The Chancel Repertory Theatre, in cooperation with St. Stephen’s High School, St. Stephen’s Parish and St. Stephen’s High School Alumni Association, presented “Snapshots and Portraits”, a two-act play about Family, directed by Maribel Legarda. It was held at The Auditorium last Sept. 6, 2015. Alumni in the cast were Nenel Lau Arcayan and Joan Menco.
There is a saying, “Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching”. This was realized when 95 teachers from more than 10 different schools, attended the 6 - week Computer Training sponsored by St. Stephen‘s High School, Association of Filipino-Chinese Schools in the Philippines, and the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office.
The predicted 7.2 earthquake, otherwise known as “The Big One” is indeed a blasting news nationwide, especially to those who live near the fault lines. Are we ready for this? Being so concerned about the safety of everyone in school, a series of disaster drills were conducted last July 28, 2015 at 8:30 am and another on July 29, 2015, 2:45 pm. The school also participated in the July 30 Metro Shake Drill spearheaded by the MMDA.
Having been true to its vision of becoming a lighthouse to the community, St. Stephen’s School generously shares its facilities to different agencies/institutions like Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and Mathematics Trainers Guild (MTG).
Chinese calligraphy is the art of writing Chinese characters and a way of exchanging ideas and cultural heritage. Chinese Calligraphy is like painting, because many written words have actually evolved from pictures. Through its medium of form, ways of handling the brush, presentation, and style, the inner feelings of every individual can be expressed through Chinese calligraphy.