For more than 20 years, Stevens 8th graders have marked their final years at school with an annual overnight trip to Washington D.C. This year, they added a stop in Baltimore, Maryland, where they engaged with the historical and contemporary experiences of Baltimore's African-American community
Lower School students studying how communities become cities were hyper-focused on one particular aspect of urban life in November: public transportation
First-grade students at the Hoboken campus really put the “lab” in LAB Day this month, as they spent much of their time in special Science lessons observing the life cycle of butterflies
Inspired by Yayoi Kusama’s work, “The Spirits of the Pumpkins Descended into the Heavens,” Kindergarten students at the Newport campus recently constructed their own infinity rooms, using mirrored paper to line the floors and walls of three-dimensional dioramas constructed from cardboard.
On Monday, Oct. 24, school closed for the first time in Stevens history in observance of Diwali, a major festival of lights in the Hindu, Jain, Sikh and Buddhist faiths that originated on the Indian subcontinent more than 1,000 years ago.
If you’ve passed by certain PreK or Kindergarten classrooms lately, your nose may have picked up some delicious smells as students are putting their culinary skills to the test!