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Welcome to Archbishop Stepinac High School. We are proud of Stepinac’s rich history of preparing our students to become successful leaders in their post secondary pursuits in college and beyond.

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SPECIAL EVENTS
Young Alumni Event, Nov 26th
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Basketball Hardwood Club Dinner & Inductions, Dec 3 6:30pm
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Christmas Concert and Art Show December 10, 7pm
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LATEST NEWS

Seniors Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

On Saturday, November 15, 2014, 82 seniors braved the frigid waters of Long Island Sound to support the New York State Special Olympics. The Stepinac team raised more than $12,000 for this worthy cause.
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Stepinac Participates in Annual Coat Drive

Archbishop Stepinac High School students recently mobilized to donate more than 100 coats and other warm winter apparel to support The Children’s Collective’s 24th Annual Coat Drive. Stepinac contributed the most number of coats of all the organizations and schools that participated in this year’s drive.
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Senior, Dylan Demuro signs NLI to play at Manhattan College


Archbishop Stepinac High School senior Dylan DeMuro of Yorktown Heights became the first lacrosse player in school history to sign a fall National Letter of Intent to play NCAA Division 1 lacrosse. Dylan signed at Stepinac with Coach Steve Manitta and Manhattan College, which competes out of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
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Digital Textbooks & Stepinac Featured on CBS News


As the school year kicks off, Archbishop Stepinac High School was featured in a story on CBS News. The article and video talk about the completely digital library the school offers, which was launched at the start of last school year.
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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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