WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Parents and prospective students will have an opportunity to see and learn first hand how Archbishop Stepinac High School prepares young men for post secondary success at the fall open house on Sunday, Oct. 25 from 1 to 4 pm.
Tours of the classrooms and campus grounds, scheduled for 1, 2 and 3pm, and conducted by members of the faculty and students. “Visitors will come away with a better understanding of how Stepinac continues its proud 67-year tradition of shaping future leaders," says Stepinac President Rev. Thomas Collins "one that has consistently resulted in a100% college acceptance rate with many graduates accepted into some of the country’s most prestigious colleges and universities.”
Guests will also view presentation on the groundbreaking, personalized blended learning environment including the first-of-its-kind all-digital textbook library. The advanced learning platform, which has already been demonstrated to improve measurable learning outcomes, provides students with in-depth knowledge and skills in an environment that is typically available only at college.
The Open House will also feature a welcome from school officials, presentations in the Major Bowes Theatre and displays. The event will conclude in the gym where teachers, coaches and students will be on hand to provide information on various course offerings, sports teams, clubs and other school activities.
For more information, please visit Stepinac's website .
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