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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...

by Joshua W., 12th Grade Archery has become the little forgotten sport of SSA. Little known fact: it was actually the very first sport the school ever sponsored. It’s even how our mascot was formed. However as time has progressed, it has become less visible. However,...

Due to road conditions, the school is on a two-hour delayed start today. South Campus drop off begins at 9:25, and classes begin at 9:40. North Campus drop off begins at 10:30, and classes begin at 10:45.  We will continue to monitor conditions and post an update, if needed, by...

During our Fall Giving Campaign, Samson, an SSA father and Intel employee, coordinated the donation of 12 Hewlett-Packard laptops for our Upper School. Erik Haralson, also an Intel employee and our Chairman of the Board, volunteered to install all new hard drives which will make...

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...