The St. Thomas Aquinas High School Athletic Program is an extension of the classroom. We believe that participating in interscholastic athletics enriches the educational experience of our students. Our student-athletes become well-rounded and engaged members of our community. The combination of academics and athletics fostered at St. Thomas Aquinas maximizes the overall experience for the entire family.
St. Thomas Aquinas High School offers a wide variety of co-ed sports programs, with 29 varsity teams, as well as 13 junior varsity programs and 9 Freshman teams. On a yearly basis, well over fifty percent of Saint Thomas students participate in at least one sport. The St. Thomas Aquinas Saints compete in Division II of the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association
. The school participates in Division I in Men's Hockey, Division III in Wrestling, and Division II in Football.
Freshmen will find our sports programs to be a wonderful opportunity to improve their individual skills, work toward team goals and make new friends. Players of greater skill will find our varsity programs challenging and competitive. Since 2000, St. Thomas has won 36 individual and 21 team State Championships.
|Student-Athlete and Parent Athletic Handbook|
The Student/Parent Athletic Handbook contains the policies and procedures of the St. Thomas Aquinas Athletic Department. All athletes, parents, coaches, and spectators are expected to familiarize themselves with the policies of the program.
Our concussion manual contains all of our policies regarding the treatment and prevention of concussions and head injuries for our athletes. We ask that all athletes and parents familiarize themselves with the content of our concussion handbook.
|Winter Sports signups are now open. The St. Thomas Aquinas Athletic Department has partnered with FamilyID, an online registration program, to help ease the paperwork process that goes into every season at the school. Please take a few minutes to register your child for winter sports, the emergency, health history and family information that you include will help us to ensure that the start of the winter season goes smoothly. If you have any questions please contact Ryan Brown at 603-742-3206.|
Mr. Marc Schoff
Math Teacher, Assistant Athletic Director
(603) 742-3206 x2244
Mr. Eric Cumba
Assistant Athletic Director, Supervisory Aide, Football Coach
(603) 742-3206 x2250