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We currently have 314 students with two classes per grade.  Our average class size is only 19 students.

Pre-K through Grade 3 have a teacher as well as an assistant in the classroom.

  • Pre-K: 7:50-12:00 or 2:30
  • JR and SK: 7:50-2:30
  • Grade 1-5: 7:50-3:00

Flag salute welcomes around 80 parents each morning to start the day off with their children.  With numerous committees and events throughout the year, the Home and School Association offers countless volunteer opportunities.

We have a full time security guard and a police officer that knows all of our children individually.  Each person that visits our school campus obtains a visitors pass after scanning their driver’s license and performing a background check.

Due to life threatening allergies, St. Stephen’s has a nut-safe policy in effect to protect the health of our students. St. Stephen’s avoids the use of nuts and nut products in the lunch program and ask that parents who bring in food for birthdays or class parties to avoid foods that contain nut products.

  • American Library Association
  • Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools
  • Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)
  • Diocese of Southeast Florida Episcopal Schools
  • Educational Records Bureau/Independent School Entrance Exam (ERB/ISEE)
  • Florida Association of Computer Educators (FACE)
  • Independent Schools of South Florida (ISSF)
  • International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
  • National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES)
  • National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
  • National Council for Teachers of Math (NCTM)
  • National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
  • National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
  • Secondary School Admission Test Board (SSATB)
  • South Florida Association for the Education of Young Children (SFAEYC)
  • The International Reading Association (IRA)

GIRLS (PK-SK)

  • CULOTTE: Elastic back style (211) in plaid #5
  • KNIT: White, navy, or red with embroidery (Optional: White long sleeve w/embroidery)
  • SHOES: Solid black Velcro sneakers (no logos)

GIRLS (Grades 1-3)

  • JUMPER: Drop waist style (866) in plaid #5 with logo
  • BLOUSE: White round collar
  • KNIT: (optional) White long sleeve
  • SHOES: Grades 1-2 Black sneaker or black penny loafers
  • Grade 3: Black penny loafer

GIRLS (Grades 4-5)

  • *SKIRT: Box pleat style (502) in plaid #5 (no shorter than one inch above the knee)
  • KNIT: White, navy, or red short or white long sleeve with embroidery
  • *OXFORD: White short or long sleeve with embroidery
  • *TIE: Red neck tie
  • *VEST: Navy sweater vest with embroidery
  • SHOES: Black penny loafers (no logos)

Dress Uniform - All items with an asterisk (*) are required for formal occasions. No sneakers are allowed.

ALL GIRLS (Grades PK-5)

  • SLACK: Navy sweat pant (cold weather only)
  • SWEATER: Solid navy, white or red cardigan (optional) (no logos) or school sweatshirt
  • JACKET: Navy or red fleece with or without embroidery-from AA only
  • SOCKS: Imprinted SSEDS Socks

Cold weather only: Plain, navy dress pants or navy sweatpants for both boys and girls. Any color winter coat/parka worn over a uniform fleece, sweater or sweatshirt (Solid white, navy or red with no logos). School sweatshirts and sweat jackets may be purchased in the Main Office.

BOYS (PK-SK)

  • KNIT: White, Navy, or Red with embroidery (Optional: White long sleeve w/embroidery)
  • SHORT: Navy (PCH) style with elastic back (no gym shorts)
  • SHOES: Solid Black Velcro sneakers (no logos)

BOYS (Grades 1-3)

  • KNIT: White, Navy, or Red short or White long sleeve with embroidery
  • SHORT: Navy Bermuda with belt loops (must wear black belt)No cargo pants
  • PANT: Navy with belt loops (must wear black belt)No cargo pants
  • SHOES: Grades 1-2 Black sneakers or Black penny loafers (no logos)
  • Grade 3 Black penny loafer

BOYS (Grades 4-5)

  • KNIT: White, Navy or Red short or White long sleeve with embroidery
  • SHORT: Navy Bermuda with belt loops (must wear black belt)No cargo pants
  • *PANT: Navy with belt loops (must wear black belt)No cargo pants
  • *OXFORD: White short or long sleeve with embroidery
  • *TIE: Red neck tie
  • *VEST: Navy sweater vest with embroidery
  • SHOES: Black penny loafers (no logos)

Dress Uniform - All items with an asterisk (*) are required for formal occasions. No sneakers are allowed.

ALL BOYS (Grades PK-5)

  • SWEATER: Solid Navy, White or Red Cardigan (optional) (no logos) or school sweatshirt
  • JACKET: Navy or Red polar fleece with or without embroidery-from AA only
  • SOCKS: Imprinted SSEDS Socks

Physical Education only (Grades 1 – 5): Navy mesh shorts with SSEDS imprinted on them (girls and boys) and white St. Stephen's t-shirt (purchased through the Main Office.) Support high-top sneakers or other athletic shoes (any colors) may be worn for P.E. only. Penny loafers must be worn at all other times in Grades 3-5.

Cold weather only: Plain, navy dress pants or navy sweatpants for both boys and girls. Any color winter coat/parka worn over a uniform fleece, sweater or sweatshirt (Solid white, navy or red with no logos). School sweatshirts and sweat jackets may be purchased in the Main Office.

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8807 SW 132 Street, Miami, FL 33176
305-254-0000
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Lands End
School Preference # 9000-9139-8

Our focus is not on the tools, but rather the creative process by our students.  Each student has their own iPad starting in Grade 1. More importantly, students and faculty receive weekly integration from our three technology innovators on staff.  Additionally, an outside consultant is brought to work directly with the students each year.  Visit our Student Spotlight blog to see some of their amazing work!

Special area subjects include: Art, Drama & Speech, Music, Godly Play & Sacred Studies, Fab Lab & Jr. Fab Lab, Physical Education, Spanish, and Library

St. Stephen's offers two types of after school programs for its students:  Extended Aftercare Services and Enrichment Programs. The Enrichment Programs are offered in three different sessions during Fall, Winter, and Spring.  Enrichment classes vary each session but include activities such as team sports, art, dance, chess, foreign language, cooking and more.

A hot lunch with a salad bar and daily snacks, diversified to meet a variety of dietary needs, are included.

Upcoming Events

May 22 - 26, 2017

Teacher Appreciation Week

May 29, 2017

Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL

May 31, 2017

Legacy Awards & Alumni Pinning
1:30 pm - 2:45 pm

June 7, 2017

PK-SK Last Day