We have created the following plan to ensure the safety of our staff, students, and families as we welcome them back to in-person instruction for the 2020-21 school year. The plan is offered as guidance to our pastors and Catholic school leaders as they take the steps to bring staff back to work and students back to school.

Click here to read the “Healthy at School” plan.

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Saint Stephen Martyr

As a Catholic school, St. Stephen Martyr, in partnership with parents and guardians, is called to nurture our students under the guidance of Christ’s teachings: to encourage and educate moral, independent citizens who are God’s face and hands in service to the world community. Responding to the Church’s call to continue the teaching ministry of Jesus Christ, St. Stephen Martyr School strives to prepare students to be educated, responsible members of the community who are also active stewards of the faith. To this end, St. Stephen Martyr School . . .
-honors and protects the self-esteem and integrity of each child by encouraging respect and acceptance within the school environment
-provides students with a quality academic program that prepares for the future, and
-deepens the spirituality of the student body through worship, religious formation, and the daily living of Catholic values

Principal
Bridget Britt
Grades
PreK-8

Provides after-school care, which operates during school year; summer program available.

Preschool
Ages 3-4

Preschool operates during school year; summer program available.

Enrollment
297
Address

2931 Pindell Avenue
Louisville, KY 40217-1752

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Happy Birthday Mary! 6th and 4th grade enjoyed celebrating you at Mass today!🎉 ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Birthday Mary! 6th and 4th grade enjoyed celebrating you at Mass today!🎉

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Peace be with you to all.✌🏼

Peace ❤️

Peace to all

Our teachers and students are taking advantage of the outside today!! What a beautiful day!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Our teachers and students are taking advantage of the outside today!! What a beautiful day!!!Image attachment

2nd and 3rd grades attended Mass today❤️. They are listening and looking for what God is saying to them. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good to see and hear this is happening.

Hope those 3rd graders are able to make their First Holy Communion soon

I LOVE❤️seeing the Kindergartens doing yoga 🧘‍♂️🧘‍♀️in the mornings. ... See MoreSee Less

I LOVE❤️seeing the Kindergartens doing yoga 🧘‍♂️🧘‍♀️in the mornings.Image attachmentImage attachment

5th, 7th, & 8th grades got to celebrate Mass today! It was so good to be back celebrating Mass together. Mr Wicke sang beautifully for us!❤️ Weekday Mass is only for school children, we cannot have visitors at this time. Sorry! ... See MoreSee Less

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I LOVE that we get to have mass again!! My 3rd graders said how wonderful it felt to be back in Church!

A Blessing!!!! God Bless All of you For this new school year!!!

How wonderful to be at mass again.