St. Stephen the Martyr School is committed to promoting academic excellence, leading students in developing their God-given talents, and challenging these students to live the teachings of Jesus Christ as revealed through the Roman Catholic Church. The philosophy of Catholic education takes into consideration the total personality of the student in the imparting of knowledge. There is unity of purpose springing from the students oneness. The school is responsible for contributing to the total development of each student in terms of his origin, nature, and destiny. St Stephen the Martyr School exists as a unit of the Mystical Body of Christ and as an institution of society. As such, its function is two-fold. First, it strives always to help the student grow in Christian love of God and all creatures, and secondly, it helps students in their search to find their full human potential.
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