great things didn't necessarily mean becoming the next president, or becoming a CEO.To do something with greatness could be anything, whether small or large. This school taught me what it means to be charitable, honest, and good hearted. Upon graduating, I was prepared to think about the world in a truly intellectual way, and to view the world through charitable eyes. The students here are taught to think for themselves (a quality that is actually very difficult to find). There is no regurgitating of facts, its a process of taking in information, putting it together, being able to identify the consequences, and form an opinion as a result. I would hate to think that any student did not have his needs catered to at this school. I came in as a B/C students, got help from the faculty during my time there, and graduated to make all A's during my first semester of college. Great school in many ways!

- submitted by a student
November 18, 2013
There were a few students who left the school, but there will always be students who would be better off in a different kind of school. This school is challenging, and they push you to do better than you thought you could. I usually do homework about 2 hours every weeknight, on average, but it varies. It s rarely 4 and never more than that. I have to limit my extra curriculars (3 during the week). I have to keep track of my time and do my social stuff on the weekends. Low performing students are not weeded out. We are given lots of help. But you have to earn your grades, and you have to take advantage of the help. Teachers are always willing to meet before or after school or at lunch. Some teachers have left and the new teachers are outstanding. A lot of our teachers are Drs. It is joyful here. Come to an open house and see. I don t see bullying, but when I did, those students were out of the school pretty quickly. We have to be nice to each other and respectful to our teachers and we have to dress appropriately and not make out in the halls and not text in class. And, yeah, we have to do our homework and study for our tests or we get zeroes. :)

- submitted by a student
November 12, 2013
My son is a freshmen at STMA. We searched many possible schools because we wanted a place that would be really safe/secure and academically strong. The local Catholic high school is more like a public school, and a lot of the other private 9-12's, some that do have good environments and academics, are very expensive. Then we stumbled on STMA. We've been happy with our choice and so has our son. He says school is fun and he's always "getting smarter." They are actually Christians (not just words/motions) and have terrific teachers and leadership. The school isn't for everyone (but no place is!). They don't put up with mean/bullying behavior, and kids with real study difficulties will be stretched. They say average kids who apply themselves succeed, and that's true in our experience. College is more competitive every year and they definitely get their grads ready for college. Kids who feel awkward socially will be fine. It's a welcoming place. We recommend it to anyone looking for a safe, positive, Christian, and academically serious school.

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2013
There are a lot of students who go to high school that end up regretting and hating the years that they spent in that environment. St. Thomas More Academy was the best possible high school experience I could have had in my life. The teachers teach more than just the subject matter of the course. They teach students how the subject matter relates to them and speak with them as intelligent young adults as opposed to just students. Students can develop a relationship and rapport with their teacher that not only promotes understanding but promotes a comfortable and flexible learning experience. This student and teacher relationship is underrated in the educational world. It allows students to introduce into the classroom, their own real-world experiences and queries that promote not only the education of the student, but the growth of the young adult within every high school student. It is because of this rare relationship that St. Thomas More does not only produce excellent students ready to engage the college atmosphere. It produces young leaders that are able to make distinctions and engage with a competitive and ever-changing world.

- submitted by a student
November 11, 2013
Our daughter absolutely loves this school! From the very first day she hasn't been able to stop talking about how "awesome" the teachers are and how incredibly nice all of the students are to each other. What seems clear is how much the administration and faculty love the students. We've really never seen anything like it. Visit any time and see their gifted staff (5 PhD's ?) hanging out with students talking, tutoring, playing games, mentoring, etc. The academics are really impressive. We've had the same conversation with a number of parents, "We wish we could take these classes!" We have heard some buzz about workload at the school, but we simply don't see it. We know families with students at other schools doing a lot more. Our daughter certainly isn't doing that much work, and she's getting very good grades. If anything, we think she could do more work. Spiritually we simply couldn't ask for more. It's a safe, joyful, and genuinely faithful Catholic school! You see the faith lived out beautifully in the loving way they treat each other at this school. If you're considering STMA for your child, visit the school and see for yourself. We can't imagine our daughter anywhere else!

