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  1. Learn about the academic programs, extracurricular activities, and news of Stepinac High School, a Catholic college-preparatory school in White Plains, NY. Find out how to apply, visit, or contact the school.

    • Giving

      Archbishop Stepinac High School. Thank you for considering a...

    • Media

      Effective May 23, 2024, the enrollment for the Archbishop...

    • About Us

      Archbishop Stepinac High School was founded in 1948, through...

    • History

      Archbishop Stepinac High School opened in 1948. It was named...

    • Mission & Beliefs

      Our Mission. As a standard-bearer in curriculum innovation,...

    • Board of Trustees

      Stepinac High School is governed by a Board of Trustees who...

    • Foundation Board

      The purpose of the Stepinac High School Foundation, as noted...

    • Overview

      Overview - Archbishop Stepinac High School

  2. Archbishop Stepinac High School is an American all-boys' Roman Catholic high school in White Plains, New York. It was operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York until the 2009–2010 school year, when it became independent of the Archdiocese.

  3. Learn about Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, NY, a highly rated school with 774 students in grades 9-12. See rankings, academics, diversity, teachers, clubs, activities, and more.

  4. Archbishop Stepinac High School, White Plains, New York. 2,579 likes · 422 talking about this · 9,623 were here. Archbishop Stepinac High School provides a comprehensive college preparatory...

  5. Private, Catholic, All-Boys • 9-12 • White Plains, NY. Save. Archbishop Stepinac High School is a private school located in White Plains, NY. The student population of Archbishop...

  6. Archbishop Stepinac High School 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.

  7. Archbishop Stepinac High School opened in 1948. It was named after Cardinal Aloysius Stepinac who was one of the most famous Croatian patriots of the 20th century. The school was established, thanks to the generosity of Catholics in Westchester County and the fundraising efforts of Catholic parishes in the area under the leadership of the ...