Welcome to Stephenson Area Public Schools

The mission of the Stephenson Area Public Schools is to provide an appropriate educational program and learning environment which will effectively meet the educational needs of its students and community and help its students accomplish educational goals which are significant, durable, and transferable.

Giving Thanks

Area Businesses

We have the best support from area businesses that any school could ask for! These businesses are constantly being asked to support different clubs, sport teams, and activities. Every time they are asked, they step up to help. We greatly appreciate all you have done for our school!

Computer Labs

The Phillippo family has generously provided resources for three computer labs at the high school. These laboratories were completely remodeled and updated with new equipment. These laboratories are used every day and have made a huge impact on our students. Thank you for your support of our school.


Every quarter, Stephenson Area Public Schools students acknowledge people within the school who have made a positive impact on their lives. This is a positive program that has enabled students to thank those who help them. Students thank teachers, staff members and other students.
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Up Coming Events

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Student Impact

5th Grade Caroling

The 5th grade classes took the opportunity at Christmas time to go caroling at Roubal Care and Rehab Center. The students enjoyed being able to share the songs they had learned.

Christmas Giving

Several organizations reached out during the holiday season to help others. The middle school student council sold candy canes, then used the money to support needy children through Project Give. National Honor Society students also supported children through Project Give and held a food drive for our local food bank. Stephenson High School Student Council held a blood drive.

Robotics Club

Stephenson High School has recently started a robotics club. While we are new to robotics, several area schools have participated for years which enabled our students to see student built robots. This excitement in the robot has lead to a club which is now working on building our own robot for this year's competition. The team is helped by engineers from Advanced Blending Solutions (ABS).