The house system at Tolton Catholic High School is a place where all students become part of our community of faith. It is an extension of our developing campus ministry program and students are called to share in God’s call through ministry and mentorship. It also is designed to enhance the mission of our school and the development of the entire student through the pillars of Spirit, Heart, Mind, and Body. Our faculty and staff seek to make each house a welcoming environment where students of all grade levels come together for faith, fun, and fellowship.
Each week, students meet with members of their house for short activities to foster individual and communal growth. Students also have the opportunity to cultivate their servant leadership through many different avenues. Activities range from faith-sharing in homeroom to organizing spirit weeks to facilitating service drives. Our houses have partnered with such organizations as American Red Cross, St. Raymond’s Society, and The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri.
Each house is named for a saint whose values lead the drive towards spiritual growth, a heart of service, a call to leadership, and the individual’s well-being. Our current focus is developing the identity of each house by looking to our six patron saints for inspiration: St. Blaise, St. Ethelbert of Kent, St. Aloysius Gonzaga, St. Maximilian Kolbe, St. Sebastian, and St. Francis Xavier.
“House” — Describes the whole system
“Community” or “Saint Community” — Whole House
“Homeroom” — Group of 15-18 students and a mentor teacher within a larger house
Cobalt Blue & Gray
Crimson & Gold
Lavender, Black & White
Red & White
Emerald Green & Silver
Navy & Gold