• Christ-centered and Academically Rigorous Curriculum – Grounded in the basic doctrine of the historic Christian Faith
  • Time-tested method and content – Classical Christian School in a Parish Setting developing skills to equip students to be lifetime learners
  • Age-specific JK-8 learning – Curriculum based upon The Trivium (Grammar, Rhetoric, Logic) using children’s God-given strengths at each stage of growth to help them learn
  • Nurturing Community – A community of parents and teachers who share a commitment for teaching children to love learning and growing in godliness.
  • Educational Association Memberships – Association of Classical Christian Schools, Association of Christian Schools International

There were a few things that I particularly liked about St. Stephens, especially looking back on it now that I’m in college. I really liked the small size of the school. The small class size kept there from being any big cliques and also allowed the teachers and students to get to know each other personally. The classical education may be a little “different” from the public school system, but the Latin background helped me in my pursuit of spanish in high school and my overall vocabulary in general. Overall, the social and educational aspects of Saint Stephens definitely gave me a great elementary and middle school experience.
Jordan, Junior at UMCP