This is a place where one size doesn’t fit all and where being different means being in good company. St. Stephen’s Episcopal students demonstrate high levels of independence, creativity, and critical thinking ability. They are exposed to a broad range of fine arts, sciences, humanities, technology, and service projects. Our students question everything, actively build meaningful relationships and take responsibility for improving our local and global community. Service projects are part of our Episcopal identity, included in campus life as well as experiences on annual class trips.
Our students participate in an annual curriculum as a NO PLACE FOR HATE school and our faculty and staff participate in sensitivity training for embracing and leading student understanding of cultural, gender and religious differences. Our faculty actively guide student in developing self-awareness as well as dynamic social skills a value for which runs deep in our school culture.
St. Stephen’s believes that a quality interscholastic athletic program is vital to the positive social, physical and educational development of our students. Currently, St. Stephen’s Episcopal offers co-ed basketball and soccer beginning in Upper Elementary.
Everyone has a story to tell. Stories define who we are, who we want to be, where we’ve come from—stories give life to alternative places, visions, and dreams. Our Fine Arts Program is fully integrated with the core curriculum.
Approximately half of our school population continues learning after the completion of the school day by participating in our Bulldog 360 programming. Bulldog 360 offers private instruction in voice, guitar and piano as well as group classes in the visual arts and sports.
Students in Elementary and Middle Years, participate in monthly chapel as Readers, Choir, and Acolytes. This responsibility increases with maturity and is optional.