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Clubs

Joining a school club is a great way to meet new people, gain new skills and share your talents. One of the best things about joining a school club is all of the friends that you will make - many of them who will remain life-long friends.

St. Stephen offers a variety of clubs that span many interests and subjects. Below are some of our most active clubs from this past year.

  • Chess Club 
  • Dance Club
  • Drama Club
  • Environmental Club 
  • Fitness Club 
  • Junior and Senior Bands
  • Music Council
  • Light and Sound Technical Crew
  • Open Studio Art Club    
  • Prom Committee           
  • Show Choir              
  • Student Council
  • Sewing/Fashion Club
  • Ski/Snowboarding Club
  • Yearbook Club
  • Youth on Fire Choir
  • White Pine Reading Club        
  • ICE— Computer Engineering Club

SOCIAL JUSTICE INVOLVEMENT/ACADEMIC/OTHER:

  • Arts Night (visual arts, music, drama, choirs, nutrition classes) Catholic Leadership Medal
  • Cooperative Education
  • Conservatory of Music Credits (Grade 11 and 12)
  • Credit Recovery
  • Dominican Republic Awareness Trip
  • Dragon Boat Racing - United Way
  • Dual Credits with Durham College
  • E-Learning Courses
  • Food Drives (3 a year)
  • French Immersion
  • Gifted Enrichment Program
  • Grade 12 Retreat
  • Habitat for Humanity Build
  • International Trip for Senior Students during March Break
  • Kelly Cup Mock Trial Tournament
  • MAD- Media Arts Dept at Durham —Composite Workshop
  • Math Contests
  • Multi-Cultural Day
  • National Film Board—Media Tech (Green Screen)
  • Native Studies
  • OYAP—Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program
  • Peer Ministry and Grade 9 Retreats
  • Queen's Enrichment Trip (E=mc2)
  • Regional Skills Competition—Graphic Design
  • School Liturgies
  • Skills Canada (TV Video, 2D Character Animation, Photography)
  • Social Justice
  • Special Olympics
  • Specialist High Skills Major in Manufacturing
  • Student Success Program
  • Students Helping Senior Citizens
  • Summer School
  • Terry Fox Run
  • Think Fast—Development and Peace