The High School of Saint Thomas More opened its doors in August of 2000 in response to area families who sought a continuation of Catholic education from grade school into high school. This comprehensive, co-educational, four-year high school offers academic excellence and is the only high school in Champaign-Urbana that offers an education consistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
The High School of Saint Thomas More has been blessed by donations of time, talent and treasure of the local Catholic community, the parents and the students it serves, the growing number of alumni, and the dedicated faculty and staff. Because of these countless acts of generosity, The High School of Saint Thomas More has provided to its students a strong spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical foundation in a Christ-centered environment.
Located in Champaign-Urbana, IL, The High School of Saint Thomas More (STM) is one of seven high schools of the Catholic Diocese of Peoria.
As a Catholic High School, STM seeks individuals committed and passionate about the mission of Catholic Education. At STM, teachers and staff are part of the STM family who works together with our families to help our students become the people God made them to be.
For the 2018-2019 school year, STM is welcoming individuals who would be able to be a part of the STM Faculty and Staff in the following areas:
Science (preference given to those with an understanding of biological sciences)
Girls Tennis Coach
Girls Golf Coach
Interested candidates should:
Send cover letter & resumés or inquiries to the Principal @ email@example.com.
Visit http://cdop.org/careers/ to complete an application through the Diocese of Peoria.
Once resumes and CDOP Applications have been submitted, STM will contact potential candidates for a tour of the campus and interview with Principal and Interview Team.
“Teaching is a beautiful job; as it allows you to see the growth of people entrusted to your care. It is a little like being parents, at least spiritually. It is a great responsibility” Pope Francis