Extracurricular

Quest

Quest provides daily art, athletic, and academic enrichment opportunities after school for all St. Thomas students every semester. Like the entire St. Thomas education, our enrichment programming is very intentional in its approach. Even in the programs geared toward our youngest learners, we do not view Quest as day care. Each program has an organized and planned structure that emphasizes skill development, socialization, and, of course, fun!

Every Quest offering is held on our campus, making full use of our six acres of fields, courts, and innovative indoor spaces. Offerings rotate from semester to semester, and pricing varies by program.

Current Parent

I never have to worry about getting my daughter to practice or a music lesson during rush hour. I know she’s safe, happy, and receiving the same great level of coaching at St. Thomas.

Quest Offerings

  • Art Thyme Ceramics
  • Art Thyme Painting
  • Ballet
  • Baseball/Softball
  • Basketball
  • Chess (“Beginner,” “Tournament,” and “With Parents”)
  • Choir (Chapel)
  • Code Explorers (Architecture and Robotic Engineering)
  • Cooking
  • Fencing
  • Fit Kids
  • Flag Football
  • Flamenco Dance
  • French
  • Golf
  • Homework
  • In the Spotlight
  • Isabella & Ferdinand Academia de Espanol
  • Irish Dance
  • Lacrosse
  • Little Dragons
  • Lil’ Sports
  • Mind Lab
  • Mindcraft
  • Piano
  • Robotics
  • Soccer
  • Spanish
  • SSAT/ISEE Test Prep
  • Tae Kwon Do
  • Tap
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Yoga
  • Zumba

Soccer Program

St. Thomas is piloting an after school Soccer Program for kindergarten – 5th grade students.  The program will incorporate practice sessions based on the U.S. Soccer Curriculum, as well as other training that will help the child grow in agility, conditioning, and speed work.  Online registration opens November 2 - 5. 

Quest and Enrichment Contact Information

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Joseph Mancuso

    Joseph Mancuso 

    Director of Athletics and Quest Programs
  • Photo of Myra Vargas Millan

    Myra Vargas Millan 

    Jr. Preschool Teacher