• Stepinac Theatre Among Only Five High Schools in the U.S. Granted Permission by Walt Disney Theatricals to Produce Newsies, Tony Winning Musical
  • Stepinac High School Students Help Their Counterparts at Texas School Impacted By Hurricane Harvey
  • Distinguished Stepinac High School Alumnus Rear Admiral William G. Kelly of U.S. Coast Guard Visits Alma Mater to Address Students on Leadership
  • Stepinac High School to Showcase Acclaimed Academic and Extracurricular Programs at Fall Open House, Sunday, Oct. 15 and Wednesday, Oct. 24
  • Stepinac High School Names Alumnus, Keith Sunderland (Class of ’94), named as Director of Admissions

The acclaimed Stepinac Theatre continues to make news as a producer of award-winning musicals. The latest big headline is that Stepinac was one of only five high schools in the U.S (and the only one in New York State!) that was granted permission by Walt Disney Theatricals to produce Newsies, the 2012 Tony-winning musical. The cast and stage crew of the renowned all-boys Catholic high school will stage six performances at Stepinac’s Major Bowes Auditorium, 950 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains at 7:30 PM, December 1, 2, 8 and 9 and at 2 PM, Dec. 9 and 10. Cost of tickets is $22 for adults and $18 for seniors and children under 12. For information regarding tickets, please call (914) 946-4800 Ext. 200

Stepinac Students and Families to Collect Supplies for 9th Grade Biology Class as Part of “Adopt a Classroom” Campaign

Rear Admiral William G. Kelly, Assistant Commandant for Human Resources, U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), a distinguished alumnus of Stepinac High School (Class of ’83) took time from his duties recently to visit his alma mater to address juniors and seniors about a subject he knows best—leadership, values and the importance for young people to express gratitude to all who help them

Archbishop Stepinac High School, ranked as one of the nation’s top 50 Catholic high schools, will showcase its acclaimed academic and extracurricular programs that shape young men for post-secondary success at its Fall Open House. Located at 950 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, the all-boys school will host visitors from 2 to 4 PM, Sunday, October 15 and again from 6 to 8 PM, Wednesday, October 24.

Archbishop Stepinac High School has named alumnus Keith Sunderland (Class of ’94), distinguished member of the administration and faculty, as Director of Admissions. The appointment continues Sunderland’s notable 18-year career at the all-boys Catholic high school where he served as Dean of Students, as a member of the administration and faculty and as producer and co-moderator of the acclaimed Drama Club.


College Presentation to Parents of Seniors, 7pm