Grades: 5 - 8
Aquinas High School, a Diocesan Catholic Secondary School, opened in 1957 following the merger of Boy's Catholic High School, operated by the Marist Brothers under the Diocese of Savannah, and Mt. St. Joseph's Academy, owned and operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. The mission of Aquinas High School is to provide an excellent Catholic secondary education. The school emphasizes moral and ethical standards, skills for living and self esteem, and strives for a Christian integration of spirit, mind, and body in each student. Aquinas seeks to foster respect for all persons, to encourage responsibility in each individual and to promote participation and leadership among its students.