Welcome to Water is Life 2020! After the three successful conferences, thanks to a tremendous support from Raffles Institution in Singapore, Maurick College in The Netherlands and Shibuya Kyoiku Gakuen School in Japan, Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School, in the United States of America, is thrilled to be the host school of this amazing international conference on June 22-June 26, 2020!
At Saint Stephen’s, our school’s mission charges us to instill in each student a love of learning, an active respect for others, a fundamental sense of integrity and the responsibility to be a global citizen. In addition, we want to educate our students, tomorrow’s leaders, to make a positive contribution to the world. Therefore, we believe that Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School is the perfect setting for Water is Life 2020, whose vision is to nurture future leaders for the effective stewardship of water resources through international cooperation.
We welcome everyone to Florida and look forward to offering a valuable learning opportunity to promising high school students from around the world.
Dr. Jan Pullen, Head of School
Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School
Welcome to Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School! Our students, educators, and community are excited to host the 2020 Water is Life conference on June 22-26, 2020. At Saint Stephen's we pride ourselves on engendering respect, leadership, and a commitment to local and global citizenship as students. Hosting the Water is Life conference gives us a unique opportunity to honor the mission of this incredible organization. We look forward to you and your fellow students joining us as we learn about the global water issues and resolutions offered by the Water is Life movement. We are also very excited to have you and your peers submerge yourself in a new culture while exploring our beautiful home. Even the smallest contribution can make a difference for healthy water for all life.
We can’t wait for you to see what the Saint Stephen’s Community and surroundings have to offer!
Student Council President