Archbishop Stepinac High School

Archbishop Stepinac High School is to provide young men with a highly competitive academic program, along with a diverse range of extracurricular programs that will foster social, emotional, and spiritual growth based on solid Roman Catholic values. It is the goal of Stepinac that our students will be responsible leaders in society. Our faculty and staff provide them with the tools for success in their future while instilling in them the desire to lead through service. The faculty and staff motivate students by challenging them to realize their potential in a supportive, disciplined atmosphere which imbues a strong sense of camaraderie that is unique to the Stepinac experience

Archbishop Stepinac High School has provided a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum, grounded in Roman Catholic values and traditions, for over 60 years. Until September 1, 2009 Stepinac was part of the Archdiocese of New York’s Catholic High School Association. In the fall of 2009 Stepinac was granted local autonomy and is governed by an independent school board of trustees. The all-boys school (grades 9-12) was founded in 1948, through the efforts of 48 Catholic parishes in Westchester County under the leadership of our patron, Archbishop Francis Cardinal Spellman and named after Aloysius Cardinal Stepinac of Zagreb, Croatia.

Today, Archbishop Stepinac has approximately 750 students from Westchester, Bronx, Rockland, Putnam Counties and Connecticut. The curriculum includes honors classes in all subjects, and students take Advanced Placement in nineteen courses, beginning in freshman year.


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New York