Author: Camrynne Six

Washington, D.C., Trip by Christian C., Senior Every year I look forward to the high school trip because it is always guaranteed to be an amazing and memorable trip in some form. This year's trip to D.C. not only met my basic expectations, but exceeded them. Exploring...

We are looking forward to gathering as a community for our annual State of the School address on Monday, May 21, 7:00pm, at South Campus. We ask that each family make it a priority to attend, as we will be honoring John Breckenridge's service as our...

St. Stephen's Academy's 5th grade students had an amazing biological opportunity recently. They had just been studying was the macrosystems of the human body: circulatory, respiratory, digestive, skeletal, muscular, and integumentary. They learned why systems are important to organisms, why we should study the systems...

At a glance, Hancock Field Station may appear bleak and arid, but it couldn’t be further from that. Teeming with life, both observable and otherwise, the incredibly biodiverse location for this year’s 7th and 8th grade outdoor school was nothing short of incredible. OMSI instructors...

At our Evening of Fine arts in April many students were recognized for their achievements in the fine arts. St. Stephen’s Academy Annual Art Contest Drawing 1st - Gresham B.   2nd - Hannah H. 3rd - Aiden S. Painting 1st - Daniel D. 2nd - Lydia E. 3rd - Grace T. Photography 1st - Katherine D. 2nd...

Farewell to a Faithful Friend by Cheryl Boden   A special friend to St. Stephen’s Academy, Mrs. Shirley Kennedy, went home to the Lord last weekend at age 97. Few in our school community will have known her, but she played a humble but important part in our...

St. Stephen's Academy sophomore, Isaiah R., has been recognized by the National Association of Scholars for scoring in the top 1% of students in the nation on this year's CLT-10! Congratulations for this remarkable achievement, Isaiah! You can read more about the new Classic Learning...

Our 8th-12th grade Festival Choir competed at the State Choir Competition this week. Out of 39 1A/2A choirs in the state, we placed 7th. Thank you Mrs. Killebrew and Festival Choir for your hard work and singing so beautifully!...