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SPECIAL EVENTS
Alumni Hockey Event, January 3rd – Ebersole
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Basketball Alumni Gathering,
Fri, Feb 6

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Stepinac Trustees Awards Reception April 16, 2015
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LATEST NEWS

Varsity Football Team wins NYCHSFL AAA Title Over Iona Prep


No. 1 Stepinac's defense clinched a 16-14 victory over No. 3 Iona Prep on an interception — its third — on the final play in front of about 6,000 at Fordham's Coffey Field. It sealed the program's first CHSFL championship since it shared the title in 1955.
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Senior, Jack Dailey ’15 Honored


On Oct. 16th, the New York City Scouts and the National Court of Honor presented Jack Dailey ‘15 with their greatest honor, the coveted Honor Medal with Crossed Palms, for racing into a burning apartment building to save his elderly neighbor and a toddler.

Seniors Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

On Saturday, November 15, 2014, 82 seniors braved the frigid waters of Long Island Sound to support the New York State Special Olympics. The Stepinac team raised more than $12,000 for this worthy cause.
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Stepinac Participates in Annual Coat Drive

Archbishop Stepinac High School students recently mobilized to donate more than 100 coats and other warm winter apparel to support The Children’s Collective’s 24th Annual Coat Drive. Stepinac contributed the most number of coats of all the organizations and schools that participated in this year’s drive.
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A year after eliminating textbooks: Stepinac VP looks at results


Archbishop Stepinac High School started school last year with a new project: eliminating paper textbooks in favor of an all-online curriculum for its 700 students. The school's vice principal, Frank Portanova, has written a paper talking about the school's experiences that recently was published in eSchoolNews.com.
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