In today’s Information Age, critical thinking skills are more essential than ever. St. Stephen’s high school students learn more than facts and figures; they learn to question and reason independently. Our distinguished faculty is diverse and accomplished in a wide range of fields, but it is united in its passion for nurturing the intellectual and cultural growth of all students.
No matter what their interests may be, from literature, the social sciences, and foreign language, to science and technology, to the visual and performing arts, our broad course offerings give students the opportunities to pursue them. And while our academic standards are rigorous, the learning environment at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School recognizes and supports each student’s unique capabilities.
English, History, Math, Health, Biology I, and Languages (French, Latin, Spanish, or Chinese).
English, History, Math, Physical Education, Biology I, Chemistry I, Visual Studies I, II, or III, and Languages (Spanish, French, Latin, or Chinese).
English, History, Math, Physical Education Electives, Chemistry I, II or AP, Physics I, Biology I, II or AP, Visual Studies I, II, III or Advanced, Advanced Art History, Advanced Music Theory, and Languages (Spanish, French, Latin, or Chinese).
English, Theology, Physical Education Electives, Advanced Mathematics, Physics I, II, Chemistry I, II, Biology II, Visual Studies II, III or Advanced, Advanced Art History, Advanced Music Theory, Languages (Spanish, French, Latin, or Chinese), Senior Social Science, European History.
Upper School Administrators
List of 3 members.
Head of Upper School
Holy Cross - B.A.
Philip Doig 81
Upper School Dean of Students
University of Texas at Austin - M.A. University of Texas at Austin - B.A.
Registrar, Upper School Administrative Assistant
Franklin & Marshall College - B.A. Harvard Graduate School of Education - Ed.M.