What makes Stevens graduates More Than Ready?
Graduating from Stevens represents more than just completing a required program of study and moving on to a great high school. Stevens students do those things, too. But during their time here, they also grow to become the most authentic versions of themselves.
Our graduates are deep-thinking students and justice-minded leaders who express themselves with clarity and power, advocate for themselves and others, and develop tight-knit relationships within their communities.
These exceptional outcomes are the result of an intentional, inspiring process—a grounded and joyful development of the love of learning. Our students apply what they learn in one subject to others, revise their thinking based on research, and take an extraordinary degree of responsibility for the shape of their education.
They’ve completed complex academic projects. They’ve developed a high degree of social and emotional intelligence. They’re confident in their knowledge and eager to discover new ideas, challenge conventional truths, and experience new frontiers.
Simply put, they are More Than Ready.
A Stevens student since he was in the PreK 3s, Benny has placed first in the New Jersey Math League and loves reading science fiction books. His message for the next generation? "Be kind to your peers and be responsible!"
Jian's graduation from Stevens marks the end of a 19-year journey for his family. His favorite subject is humanities and he loves the opportunities the school has given him to perform, lead, and refine his public speaking skills.
Kimaya credits Stevens with helping her find her voice and defining success as the wellbeing of a community rather than the individual. She's applied those beliefs on a global scale, studying world religions and celebrating how they relate and differ from her own Hindu faith.
Laura's favorite subjects are humanities and science. After joining the community in Kindergarten, she became a student who loves writing stories and poems. Laura has combined her passion for swimming with her studies of Islam.