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Mission Statement

The mission of Aquinas High School is “developing Christian leaders” through an excellent
Catholic secondary education. The school emphasizes moral/ethical standards and strives for
a Christian integration of spirit, mind, and body in each student.

Welcome to Aquinas

Welcome to Aquinas High School! We hope that by perusing these pages you will gain a better understanding of who we are and all that we have to offer.
As a Catholic, college-prep school, we offer rigorous academics at three different levels: College Prep, Honors, and Advanced Placement. Our AP Exam Pass Rate of 79% indicates that our faculty and students are committed to their teaching and learning. AP classes are accessible to students beginning in 9th grade, and we require that all AP students sit for the AP exam in May.
Aquinas students compete in football, cross country, volleyball, basketball, swimming, soccer, cheerleading, track, golf, tennis, and baseball through the Georgia High School Association (GHSA). We also participate in shotgun and clay target through GISA.
Through sports, students learn to work hard, depend on each other, and dig deep when they are struggling. We play to WIN every time, but we need to know how to conduct ourselves with grace and dignity regardless of the weather, the officiating, or the outcome.
We encourage our students to hit the books hard and to join in extra-curricular activities. Over 90% of our student body participate in sports, drama, or one of our academic teams (Quiz Bowl, Model UN, Math League, or Science Olympiad).
Not only do our students take religion classes daily, but they are also required to perform works of mercy throughout the year. Of paramount importance is the lens through which we teach our classes, that of the Catholic worldview. We want students to know their faith and practice their faith, now and for years to come.
Call our admissions director to set up a tour or come in and talk about our programs, financial aid, and more.  
Maureen Lewis (’84)

Thank you to our 2019 Legacy Dinner Sponsors!

Queensborough Logo
Atlantic Trust Logo
Mr. & Mrs. Ashley Lansford Smith, Sr.
Dr. & Mrs. Danny Newman, Jr.
Casella Eye Center
Jordan Trotter
Mr. & Mrs. Charlie May

Calendar of Events

19 May


2:30 PM – 5 PM
Location: St Mary on the Hill Catholic Church, 1420 Monte Sano Ave, Augusta, GA 30904, USA

Our Latest News

Divine Mercy Conference

Divine Mercy Conference

The world needs more than ever the Mercy of God. Do you want to spread the Message of Divine Mercy? Come to our 1st Annual Congress of Divine Mercy. St Teresa of Avila Catholic Church
2019 Summer Camps

2019 Summer Camps

We are excited to offer a variety of summer camps for a wide range of ages. This summer we will have baseball, football, basketball, cheerleading, math, and SAT prep camps. Click here for more information.
AP Exams

Pay for AP Exams HERE

All students in an AP class are required to take its AP exam. If you pay online the cost for each test is $97; if you pay with a check the cost is $94. If you want to pay online, please click the headline.
AU Summer Camps

AU Summer Camps

Augusta University has several camps over the summer with a wide range of topics. Take a look at all of the opportunities available for high school students.

GenCyber Summer Camp

GenCyber is a residential summer camp, aimed to encourage students to pursue cybersecurity related fields and increase diversity in the cyber workforce. GenCyber will be held at Augusta University’s Summerville and Riverfront Campuses (Georgia Cyber Center), the week of June 22-29, 2019 and is open to rising juniors and seniors. Applications are now open.