Today, students, staff, present/former school leaders, and school supporters kicked off Episcopal Schools Week with a celebration chapel service. The students learned about the school’s history and sang “Happy Birthday” to St. Stephen’s Episcopal School.
Over 150 students walked through the front doors of St. Stephen’s Episcopal School for a 40th year in the city!
The 19th class of 8th grade students graduated from St. Stephen’s Episcopal School.
Our students gathered today to hear and take part in celebrating and honoring Black history through a spoken word and musical performance.
St. Stephen's School Sunday brought parishioners and school staff, students, and families together for worship.
This fall, our students raced on Riverfront Park to raise funds for education. Thank you to the Race for Education committee and the school board as we have tallied over $10,000!
Alex Morelli is our National Geographic Bee winner. Cheer him on as he takes a qualifying test to possibily compete at the state level.
40 years later, the vision of Mrs. Patricia Cameron, the founder of St. Stephen's Episcopal School, is still going strong. Read this feature article published in The Burg.
My name is Ellen Min Hartman and I am honored that the school board has appointed me as the new Head of School. I am excited about the opportunity to serve your family alongside the talented and dedicated St. Stephen’s school staff.
St. Stephen's Episcopal School, along with other schools that use the city as a classroom, appeared in the November 2013 issue of the "The Burg". Check out the article below and some pics of our students "in the city!"