• Drama Club’s production of “Sister Act” captures three top Metro’s
  • School Hosts Legacy Reception
  • Drama Club Members of the Cast “Sister Act” Brighten Day for Patients at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in White Plains while also Paying Tribute to The Good Counsel Academy
  • Stepinac Holds 66th Annual Commencement
  • Stepinac Golf Team Wins CHSAA City Championship

Stepinac’s renowned Drama Club’s rousing production of “Sister Act” captured three top Metropolitan High School Theater Awards (Metros) Awards during the 18th Annual awards ceremony hosted by the school at the school’s famed Major Bowes Auditorium. The Metros are regarded as the equivalent of the Tony Awards in the lower Hudson Valley.

Archbishop Stepinac High School’s appeal extends across generations as evidenced by the recent Legacy reception that recognized several alumni fathers, uncles and their sons and nephew of the Class of 2016.

The spotlight brightly shined in more ways than one recently during Stepinac High School’s acclaimed Drama Club’s production of the rousing musical, Sister Act. Stepinac was one of the first high schools in the nation to present the regional premiere production of this feel-amazing musical comedy

Archbishop Stepinac High School recently held its 66th Annual Commencement exercises for the Class of 2016 on May 26th. 177 students received their diplomas from Rev. Thomas Collins (Class of ’79), President, as faculty, parents, relatives and friends joined in congratulating and wishing them continued success at college and in their future careers.

At Knollwood Country Club, the Stepinac Golf Team defeated rival Iona Prep by a score of 3-2 in extra holes. With the match all squared 2-2 the last pairing finished 18 holes all tied. Junior, Chris Garceau won his match on the first playoff hole to secure the CHSAA City Championship. This is the first golf title since 1977