Laurie Naughton with her sons, Brendan Muldoon, Class of 2022 (left), Dillon Muldoon, Class of 2019 (right). 

I am so happy to welcome back our students, faculty and administration to the 2020-2021 school year at Archbishop Stepinac High School.  While our administration, teachers, and families continue to adjust plans and responses to the new educational landscape, the Lady Crusaders remain committed to continuing our mission of raising funds in support of the programs and students at Archbishop Stepinac High School. We realize that these unprecedented times offer an opportunity to renew a shared commitment to the Stepinac Family and we are focused on meeting this challenge.


The Lady Crusaders are a dedicated, enthusiastic and diverse group of mothers, grandmothers and guardians of current students and alumni who work together on fundraising and social events to benefit and support Stepinac High School.  We invite you to join us in making a difference in your son's educational life, and the Stepinac community, by becoming a member of the Lady Crusaders.  

If you have any questions about membership or volunteer opportunities, please email me at ladycrusaders@stepinac.org.  

I am so proud of the exceptional work our organization has done and look forward to a successful and safe academic year.

Warm regards,

Laurie Naughton


Stepinac Lady Crusaders

Our Philosophy

We are a diverse, dynamic and passionate group of women who give our time and talents to the Lady Crusaders' mission.  We are united in raising funds to benefit and support the students and programs at Archbishop Stepinac High School.  

About Archbishop Stepinac High School 

Archbishop Stepinac High School opened in 1948.  Stepinac’s academic program is committed to helping the individual student fulfill his own intellectual potential. Parents, students, faculty, and administrators are expected to share, foster, and develop these goals.