Science education is incomplete if it does not include opportunities to learn the different scientific processes. Classroom instruction coupled with varied laboratory experiences lead to enriching learning experiences. With this in mind, St. Stephen’s High School acquired new science equipment and apparatuses for the high school department this SY 2013-2014.
To help spark the interest of the learners and inspire them to read intelligently and passionately, the school has employed the Scholastic Reading Program this academic year 2013-2014. With this program, the school library is provided with attractive and interesting books which are arranged in one corner of the library according to the Lexile reading level of the learners.
Last November 23, 2013, St. Stephen’s High School topped in an Inter-School Chinese Poster-Making Contest, garnering the 1st and 2nd prizes out of numerous entries. It was sponsored by the Chinese Filipino Association of Chinese Schools, held at the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines.
Last November 19 and 29, 2013 the SSHS Office of Student Affairs (OSA) spearheaded the annual School Earthquake/ Fire drills. This activity is one integral part of the school that was highly participated by students and assisted by staff and teachers. The main purpose of the drills is to instill emergency preparedness and alertness to the students.
One of the most awaited events in every schoolyear that the pupils look forward to excitedly is the Sportsfest.
This special day is set to spark the interest of the pupils in different fields of sports. This aims also to give the pupils time to relax, have fun and develop closer relationship with classmates, friends and even with the teachers.
Congratulations SSHS Girls Basketball Team for being the 1st runner-up in WNCAA Midget Division Basketball held at Rizal Technological University (RTU).
SSHS Girls Basketball Team consists of Amber De Leon, Chloe Tan, Keeziah Dimaculangan, Charlayne Cow, Anya Bumanlag, Patrice Yu, April Manango, Janna Tanedo, Luisa Chua, Francine Kong, Ricel Vito, Sam Allyson Ty, Angelica Gan, Mary Joy Tiu and Jazmaine Tan.
In an effort to heighten the students’ appreciation and knowledge of English, the English Club and the Book Lovers Club (BLC) held the annual English- BLC Program with the theme: Tales as Old as Time: Touching Hearts, Freeing Minds, and Reliving Life through Stories last October 28, 2013 at the Auditorium. The program showcased an opening act taken from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (1992) and highlighted various contests for all year levels.