About StepinacArchbishop Stepinac High School has provided a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum, grounded in Roman Catholic values and traditions, for over 60 years. Today, Archbishop Stepinac has approximately 800 students from Westchester, Bronx, Rockland, and Putnam Counties, as well as Connecticut.
Stepinac AcademicsRecognized as the standard bearer for curriculum innovation by educators across the nation and around the world, Stepinac provides students with the most advanced learning platform to help assure that they will succeed in college and beyond. It is known as the innovative, personalized learning environment which comprises the first-of-its-kind all digital textbook library.
The curriculum includes honors classes in English, Math, Social Studies, Science, Computer Science, and Latin. Students may take Advanced Placement in 21 courses.
Clubs & ActivitiesArchbishop Stepinac High School offers a wealth of extracurricular activities and programs that are overseen and run by faculty and students. By participating in these clubs and activities, students cultivate their personal interests, form new friendships and further enrich their experience at Stepinac. The variety of clubs reflects both the talents of our students and their strong pride in Stepinac.
Join the Stepinac FamilyStepinac encourages students in their pursuit of academic excellence; exposes students to various cultures in our diverse global community; and helps students develop the skills needed to meet the challenges of the future.
Classes that challenge you to think critically, a supportive and nurturing environment, and teachers who are dedicated to your success make Stepinac unique. A well developed extracurricular activities program complements the academic program.
Stepinac AlumniArchbishop Stepinac High School has a proud tradition of loyal alumni who have for generations generously supported their alma mater. That support in recent years has made it possible for Stepinac to make significant investments in its facilities including constructing the new synthetic turf athletic field, equipping our classrooms with the latest integrated technologies and making significant improvements in the Major Bowes Theatre. And, it remains the primary financial source for providing scholarships to qualified students. Thanks to our alumni, Stepinac will continue to fulfill its mission of preparing young men for success for generations to come.
- TheatreStepinac TheatreSince 1949, the Stepinac High School Drama Club has won critical acclaim for its productions of fall dramas and spring musicals, staged on the school’s Major Bowes Theater. It has also won international recognition by performing in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
- TransportationGetting to StepinacArchbishop Stepinac High School is centrally located in the heart of Westchester and is accessible by public transportation—Metro North Railroad and the Bee Line Bus System.
Stepinac also offers private bus transportation and has established several convenient bus stops in the Bronx, Yonkers and Riverdale and will soon be expanding service in certain parts of northern Westchester.
- More...LATEST NEWS
- Open House Postponed to Thursday, February 4th
- Stepinac Drama Club Presents "12 Angry Men", A Stepinac Theatre Lab production, February 25-26
- Stepinac Inducts 38 Students Into the National Honor Society
- Hockey Alumni Gather for Game and Reception
- Stepinac Inducts Newest Members to the Hardwood Club
Due to the expected snowfall on January 23rd and 24th, Stepinac's Open House will now take place Thursday, February 4th, starting at 5 p.m.
Archbishop Stepinac High School’s acclaimed Drama Club will stage two performances of the classic riveting courtroom drama, “12 Angry Men,” at 7:30 PM, Thursday and Friday, February. 25-26 at the school’s Major Bowes Auditorium. Tickets will go on sale February 1st. Purchase them by contacting 914-946-4800 ext. 200.
The school recently inducted 38 students into its National Honor Society chapter during an induction ceremony held at the school’s Chapel of the Holy Spirit. The National Honor Society was created to recognize the nation’s outstanding high school students. Students are inducted into the National Honor Society based on their high academic performance, their service to the school and community, their demonstrated leadership skills, and their good character.
The Hockey program welcomed back alumni of all different years. Thank you to all who participated in the game and attended the reception.
Stepinac and the basketball program hosted the 8th annual Hardwood Club Induction Ceremony. The inductees included John Griff, John Mastroplo, Brendan Moyna, Terence & Brendan Burke, The 1977 Varsity Team and the Service Award – The Men’s Crusader Club