Reading and writing skills are at the heart of what makes Stevens students deep thinkers and effective communicators, and we lay the foundation for their growth in our Early Childhood program, where we’re guided by the belief that a love of reading develops from positive interaction with written language early and often.
Second-graders recently made their annual trip to the Brooklyn Bridge, which is celebrating its 140th birthday this year.
The nature of history is such that it fades unless it is passed down. For the most horrific chapters of our past, testimony and the preservation of memory plays a crucial role in ensuring history is never repeated.
Black History Month coincided with the Stevens curriculum across grade levels and subject areas this February, as students studied Black leaders who fought injustice, made historic contributions to the arts and sciences, and continue to influence us today.