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Our South Campus welcomed the 5th grade students to Preview Day on Tuesday to give them just a glimpse into life as a middle school student next fall. Excitement was high as they started their day off with fun activities in the gym with Mr. Koch, Mr....

A few weeks ago we sent a letter to the school community describing the 2017-18 St. Stephen's Academy Annual Fund Campaign. Our goal through the Campaign is to raise at least $220,000 toward the operational needs of the school. The first component of this effort,...

...11th grade students have been learning about the quantum principles governing atomic structures. To put their understanding to the test, students played electron-ic battleship. "Ships" were placed across different elements on the periodic table and students took turns "firing" at different elements by naming specific...

5th Grade Class Visits Hearthstone - Carrie Cybulski, 5th-B Teacher Our class had a wonderful visit to Hearthstone this last week. We had the privilege of presenting a short play about the Pilgrims' voyage to the New World and their friendship with the Native Americans upon landing in...

Today is Giving Tuesday, where non-profits and charitable causes across the nation are encouraging patrons to support their cause and stewardship in general. Through the power of social media and person to person interactions today, tens of millions of dollars will find their way to worthy causes. Our cause...

Last Friday evening our High School students thoroughly enjoyed a masquerade ball themed protocol event. This annual event gives the students an opportunity to dress up, practice their social graces, eat a nice meal together, and try out their recent dance step instructions on the...

...five of our students had photography accepted into a New York City gallery! The Bachelor of Fine Arts program from The School of Visual Art in New York sponsors this exhibit in their Gramercy Park gallery. Gresham B., Emelia C., Christian C., Katherine D., and Hannah H....

... the students enjoyed a morning at Jackson Bottom Wetlands as an extension of their study of birds. They donned binoculars and set out with a guide to explore the trails around the wetlands, looking for native birds. The students spotted several species of geese,...

High School Cross Country 2017 Season by Tim Tsuei, HS XC Coach ​ Cross country is a unique sport. Since the competitive season starts just before actual classes begin, conditioning and practicing must begin during summer months when rigorous schedules, commitment to standards, setting of goals, and getting out...