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SPECIAL EVENTS
2014 Grid Iron Dinner (Thurs. Sept 4)
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Back to School Night - Sept 17, 7pm
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Crusader Royale - Sept 20, 7 - 11pm
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LATEST NEWS

A year after eliminating textbooks: Stepinac VP looks at results


Archbishop Stepinac High School started school last year with a new project: eliminating paper textbooks in favor of an all-online curriculum for its 700 students. The school's vice principal, Frank Portanova, has written a paper talking about the school's experiences that recently was published in eSchoolNews.com.
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Senior Quarterback Brandon Coleman Selects Navy


Classes for Stepinac’s new school year do not begin until September 8 but a big news story broke today with the announcement that Brandon Coleman (Class of 2015) of Yonkers, the school’s quarterback and academic achiever, selected the U.S. Navy to pursue his college education, athletic career and dreams.
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Football Program Participates in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge


The football program ended the first day of summer camp by participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Head Coach Mike O’Donnell along with assistants Andy Martinez, Shed Wilson and Joe Spagnolo had buckets of ice water dumped on them by the varsity football team.
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Stepinac Drama Club Director Frank Portanova and Musical Director Chloe Sasson Win 2014 Metro Awards for Mary Poppins


Archbishop Stepinac High School Drama Club’s spring production of Mary Poppins captured the attention of judges this year at the Annual Metropolitan High School Theater (Metro) Awards on June 2.
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Stepinac Honors 50-Year Faculty Member Ron Tedesco


Back in the 1960s, when a Stepinac High School student in Ron Tedesco’s Electronics class referred to him as “Electron Ron,” no one would have known the nickname would follow him throughout his 50-year career as a faculty member. In honor of this milestone, Stepinac announced that it will dedicate a new Physics Lab in his name and honored him with a reception on May 8.