• STA’s DECA Chapter Takes on a New Face

    By David M Just as 2016 comes to an end and 2017 promises to bring new change, so too does everyone’s favourite business entrepreneurship club, DECA. STA’s DECA chapter was in need of a new administrative team and a new

    October 23, 2016 • Featured, Student Life • Views: 2

  • The Grade 9’s Retreat “Cheat Day”

    By Gabbie C Let’s be honest, high school can be tough — especially if you are an IB student. Sure, the IB program is a great experience, but with it comes a lot of time-management and responsibility. Despite the fact that I

    October 23, 2016 • Featured, Opinion • Views: 2

  • Coming Soon to the STA Stage!

    By Gabbie C It all started with a naive teenage girl, hiding in the same place for years, who kept a diary that wasn’t exactly filled with our modern day “teenage angst”. This girl’s name was Anne Frank, and her story is

    October 14, 2016 • Featured, Student Life • Views: 6

  • Swag Magazine 2016

    Congratulations to our 2016 grads! You’ve come a long way, baby! Check out our baby grad magazine: Swag 2016  

    June 22, 2016 • Featured, Student Life • Views: 46

  • Have You Met This Raider? Geena Denno

    This year’s StudCo Female VP, Geena Denno was a busy person, but she still managed to rock her position. Being VP had been a goal of Denno’s since grade nine, so she was ecstatic when she was elected. However, with all of her

    June 21, 2016 • Featured • Views: 59

  • IB: Where Are They?

      By: R. Gogorici Here at St. Thomas Aquinas, our IB students have given their all to succeeding with extreme academic pressure and stress levels to pursue their goals and earn their way into greatness. The end of the year

    June 7, 2016 • Featured • Views: 68

  • The Game of Life: Re-invented

    By Elizabeth Kidd The administration of St. Thomas Aquinas does not support or condone the playing of this game, and at no time are students allowed to play on school property. 112 students, two winners and two major cash prizes.

    June 7, 2016 • Student Life • Views: 63

  • No Shoes. No Meat. No Problem.

    By: S. Pilon These are the words that Jazmine Frias lives her life by. As a self-proclaimed hippie, she has dedicated her life to raising awareness about global warming and other environmental issues. Even going as far as to

    June 7, 2016 • Featured, Student Life • Views: 54

  • Confessions of a Conscientious Objector

    By: B. McDonald It is the tale that has been passed down from generation, to generation. PROM. Yes it is a thing, and yes, it has infected a majority of the grade twelve population. Nevertheless, I continuously ask myself

    June 7, 2016 • Opinion • Views: 55

  • Have You Met This Student- Clare Rayment

    As co-Chair of the Peace and Justice Club (PJs) this year, Clare Rayment took on a lot of responsibility. She’s been involved with the PJs since grade 9 and has been an executive since grade 10. “In grade 10, Christeen the

    June 7, 2016 • Featured • Views: 53