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  • CVCC is celebrating Advanced Manufacturing week by sponsoring events for students and teachers during the week of October 3rd.  The purpose of this event is to educate students and parents on the many opportunities available in Advanced Manufacturing. Businesses in our area are looking for high school students to consider living and working in Catawba County after graduation.  Along with job opportunities, students can obtain a two year degree at CVCC to support the skills needed in Advanced Manufacturing.  CLICK HERE to view the flyer.

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  • Students and parents, if you would like to receive text messages with updates from the Student Service Center please click here for codes.

     

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  • Attention sophomores and juniors:  If you would like to take the PSAT, which is free, and you haven’t registered in the Counseling Center, you must do so by Thursday, September 29.  We still have spots open, but we have to finalize our plans.

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    Transcript Request Information

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  • Click here for information regarding 2016-2017 Honors English Assignments

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  • The PTO is currently selling engraved bricks to honor special people in your life and to become a part of the permanent history of Saint Stephens! Click here for more information and an order form.

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  • To stay connected to athletic happenings use the Remind app and text @ BEGG6 to 81010

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From the Principal

  • Welcome to St. Stephens High School, home of the Indians! We are looking forward to the 2016-2017 school year and the great accomplishments that lie ahead. I would like to thank you in advance for your support of all our programs as we work together to make this the best year ever. I am very happy and excited about the upcoming year at St. Stephens. I am most excited to see all of my former Campbell students at Saint and to see how much they have progressed since elementary school. I am very proud to live and serve the St. Stephens Community. 
     
    Thank you,
    Scottie Houston
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