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2013
My child spent one year at this school. and now goes to another school for sophomore year. *Curriculum is very demanding. Some of the material is college-level rather than college-prep. and students lack the background to complete it without a lot of parental help. *Smart students work as much as 4-6 hours nightly on homework and studying. *Students are praised for making low grades. (We were told a C or D in college prep school is good and expected of freshman there. ) *The school is very indoctrinating and does not encourage individuality. Creativity is often discouraged by the faculty. *The administration and faculty did not seem to care about my child. She felt like a number at this small school. I see that most of the negative comments I read on here about STMA have been removed. Maybe if mine stays up for a few days, it will be helpful to some people.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2013
As a graduate of STMA I can say this school shaped the person I am today. The faculty do not only care about the intellectual growth of their students but also their social and spiritual growth. They do not want the students simply to regurgitate facts but be able to analyze and form their own opinions and ideas about various topics. One of the aspects of my classes I found to be the most helpful was the teachers encouragement of questions. They would go out of their way to make sure the student understood the material and were almost always available outside of class time. The faculty took the time to get to know the student as an individual and form a relationship with them. In my case this meant listening to me argue almost ad nauseam about various topics. The relationship I formed with the faculty has lasted throughout my time in college (I recently graduated from UNC) and I know I can always ask any of them for advice or help.

- submitted by a community member
August 01, 2013
The previous two-star review is wildly off the mark. Truth doesn't matter much to people who want to hurt good things. "STMA" is without doubt one of the three finest schools in the Triangle area and widely known to be. The "pre-Vatican II" stuff is just funny! The school publicly embraces the vision of Pope John Paul's new evangelization. Powerful curriculum and fantastic teachers. Halls are filled with happy and engaged kids. It's a very loving and welcoming place. They say their only "rule" is Christian love, and it's true. Graduates do get into top colleges--and that's a problem?--because they're extremely well educated. "Elitist?" The school openly recruits average kids and turns them into leaders (and helps fund many of their educations too). Kids work hard, and the rewards they reap are obvious. We've seen changes at the school, but since the new admin came in 2011 changes have always been upgrades. The school talks of "constant improvement," and it walks its talk. STMA is what it says and more. A truly Great School that deserves the high ratings it has on this website.

- submitted by a community member
July 24, 2013
This was once a wonderful place that truly cared about its students focusing on being Catholic, classical, & college prep (in that order). Sadly priorities have shifted as the school intends on becoming elite, wanting to compete with schools like Phillips Exeter. While the classical curriculum remains, low to mid-range performing students are now weeded out; not wanting to lower the college profile. Senior classes have only 1/2 to 2/3 of the students that started 4 years prior. It is all about college acceptances & how many scholarships they have been offered. While some students do get significant offers, many do not end up going to these schools that their families cannot afford, but it makes for fantastic marketing! Teacher turnover is a problem. This year 7 staff members left, some mid-year. While explanations are given, it is a continuing trend & raises a red flag. Most disconcerting is the lack of an authentic Christian attitude in a place that prides itself on being so virtuous. The theology & practices indoctrinate students into pre-Vatican II superiority. Even devout Catholics who are faithful to the Magisterium find out they are not Catholic enough for this school!

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2013
Saint Thomas More is an exceptional school. Our son just graduated last weekend. This school challenges students while providing a supportive environment to foster their success. The class sizes are small (his senior class was about 30). But this has many benefits. All the students know each other and all the teachers know every student. Academically, my son likely spent 15-20 hours per week on school work. But that work resulted in his acceptance to NCSU. I'm confident he is fully prepared to do well there given the critical thinking and work habits he's developed as a student at STMA. The faculty is excellent and he will miss them as much as his classmates. This high school is just over 10 years old and already has a reputation as one of the finest in the area. It is a college prep school, therefore, you must understand the coursework is going to be demanding and challenging for your student. A number of prestigious universities deploy recruiters to the school and the institutions these students gain acceptance into is impressive - many of them with scholarships. We have always considered STMA as an investment in our son's success. It has proven to be well worth it!

