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
The work of artist Keith Haring has long served as inspiration for Stevens students, and this year 2nd graders used "We The Youth," his famous 1987 mural, as a foundation for their study of how different artists depict movement.
Interdisciplinary exploration in our Early Childhood classrooms often begins with a single object. Since it's autumn, it's only fitting that the current object of study is a pumpkin!
Students returned to Stevens this year with a new mission: Use their curiosity, compassion and confidence to think deeply, act ethically and lead by example.
The initial weeks of school are an exciting time for middle schoolers, who venture far from the classroom on a series of outdoor adventures designed to build camaraderie and community. Not to mention a whole lot of fun in the wilderness