• Stepinac High School's New Honors Academy Empowers Students with Unique Real-World Learning Experiences
  • Stepinac High School Drama Club’s Theater Lab To Stage Tony/Oscar-Winning “Amadeus”
  • Stepinac Inducts 51 Students into National Honor Society
  • Rice University Digital Learning Expert Affirms: “Stepinac is Truly a Model for High School Education in America”
  • Stepinac High School Students Mark Giving Tuesday with Holiday Food Drive To Support Lifting Up Westchester
  • Stepinac High School Senior Harshal Shet Honored by Westchester County Youth Board For Outstanding Contributions to Community

From gaining a rare inside look about how one of the nation’s top hospitals runs to witnessing a day in the life of a judge of a major municipal family court house, the inaugural group of Stepinac High School’s Honors Academy students has been enjoying unique learning experiences via a series of field trips and lectures. When Stepinac announced a year ago plans to launch the first-of-its-kind Honors Academy, a primary goal of the new initiative was to empower students to see the relationship between their academy studies and their application to the real world

Stepinac High School’s innovative Theater Lab will present a production of the Tony and Oscar-winning “Amadeus” by Peter Shaffer during two performances to be staged at the school’s Major Bowes Auditorium, Saturday, March 4 and at 2 PM, March 5

Archbishop Stepinac High School, recently inducted 51 students into its National Honor Society (NHS) chapter during an induction ceremony held at the school. The NHS was created to recognize the nation’s outstanding high school students. Students are inducted into the NHS based on their high academic performance, their service to the school and community, their demonstrated leadership skills, and their good character

Archbishop Stepinac High School’s leadership in digital learning continues to be recognized by educators and renowned experts in the field. The latest acknowledgment was voiced by Daniel Williamson, Managing Director of OpenStax at Rice University, following his visit last February to learn more about the school’s advanced personalized blended learning environment.In a report about his observations, he concluded: “Stepinac is truly a model for high school education in America.”

A group of Archbishop Stepinac High School students marked Giving Tuesday today by collecting 70 bags of food for the holiday meals program of Lifting Up Westchester.

One of 10 Westchester High School Students to Receive Prestigious 2016 Milly Kibrick Youth Service Award.
Harshal Shet of White Plains, a rising senior at Archbishop Stepinac High School, was recently honored by the Westchester County Youth Board with the 2016 Milly Kibrick Youth Service Award for his outstanding contributions to the community.


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