The Power to Transform Lives begins early at Aquinas Catholic Schools. Students are introduced to the power of servant leadership at age four. World languages begin at age five. At Aquinas Catholic Schools, students are taught compassion toward fellow students and an involved staff acts upon challenges from cliques and bullying immediately. Ninety-eight percent of the students in recent graduating classes went on to a four-year college. Our ACT test scores are 11% higher than the state average. All faiths are welcome.
Wisconsin Tax Deduction for Tuition Expenses
Learn more about a state tax deduction for private school tuition that begins in tax year 2014.
Aquinas Names New President (6-6-14)
Mr. Todd Goldsmith has been appointed as the the next president of Aquinas Catholic Schools, effective July 1, 2014. Mr. Goldsmith is a native of La Crosse who attended St. Thomas More Catholic School, on the city's south side, and Viterbo University. “The La Crosse area is a great place to raise a family and I am excited to move my family back to my roots,” Goldsmith said, “I look forward to using my experience to build on the positive momentum that Aquinas Catholic Schools has established.”
Goldsmith was a principal and Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Tulsa, Oklahoma where he worked with outgoing president Dr. Kurt Nelson. “I am tremendously excited about Todd Goldsmith’s appointment as the next president of Aquinas Catholic Schools and know he will do a fantastic job,” said Nelson, “I had the pleasure of working closely with Todd for twelve years in the Diocese of Tulsa. He is a person of tremendous integrity and ability. I know our school system will be in great hands." For the full announcement, click here.
ACS donates more than $2,000 to Casa Hogar Juan Pablo II, Peru
Helping orphaned and abandoned children living in extreme poverty soar to new heights in life – this is one of the ultimate goals of Casa Hogar Juan Pablo II Orphanage, Peru.
And on Thursday, May 15, Aquinas Catholic Schools showed their support by presenting a check for more than $2,000 to Msgr. Joseph Hirsch, Director of Casa Hogar, after celebrating Mass with Aquinas High School students and staff.
Following Mass, Msgr. Hirsch gave a presentation to Aquinas Middle School students, sharing with them the orphanage’s history, and a day in the life of Casa Hogar children.
To learn more about Casa Hogar Juan Pablo II and its mission, please visit www.homeajpm.org.
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