Extended care Program (Orientation - Middle Years)
St. Stephen’s Extended Care program is a fun-filled, age-appropriate program for Orientation through Middle Years, that nurtures the unique gifts and character of each student. We promote understanding and respect, cultivate a sense of responsibility for our interconnected world. Extended Care operates on regularly scheduled school days as well All School Conferences and most teacher in-services. View Extended Care Enrollment Information or our Extended Care after school schedule.
Fine Arts Academy (Kinder - Middle Years)
We a unique after school Fine Arts Academy (FAA). Through our program, students learn problem-solving, abstract thinking and creative expression. Our instructors are all professionals that tailor instruction to students' level of experience.
Summer Camp (Orientation - Upper El)
Our Summer Camp Programs are designed to foster an appreciation the natural world and to encourage interest and wonder. Each session will involve outside activities and opportunities for academic and creative expression.
After School Activities sports and science!
Get involved with sports and science! Each after school activity is carefully planned so sessions do not overlap... that means more students can participate, learn and grow from our wonderful community partners. All activities take place on the campus . If your child is in extended care, our partners will check them out of extended care and return them once their activity session is complete!
MARTIAL ARTS ACADEMY -- (Ages 4 – 12 years): These blended martial arts classes taught by Tupper Martial Arts Academy teach concepts of Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, Jujitsu & Jeet Kune Do. Fun drills & games are used to help students understand body movement, balance, agility, focus & control. Classes are on Thursdays and begin August 31. Contact Sensei Anthony at email@example.com or 281-433-2807. Visit Martial Arts Facebook.
TENNIS -- (Ages 4-10): In these tennis sessions your children will have stroke production drills, learn basic strategy and tactics of the game intrinsically, and play games that will help them improve, all of this as they have fun and fall in love with the game. Classes are on Fridays and begin August 25. Contact Coach Alex Villar with Tennis Quest at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and check out the tennis brochure.
T-Ball -- (Ages 2-5): Coto Lil' Sluggers Baseball is an instructional program that focuses on fundamental skills needed to be successful in baseball, while creating a fun environment that will help children foster a real love for the game. Basics such as throwing, catching, hitting and base-running are the core of the curriculum. Classes are on Wednesdays and begin August 30. Contact email@example.com or call 832.786.4441.
SCIENCE -- (Ages 5-12): This year we have partnered with the Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) to offer a weekly, hands-on program with experienced museum educators. Classes are on Fridays and begin August 25. Learn about dinosaur discovery, wildlife, electricity and more! Contact Sahil Patel with HMNS at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
SOCCER -- (Ages 3-8): Soccer Shots introduces soccer concepts in a fun, safe and controlled environment. Weekly classes offer basic soccer skills, fun games, competitions and prizes. The program also emphasizes character-forming lessons such as respect, honesty, sharing, teamwork, and encouragement. Classes are on Tuesdays and begin September 5. Enroll at soccershots.org/houston and click "Enroll at a Site". Contact email@example.com
DA VINCI LAB MAKERSPACE -- (Ages 9-14) The da Vinci Lab for Creative Arts and Sciences is an after school makerspace for students enrolled in grades 4 through 9, providing the opportunity for students to learn how to operate design software and equipment, including 3-D printers, a laser cutter, and a variety of other tools and equipment utilized in the creative process. Classes are held daily and begin August 28. The da Vinci Lab is not limited to SSESH students but available to the greater community.