Centre Stage

Five  students have been recognised as some of Western Australia’s finest young drama students by the prestigious Black Swan State Theatre Company.

Students Clara Searle, Jade Johannes, Jenna Lane, Joel Glick (Year 11) and Adam Snyman (Year 10) were selected as six of only 30 students from around WA to take part in the Company’s intensive two-day Work Experience Program.


CRU Study Camp for Year 12s

Want to improve your ATAR score? CRU Year 12 Study Camps provide the ideal study environment free from the distractions students face while studying at home alone. Plus experienced Christian leadership teams help students combat low productivity and procrastination, supporting them as they face the challenges of year 12.

The CRU proven Study Camp formula features:

  • A minimum of 6 hours supervised study each full day of camp
  • Assistance from experienced leaders and teachers in a variety of subjects
  • The opportunity to stay motivated and swap notes with fellow WACE students
  • New friends and great activities to help you switch off during breaks
  • Great food and coffee stations to keep the mind pumping
  • A chance to hear about the Christian faith and chat about life, God, world views and more
  • Great accommodation, dining and study facilities


Dougal Steven

K-6 Biblical Studies Coordinator

Sporting Success

We are excited to share a number of exceptional student sporting achievements with our community over the coming days. Starting with swimming,  Year 12 student Lauren Gastevich has just been selected to represent Australia at the 2018 Oceana Championships in Papua New Guinea!

Rachael Edwards, Year 12, recently finished third place at the School Sport Triathlon Nationals, while her sister Crystal, Year 9, won medals in several of her races at the Australian Age Swimming Championships.

Congratulations girls!

Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority for Parents and Students in Year 10

This booklet has just been published by the Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority for parents and students in Year 10. You can find it under publications on the SCSA website or simply click here

The handbook sets out to explain the different types of courses and pathways that are available to Year 10 students in 2019 and how each contributes towards their WACE.

This is not easy reading but it is important reading! If you have any questions at all please contact me

Sarah Cooke – Careers Advisor
9243 2154

Breast Cancer Fundraiser

Shanii Forrest Year 9, has a movie fundraiser with her RITE journey mentor to help raise money for breast cancer. It would be great if the St Stephen’s School Community could help and support this great cause.

Cost – Adults $22, Children Under 15 $18 (includes movie ticket, water and a treat)

Date – 15th June
Time – 6:30pm (don’t be late)

Location – Whitfords, Event Cinemas





World Religions

Year 11 students  have been learning about World Religions. Recently, they were blessed with a visit from Mrs Tripdidas of Calcutta, India who spoke about Hinduism. Mrs Tripdidas was raised by the Loretto Sisters  (Irish Catholic Nuns) in the Convent and was taught Geography by Mother Theresa herself! She went on to teach Political Science and English. She gave a fascinating talk on Hinduism for our students.

Andrea Tinney

Teacher – Biblical Studies