Initiated and hosted by Luke Monteiro ’23, St. Thomas Aquinas High School’s “Sound in Silence” podcast focuses on different aspects of the STA community.

In this latest episode, Luke talks with the Robotics team captain, Jacob Kosko, and faculty mentor, Mr. Demos, to learn more about the team’s activities and design process.

In the latest episode of “Sound in Silence,” Luke sits down with two of our STA Hockey players – senior Max Murray and sophomore Jackson Estes. In their interview, they talk about the history of the hockey program, their 3 consecutive championship titles (including their undefeated championship season in 2021-2022), and their expectations for this season.

Podcast on the STA Debate Team with Owen Coffey ’25 and Mrs. Molly Wade, Co-Moderator.

In today’s podcast, Luke connects with Sra. Miriam Hanlon, STA Spanish teacher. His interview walks us through Sra.’s journey from Costa Rica, realizing her childhood dreams, and pursuing her biggest goal of all: “Always, I wanted to learn English.

Listen in as Luke spends time with our local God Squad: Frs. Andrew Nelson and Ryan Amazeen. Discover the most common misconceptions of the Catholic faith, hobbies of these two inspirational priests and even… how organ music can be a top favorite in the rectory.

Luke caught up with Tien Nguyen ’22 and gathered his thoughts on what it is like to be an international student at STA and in the United States.

Tien is also the winner of the 2020-21 “Sound in Silence” graphic logo contest! Congratulations, Tien! (Logo featured at the top of this page.)

Podcast with senior Gabrielle Berthiaume as she shares her excitement about serving with NET ministries next year.

Podcast with STA Administrative Services Coordinator, Cafeteria Supervisor, and Vice President of the Seacoast Browns Backers Association (Cleveland Browns Fan Club), Mr. Richard Greenslade Speaking on Mike Bloomberg

On October 29, 2020, Luke hosted his very first guest, Admission Director Dr. Danny Richer. Together, they explore Dr. Richer’s passion for music, most especially for Bruce Springsteen.

Click below for a very entertaining audible journey of faith… down “Thunder Road.” Saints Pride!