St. Stephen’s High School, in preparation for a possible Earthquake, held a symposium entitled “Earthquake 101” by Mr. Miguel Cano, SSHS Science Curricular Consultant, last July 17, 2014 at Stephenian Hall for Elem. pupils (Gr. 3-6 students) and July 23, 2014 at The Auditorium for HS students.
As the country’s educational system goes through revolutionary innovations and advancements making it globally competitive, St. Stephen’s High School, being an educational institution that envisions itself to be the vehicle for transporting its graduates to the realms and pinnacle of their dreamed future successes, also takes some bold and bigger steps toward the school’s significant improvements. Among the recent improvements that the school has are the renovations of the different facilities like Computer Laboratory, Chemistry Laboratory and the Preschool Library. Added to these is the repainting of the High School Building (Exterior).
Last July 7, 2014 St. Stephens’s High School students were blessed to have a Musical Evangelistic Meeting entitled: “Let Me Sing You Heavenly Songs”, featuring two award – winning Taiwanese singers, namely: Mr. Shi Xiaorong and Miss Shirley Zhou Zi Han.
St. Stephen’s High School conducted a 2 day Earthquake and Tsunami Drills on June 30 and July 2, 2014, participated by all students, employees, parents and visitors who are in school on the time of the drill. This is in compliance with the 1st Manila Citywide Multi Disaster Drill on July 2, 2014 as mandated by Manila City Mayor Joseph Estrada to prepare the local residents to become fully aware that disasters are likely to happen anytime; thus preventive measures have to be taken.
Every third week of June is a day to honor fathers as we celebrate Fathers’ Day. In St. Stephen’s High School Sunday School, we had a simple yet meaningful way of honoring our fathers by having a time of worship service and breakfast fellowship. God bless us all as we continue to spur one another in love and good deed to win more souls for Christ. Below is the summary of the message by Pastor Don Huan, with pictures taken during this memorable event.
2014 Jr. WNBA Coach of the Year , Coach Pia Dysangco of Manila was named as the first ever female Coach of the Year for having grown the sport of basketball in the Philippines while promoting the Jr. NBA S.T.A.R. values of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, a positive Attitude and Respect to young basketball athletes.
March 3, 2014, marked the day of rejoicing for the school. Honors and victories won exalted the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Threefold celebration was held giving the highest glory to God and due recognition to the Stephenians who established a name for themselves in their own fields of excellence. The school Board of Trustees and Alumni Association Officers graced the celebration.
Jamia Mei Tolentino and Trisha Reyes, both HS III students of St. Stephen’s High school, were recipients of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Ani ng Dangal awards, in recognition of their international achievement in Visual Arts which brought pride and honor to the Philippines. This recognition was presented at The 6th Ani ng Dangal ceremony, held at the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay City on February 2, 2014.
Winning pieces were displayed at the Ani ng Dangal Exhibit at the Vestibule of the Newport Performing Arts Theater where the works and achievements of all the recipients were showcased.