• Stepinac High School Inducts 34 Academically High Achieving Students into Honors Academy - First-of-its-Kind, 3-Year Personalized Learning Program in the Region
  • Stepinac High School Drama Club’s Production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” Wins Top 2017 Metro Award
  • Stepinac holds Legacy Reception
  • Two Brothers Enrolled at Stepinac Honored by Mt. Pleasant Democratic Committee with Community Service Award

Archbishop Stepinac High School has inducted 34 academically high achieving students from throughout Westchester and the Bronx into the Honors Academy, the first-of-its-kind, three-year personalized learning program in the region.

Photo: Carucha L. Meuse/The Journal News

Stepinac's production of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" took home 4 Metro awards, including "Best Overall Production." Other winners included freshman Jeremey Fuentes '20, who won "Best Lead Actor", senior Anthony Pietroloungo '17, who won "Best Supporting Actor", and faculty member Joe Lore '02 for "Best Scenic Design."

Continuing a tradition that celebrates Archbishop Stepinac High School’s strong appeal across generations, the renowned, all-boys Catholic high school held a Legacy reception for alumni fathers and their sons who were members of the Class of 2017.

The Mt. Pleasant Democratic Committee recently presented two brothers of Valhalla who are students at Stepinac High School with its Community Service Award. They earned the distinction for their volunteer efforts during the past year to help remind residents to vote and assisting in database voter management. Ronald (“Deuce”) Prince, a junior and James Prince, a sophomore were cited during a luncheon that honored long-time lawyer and former Westchester County Board Legislator John Nonna for his contributions to civil rights. Shown with Nonna, center, were James, left and “Deuce,” right.


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