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St. Thomas Aquinas High School (STA) is a private, Catholic co-educational high school located in Louisville, Ohio, United States, run by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown. It was founded in 1964 to serve the Catholic families of eastern Stark County and parts of Portage County. When it opened, Aquinas enrolled both male and female students, but was a single-sex educational institution, as boys and girls attended classes within separate wings of the school. STA began practicing its current co-educational format in 1970.AcademicsIn 2004, Aquinas adopted a new model of governance and administration for the school.As of the 2009–2010 school year: The president of the school is Thomas Dyer, who served as a teacher and administrator from 1972–1984 The principal is Joseph C. Vagedes, previously a long-time Chemistry teacher and administrator at the school. As of the 2016-2017 school year: Father Thomas Dyer retired and is serving as the president emeritus. The principal is Frederick Schlueter, previously the assistant principal at Alliance High School. The assistant principal is Laura Parise. There is also a Board of Directors that oversee all operations of the school, including finances, enrollment, fundraising, mission, development, etc., and is made up of various individuals with Aquinas connections including alumni, parents of former Aquinas students, and parents of current Aquinas students.
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