St. Stephen Catholic School in New Boston, Michigan has been educating children since 1951. Through the exemplary efforts of our dedicated teachers and parents, our students have grown intellectually and spiritually. We provide a safe, Catholic environment strengthened by our academic and extracurricular programs. St. Stephen School is under the administration of the Pastor and Principal. They are responsible to the Archdiocesan authorities for the religious and academic instruction of the students; for implementing schools policies; for public relations; and, the maintenance of the school by delegation of his bishop, is the primary education, especially in Christian doctrine and formation within the parish and the Principal directs and supervises the teaching/ learning situation of the entire school.
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