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Are you aware that a small contingent of St. Stephen's students have been passing themselves off as adults? It's true. Sometimes the greatest truths are discovered through a fiction. Last Saturday morning, near Multnomah County Courthouse, several of our high schoolers were spotted on 4th...

After 1A St. Stephen’s Academy made an unexpected run into the State Championship Cross-Country meet in 2018, the Archers from Beaverton ended up placing 2nd in the State meet, runners-up to two-time champions Cove High School.  Prior to 2018, the Archers men had only qualified...

We had so much fun celebrating the end of the school year together! Thank you to everyone who contributed to this day in any way - we couldn't have done it without you! If you missed Field Day, mark your calendar for June 12, 2020....

On Friday, June 7, St. Stephen's enjoyed its 9th Commencement Exercises, as we graduated the Class of 2019. We are proud of these graduates and are excited to see what God has in store for them. ...

After 12 years of faithful service to St. Stephen's Academy, Karen Alston is retiring. She has touched the lives of so many as a 5th grade teacher and our Grammar School Principal. We are grateful for her wisdom, kindness, encouragement, and prayers over the years....

... we traveled to South Campus to do frog dissections in the Upper School science lab with Mrs. Holt. This was the culmination of our science unit on macrosystems. It was interesting to investigate and then identify the systems and components of the frogs. ...

... we celebrated our study of Egypt with an Ancient Egypt Fair. We had a fun day building pyramids, playing Egyptian games, feasting on Egyptian foods, and dressing up in ancient Egypt attire. ...

... we went on a field trip to see three churches in downtown Portland. We were finishing a unit in Medieval architecture and were looking for Romanesque and Gothic styles. First, we drove to The Parish of St. Mark, where there is a beautiful altar,...