Archbishop Stepinac High School
Stepinac

COLLEGE PROFILE

ARCHBISHOP STEPINAC HIGH SCHOOL
950 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, New York 10605
Phone: 914-946-4800
Fax: 914-684-2591
www.stepinac.org
CEEB Code 335940

Administration
President: Fr. Thomas Collins '79
Principal: Mr. Paul Carty

School and Community

Archbishop Stepinac High School, located 30 miles north of New York City, draws students from Westchester, Bronx, Manhattan, Rockland and Putnam Counties. The school population is approximately 680 male students in grades 9 through 12. Each semester is twenty weeks in length with ten week grade periods in a block scheduling model. Accredited by the Middle States Association of College and Secondary Schools, Archbishop Stepinac High School offers a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum. Curricular offerings include honors and AP courses in all academic disciplines. Enrollment in honors and Advanced Placement courses is selective; AP exams are a mandatory requirement to successfully complete the course. Electives are abundant and expose the students to prospective college majors and numerous careers. Archbishop Stepinac is among the first schools in the nation to use all digital texts. Each course is blended with technology-mediated instruction and assessment. The school also boasts a championship interscholastic sports program, an award winning arts program, many additional clubs and activities, and a campus ministry program.

College Counselors:

Director of College Counseling
Ms. Maria Buda, ext. 242
MChiocch@Stepinac.org

College Counselor
Ms. Cynthia Kilkelly, ext. 234
CKilkell@Stepinac.org

College Counselor
Mrs. Lisa Cappiello, ext. 359
LCappiello@Stepinac.org

Graduation Requirements

All students must complete the following:

Subject Credit
English 4
Social Studies 4
Mathematics 4
Science 3
World Languages 3
Health .5
Technology .5
Fine Arts 1
Physical Education 2
Religion 2
Elective Courses 2

A minimum of 26 credits are required for graduation.

Community Service

Students are required to complete a minimum of 175 hours of community service by graduation.