Stevens middle school students had the honor of watching an inspiring performance and talk by Dr. Mykee Fowlin to kick off Black History Month.
Last fall, Middle School Spanish Teacher and Cultural Exchange Coordinator, Alicia Agosti, attended her first NAIS People of Color Conference (PoCC). This year, she was invited to facilitate as one of the Latinx Affinity Group Coordinators! Over 5,000 educators joined the conference, and 600 of them joined the Latinx Affinity Group who were divided into two breakout rooms for the virtual conference.
Stevens is proud to share the work that three of our alumni (all sisters, too!) are doing on the frontlines of the current global pandemic. "(They) have taken what they learned at Stevens and beyond, to help others, particularly the disadvantaged," commented proud father, Eric Stovicek.
Congratulations to our athletics teams for an exciting fall season!
Congratulations to all of our basketball players on a wonderful winter season, and to our 8th Grade Boys Team on their Championship trophy!
The winter season in basketball is looking good for Stevens' Spartans!
Students engaged in a meaningful day of service learning, spending time at an all girls orphanage.
Students enjoyed a a day of fun and activities at the Kipling School's festival, the "celebration of children."
Today the students visited the Anthropology Museum, followed by some local shopping.
Today the students visited the Teotihuacan Pyramids, a trip they had been looking forward to since arriving in Mexico!
Students spent the day with their Kipling matches, visiting classes and decorating piñatas for local orphans who they will visit this Friday.
Stevens students are busy this holiday season giving back to local and global communities.
Head of School, Sergio Alati dedicates this moving poem to the students, to get them excited about the 2019-2020 school year.
Strategic Vision for the future, celebrating our 70 years of history, and reflecting on the school's brights spots and areas of growth...