St. Stephen's Has a New Summer Program!


The 2019 Italian Immersion Arts & Humanities Program dates:

June 16 - June 29, 2019

Fee: 2.800 Euro

Open to students ages 13 to 17, the two-week Arts & Humanities Italian summer program offers courses taught by the distinguished faculty of St. Stephen's School, along with exceptional local teachers.
Mornings and afternoons are packed with visits to Rome’s main archaeological sites, monuments, churches, and museums- examining the context of each in terms of Roman society, religion, history, and urban development.
Students will venture out in the cooler morning hours to explore an area in Rome of particular artistic and historical interest. Returning for lunch on campus and a short rest, afternoons will then be dedicated to their chosen elective class, followed by Italian Conversation. There will be free time in the late afternoon for a supervised study hall, sports or relaxing before dinner and evening activities
Summer 2019 core courses feature Renaissance/Baroque Art History and Ancient Roman Topography (a St. Stephen's School signature course). Both courses are conducted in the historical center of Rome.
Elective courses include Creative Writing, Latin, and Drawing & Sketching Rome. 
This session also includes evening and weekend Cultural Programs. Events are held on-site around the city of Rome, outings to important landmarks in the city opened for special evening visits, and excursions to different neighborhood and ice cream shops (gelaterie) in Rome. There will also be a day trip to Pompeii and Sorrento during the weekend of June 21-22.
Please send an email to to learn more and to sign up.
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Meet the Lyceum Scholar in Residence Eldris Con Aguilar Monday, February 4 at 5:30 pm

We are inviting parents to come and meet the David N. Redden Lyceum Scholar in Residence, Eldris Con Aguilar, on Monday 4 February from 17.30 to 18.45. This will take place in the Library.
Eldris works at Leiden University and will be with us from Monday 4th through to Friday 8th February. She is specialized in education, cultural heritage, and heritage of indigenous people, especially in the Caribbean. She is part of NEXUS 1492, a research project that investigates the impacts of colonial encounters in the Caribbean, the nexus of the first interactions between the New and the Old World.
During her stay, Eldris will visit many classes, not only in the Classics department (Latin 2, Greek 2 and Greek SL, Latin 3, CGRS), but also in the History and Modern Languages department.
Eldris will give a talk to the whole school community during morning meeting on Monday 4th February from 10.05 till 10.35 (including time for questions), titled "Heritage Education: Memories of the Past in the Present".  
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Anita Guerra's Presents at the MACRO on January 22!

And we are so excited! On Tuesday, January 22 at 5 pm St. Stephen's sculpture teacher Anita Guerra will be giving a talk about her work as part of the "Autoritratti" series at the Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Roma (MACRO),
Where: Macro Asilo, Sala Cinema, Via Nizza 138
When: Tuesday, Jan. 22nd, 2019 at 5 pm, Sala Cinema. 
We hope you can attend the lecture in support of Anita Guerra's excellent work! 
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