Archbishop Stepinac High School
Stepinac

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Archbishop 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.

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To find one of the most powerful examples of the importance and the success of Catholic education today, one needs to look no further than 950 Mamaroneck Avenue. Firmly rooted in its rich, proud tradition, Archbishop Stepinac High School remains thoroughly committed to educate and inspire young men in a caring, disciplined, Catholic environment.

By remaining true to this philosophy, Stepinac is alive and well—not merely surviving but thriving—with students who are achieving academically while also participating in many of the more than 50 different afterschool activities, clubs and athletic teams! As we celebrate 66 years of excellence, Stepinac remains at the forefront of archdiocesan secondary education, providing a wonderful environment for students to prepare for the challenges they will face in the 21st century as men of strong faith and religious values.

This could not happen, however, without the generous support of our alumni and friends. Stepinac continues to play a major role in educating the young men of Westchester County, New York City and nearby areas. Total enrollment is over 800 students for the 2016-2017 school year, sustaining the growth that began about nine years ago. The Class of 2016 was awarded more than $27,500,000 in scholarships and grants for their college studies. Tuition and fees for each student total $10,500 this year, while the actual cost of a Stepinac education is well over $12,500 per student.