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Sanjay Dastidar and Mr. Johnson on their sister school visit last year to Denmark.

Danish and Argentinian students to return this year

Zachary Stephens, Staff Writer September 21, 2023

Have you ever wanted to try a foreign exchange, maybe to Denmark or Argentina? Well, last year, a group of 10 students had the opportunity to participate in an exchange with our sister school in Denmark. ...

Faculty listens closely to Mr. Huffs questions.

Photo Gallery: Academic Team Meet

Cade Walters, student writer September 20, 2023

Phone Compartment in Mr. Johnsons room.

New Cell Phone Policy At SSES

Andrei Black, Associate Editor September 15, 2023

When the Falcons gathered in the US Commons for the opening day ceremony, Mr. Forrester, after welcoming everyone, announced that cell phones would not be permitted on their persons during classes.  I...

Mr. McAvoy, the Lunchroom Coordinator, is thrilled to introduce the new lunchroom items.

What’s new in the loggia

Kavi Riedi, Staff Writer September 13, 2023

With the new year unfolding, the powers that be in the Lunch Loggia decided to change a few of their menu items. The school has welcomed some new breakfast and lunch delights that the students are already...

Being in dress code isnt that hard, so why not follow it?

Updating the (dress) code

Laila Yavalar, Staff Writer September 1, 2023

It's a new school year which means new rules, new you, and a new dress code. Dress codes can make or break the school year. The code can determine the student's level of professionalism, fashionability,...

Head of School Mr. Kraft poses in front of the school bell.

Ringing In the new school year with Opening Chapel

Cassidy Miller, Podcaster/Staff Writer August 25, 2023

Mr. Shenbaum has been in some major films, including Space Jam and American Pie.

Speaker Steve Shenbaum wows sophomores

Kieran Cloutier, Staff Writer August 23, 2023

During advisory time on Wednesday, the sophomores had the opportunity to listen to guest speaker, Steve Shenbaum. Mr. Shenbaum previously worked as an actor in Hollywood, working on movies such as American...

This was the mural that was done by Mrs. DeZiel and a group of 6th graders in 2001-2002.

Updates to mural in the IS commons

Caylin Kitchner, staff writer May 8, 2023

For years, when you pushed open the intermediate school doors, you would have seen a beautiful mural painted by Mrs. DeZiel and a group of twelve 6th graders in 2001- 2002, around the time the IS became...

Saint Stephen’s students enjoyed a night of dancing during their 2023 prom night, which took place at the Devyn on April 22nd 2023.

Photo Gallery: Prom 2023

Yara Nimer, Staff Writer May 1, 2023

Junior Reese Williams being commissioned as the new student chaplain.

Reese Williams named new Student Chaplain

Caylin Kitchner, Staff Writer April 28, 2023

Today during chapel, Reese Williams was announced and commissioned as Student Chaplain for the 2023-2024 school year.  According to Williams, the student chaplain is responsible for “ helping Reverend...

Maddy Boehm presents her Marine 3 Ocean Academy research on microplastics.

R.I.S.E. presentations coming this Friday

Jackson Nealis, Editor in Chief April 25, 2023

On Friday, curious students, parents and teachers who venture into the library will be able to discover what some Falcons have been researching over the past year. I am referring, of course, to the annual...

The Latin State team from 2022 assembles.

Saint Stephen’s Latin students take on States

Yara Nimer, Staff writer March 22, 2023

On March 30th, Latin students from the Upper and Middle Schools will depart for the Latin State Competition! St. Stephen’s Latin students will stay at the Wyndham Orlando Resort and compete against different...

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