Parents are essential to the St. Stephen’s community. At St. Stephen’s, we pride ourselves not only on the caliber of our students, but that of our parents.
As parents/guardians of students at St. Stephen's, your children will have plenty of opportunities to meet their teachers and classmates. Our younger children (Orientation and Primary levels) will visit their teachers and classrooms with their parents before attending the first day of school.
Students in Lower Elementary - Middle Years along with their parents are asked to attend before-school conferences with their teacher in order to discuss goals of the upcoming year.
For students enrolled in Orientation - Upper Elementary, school supplies and classroom materials are provided by St. Stephen’s. For Middle Years students, purchase of school supplies is required. All personal items such as backpacks, jackets, lunch kits, water bottles, etc., should be clearly labeled with the student’s name.
All families are encouraged to attend Parenting 101 throughout the year.
Visit our PlusPortal to access coursework information for your student.
Community is an important component of the philosophy of St. Stephen’s. Our relationship with parents and their active involvement in the school supports the academic, social, emotional, physical and spiritual growth of our students.
St. Stephen’s Extended Care and Sumemr Camp Program is a fun-filled, age-appropriate program that nurtures the unique gifts and character of each student.