On Nov. 15, the Middle School Latinx Affinity Group got together and built a Dia de Muertos Ofrenda.
Second graders spent much of November studying electricity and its many forms and applications.
Second and 4th graders have been busy doing real-world research in Social Studies.
One of the beautiful things about diversity is the way that our different lived experiences actually help us realize how much common ground we all share.
In October, we were beyond honored to welcome back to Stevens the family of our founder, Mary S. Baker, 75 years after she opened the school.
In recent years, 8th graders have traveled to Savannah, Georgia and Baltimore, Maryland with NOBIS Project, a nonprofit focused on service-learning, social justice-based overnight trips for students