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2013
It is unfortunate that the negative reviews have been removed, especially since they are referred to by the ones that remain. (Look for them on zillow.) No need to be defensive, as the one star reviews make some legitimate points. The school does have a problem with replacing excellent, experienced teachers with inexperienced ones. And parent involvement is not encouraged. Criticism is no more welcome than it seems to be on this web site. However, no school is perfect, and this is a very good one. The academic and behavior standards are very high, the quality of the education being offered is second to none, and these kids are being well prepared to get into any college in the country.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2013
Wonderful school. Excellent teachers. Superior curriculum. This school has become the premier Catholic high school in Raleigh. Academically, there is nothing close.

- submitted by a parent
January 23, 2013
For the anonymous reviewer on December 9, what school are you talking about? Must not be this one! Have you asked these "questions" of the school? I doubt they'd have any trouble answering you. And to say that a "behavioral model" is without Catholic credentials is simply false. They model their work after St. John Bosco. An ignorant review, either about the wrong school or just mean-spirited. This school has more applicants than they can take in. It's a super Catholic prep school, just what's needed.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2013
Parents should understand this school takes spiritual life, morals, and academics very seriously. If you do your part as a parent, to ensure the right fit for your child's needs you will not be disappointed- I say this as I see one star reviews written in such generalities it makes me think they did not do their homework to find the best fit for their child/family. We looked at multiple schools in the area two years in advance of high school and it was a true blessing to find STMA. Our son has made more progress in academics in half a semester than his last two years of middle school combined. The beauty of this school is that there are no constraints on the administration/teachers to change things up and they do, all with the best interest of the students in mind! Our student is happy and growing in mind as well as spirit >::::>

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2012
Sorry, but there is clearly no credibility to a 1-star review of STMA. I have had a student there for three years and I am sending another son in the Fall- which I would hardly do if I felt the quality had dropped as precipitously as the other poster. By any academic measure STMA is one of the top three schools in the Triangle. And its costs are a faction of its competitors. Not only does the school have 100% college placement, and at good schools, the average SAT is excellent. The school is much more responsive to college placement than a typical HS. They bent over backwards to make sure that college had everything they needs for ED dates, including calling the admissions office for me multiple times in a day. I dont see how you can ask any more of them. If you are super concerned about athletics, STMA might not be the best fit. If you are concerned about academics and character you'd be crazy not to look them over. Maybe there is stuff you dont like but 1-star has no credibility.

- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2012
I have always been extremely happy with this school in the past years but I'm not sure about the direction the school is heading in. I understand that there is always some growing pains with new staff members but the students schedules are so full and the homework has increased so much that my children are feeling very stressed and overwhelmed. I just hope the new administration realizes that an excessive amount of classes and homework doesn't make a great school.

- submitted by a parent
June 24, 2012
Do not think that I have come to abolish the law or the prophets. I have come not to abolish but to fulfill."(Matthew 5:17) It seems that there have always been people who resist growth and improvement. Don't know about the parents that posted the negative comments (without real reasons), but we spoke to the teachers and admin. It's clear that they are trying to fulfill the wishes of the school's founder and improve STMA to the benefit of all students. They're also doing what WE want, working hard to build a joyful CATHOLIC college preparatory school. Faculty turnover? We also asked about this. Teachers are going on to grad. school, staying home to raise children, start a business, retiring, etc. Others were offered opportunities to move from part to full time, but couldn't based on schedules. In hiring new teachers, it appears they've hired the best in the school's history. They all taught classes at STMA as part of the interview and our kids said they were "awesome." Honestly, the place needed new, enthusiastic, and experienced teachers! WHY WORRY? Trust in Him! "Do not worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of itself. Sufficient for a day is its own evil."(Matthew 6:34)

