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Stevens students participated in a meaningful day of service today, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Stevens 1st grade students celebrated their own published writing with a 'Cozy Cocoa' celebration.
On December 19, the Stevens students demonstrated their science skills and learning at the 6th Grade Science Expo. Congratulations on a fantastic and educational night shared with Stevens families and visiting scientists!
Stevens students engage in self reflection exercises in a number of ways through out the year, exploring their own identities, how they relate to the world around them, and always seeking opportunities for growth and development.
Stevens is thrilled to be the first school to join the Jersey City Soccer League Association.
Congratulations to all of our spring athletes on a successful season!
Congratulations to all of our runners!
Our track team is off to a great start this season!
3rd Grade White Basketball Team Makes it to the Championships!
Students said tearful goodbyes today after an amazing and memorable week in Mexico City.
Today we celebrated "el dia de los ninos" or children's day in Mexico by participating in a carnival.
8th graders spent the morning visiting the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe followed by an afternoon of service-learning.
Today the students enjoyed a day of culture, taking in the Chapultepec Castle on top of Chapultepec Hill and visiting the Anthropology Museum.
Students spent the day at the Kipling School following their exchange student's schedule, attending and participating in classes.
Read our Head of School's summer 2017 State of the School, learn about what Stevens has achieved this past year and new projects currently being worked on.
Read our Head of School's words to the Middle Schoolers from this year's Journey (moving up) Ceremony.
Read our Head of School's speech to the graduates: as you move on to your next chapter, remember that the turns you make are not just about your own movements, but the impact they can and will have on the world around you.