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Mission & Governance

Our Mission

Stevens Cooperative School fosters curiosity, compassion and confidence in students who think deeply, act ethically and lead by example.

This Mission Statement was adopted by the Board of Trustees in April 2023.

Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is the governing body of the Stevens Cooperative School. Any parent or guardian can run for election to the Board of Trustees as long as they are a Cooperative member in good standing. Cooperative members can also nominate other parents for the role. Trustees frequently serve more than one two-year term and are encouraged to do so. After trustees have served some time on the board, they are often encouraged to take on officer positions. The officers of the board form its executive committee and include the Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer and Secretary. The Board can also have up to four non-Cooperative members called 'Community Trustees.' This group may include educators, community leaders, alumni parents and community stakeholders.

Contacting the Board of Trustees

For those who wish to contact the Stevens Board of Trustees directly, please email

Trustee Biographies

Strategic Vision: Ever Forward

Stevens Cooperative School's strategic vision is framed around the school's four pillars, or core values, that anchor us to our foundation, guide decision-making, and help us to achieve the school's mission. In 2018, our administration and Board of Trustees collaborated on Ever Forward: Stevens Cooperative School's Strategic Vision, a document designed to engage our constituents, inspire our community and enrich the decisions made by the school. Ever Forward takes our school's core values of Diversity & Equity, Community, Progressive Teaching & Learning, and Continuous Improvement and places them within the framework of the school's strategic vision.

During the 2023-2024 school year, a task force of administrators, Board members and others will begin work on a follow-up to Ever Forward.