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2012
Lots of changes this year but all been for the better. Don't foresee that upward trajectory changing. Faculty move on for various reasons but new faculty coming in is outstanding. Please don't let a few sour notes on this webpage ruin a beautiful symphony. Great things happening at this school.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2012
As an alumna of St. Thomas More Academy, I certainly can provide the "whole story" about what this school has meant to me--and to many others. STMA's rigorous curriculum not only prepared me exceptionally well for my humanities major at UNC-Chapel Hill (I graduated with honors and distinction and I attribute this entirely to my foundation at STMA), but also, as a previous poster mentioned, taught me how to think, reflect, and grapple with complex moral, social, and political issues. STMA was more than this, however. It truly formed my character. The faculty were, and are, some of the most dedicated people I have ever known. Even now, five years after graduation, I maintain contact with them and I still consider them valuable mentors. The faculty are truly concerned with the moral and intellectual wellbeing of every single student, which makes them more than impressive scholars: they are, quite simply, role models. Moreover, STMA's unwavering committment to upholding Catholic values makes it truly unique. I attribute my spiritual development entirely to my STMA experience. I guarantee that nowhere else will you find this combination of dedication to academic and moral excellence.

- submitted by a community member
June 07, 2012
I am saddened at the lack of charity and justice - not to mention accuracy - in the negative postings. I have one student at STMA and another starting in the fall. Ask the departing faculty why they are leaving -no scandal there. The incoming faculty are graduates of top programs who could easily be teaching at the college level. STMA TEACHES STUDENTS TO THINK - not perform mimicry to satisfy some state bureaucrat; this fact is borne out by the college admissions and record-breaking merit-based scholarships awarded to the class of 2012. The Catholic formation is faithful and true. The students are HAPPY. The students are LEARNING. They are in a safe environment where deviations from the rule of charity are dealt with swiftly and surely. As a parent who takes her responsibility seriously, I have FULL confidence in the administration and faculty. The Headmaster and Dean of Studies have immersed themselves in making STMA the best in every way imaginable. The faculty are dedicated, bright, enthusiastic and have a deep commitment to the students. Faithfully and fully Catholic, classical education with proven results, emphasis on character formation - can't be beat!

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2012
I have a student at St. Thomas More Academy. Normally I wouldn't bother responding to an anonymous negative posting but the damage that can be done by such irresponsibility has to be addressed. Anyone who is tempted to believe that St. Thomas More Academy is anything but an already outstanding school on the rise needs to come in ASAP and find out the truth. Please do ask the students. They are very content and secure. There is a camaraderie among the student body and among the faculty/administration that is palpable. There is a sense that most of the students realize that they are a part of something very important... and while teens will be teens, the rising tide lifts all boats at this school. It is so nice to experience "peer pressure" in the positive sense! As a parent of a teen my job is made easier because of the fine work of the Headmaster, Dean of Studies and faculty. Our child is getting a top-rate education in a school that is faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church and which challenges its students to live out those teachings in an environment of excellence.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2012
I'm blown away. All the changes have been nothing but beneficial to the students and school. As far as academics go- being that this is the first year under new administration, the school has raised more money in scholarships and gained admittance to even more prestigious schools than any other year goes to show what the future holds. And as time goes on, changes have to happen. Some teachers have to do their own thing and the faculty that is coming in will be amazing. I'm a Junior and I've seen the growth the school has taken in this year alone. By far the best place to be!

- submitted by a student
August 17, 2011
St. Thomas More is an excellent high school. There are three areas of strength: - a sound education plan - well educated and caring teachers - a strong peer group The education is based on the Trivium method, which means your kid will be expected to learn Latin, Grammar and rhetoric. There are readings in classical history and literature. On Fridays there is a Speakers series where a notable outside personage comes in and give a talk and takes questions. By the end of the year your child should be able to hold a conversation with an adult and not sound like an idiot ;-) Tuesday and Thursdays the classes are 1 hours and 20 minutes which allows more depth. Honors courses are handled by a student being given extra papers or test questions. The teachers all know their subjects very well and actually care about your kid. They *will* know everything about them and are anxious to write referral letters or call colleges for them. No kid is a number here which may be tough if your kid likes to be anonymous. An advantage is the kids. Yeah they still skype and play games but you will get a lot less home work resistance since they are all producing too. It sets a good peer example.

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December 29, 2009
Our son was an above average middle school student. He was challenged by the academics at STMA in his freshman year. Now, as a sophomore, we see a confident young man who will have a lot of college choices. This is a great Catholic school with a solid classical curriculum. Our daughter will also be attending in a couple of years!

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St. Thomas More Academy
3109 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, NC  27616
(919) 878-7640
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