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  • Seniors: Graduation Information

    2017 Graduation information is now available to view on the website. Please view the following links for helpful information.

    If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Julie Ostarello by email jostarello@stevensonschool.org or call 831-625-8313 or Mrs. Michelle Boatman at mboatman@stevensonschool.org or call 831-625-8397.

  • Student Leader Selections for Next Year

    Many students are in the midst of applying for leadership positions and deciding what classes they will take next year. Follow the link below for an important message from the Dean of Students including tips on how to talk with your student about balancing commitments and avoiding becoming overwhelmed.

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  • National History Day Competition Winners

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    Congratulations to Imogene Johnson ’18, Kaiqi Gu ’19, and Nancy Yu ’19, who have advanced to the state finals of the National History Day Competition, to be held in Rocklin, CA on May 6-7. Imogene’s documentary “Betty Friedan & the Novel That Sparked a Feminist Revolution” won the Senior Division Individual Documentary category and Kaiqi’s and Nancy’s website “Ancestry is not a Crime: WWII Japanese Internment” won the Senior Division Group Website category at the Monterey County National History Day competition on March 18. To view Imogene’s documentary please click here. To view Kaiqi’s and Nancy’s research, please click here. Great job and good luck at the state finals!

  • Support KSPB

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    Support KSPB! Show your support by purchasing a KSPB sweatshirt and other merchandise to wear proudly by clicking here. You can also support KSPB by tuning in to student programming which runs September through May in the mornings, evenings and weekends. The station also broadcasts BBC news during the day and when student shows are not scheduled.

    KSPB 91.9 FM (www.kspb.org) is accessible via the internet, so you can listen from anywhere, anytime.

  • Photos: Swimming vs. Carmel

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    Click the link below to view pictures of the varsity swim team vs. Carmel taken by photography teacher Cole Thompson.

    Swimming vs. Carmel

  • Athletics: Upcoming Home Games

    Spring term athletics have begun! The baseball, golf, softball, lacrosse, and swimming teams all have home games next week. Take a look at the schedule below to take advantage of the opportunity to attend a home game.

    Friday, March 24:
    3:30 pm: Boys Varsity Swimming vs Pacific Collegiate
    3:30 pm: Girls Varsity Swimming vs Pacific Collegiate
    4:00 pm: JV Baseball vs Carmel
    4:00 pm: Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs Casa Grande

    Saturday, March 25:
    12:00 pm: Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs Priory

    Tuesday, March 28:
    3:30 pm: Boys JV Golf vs Aptos
    4:00 pm: JV Baseball vs King City
    4:30 pm: Varsity Softball vs Santa Catalina

    Wednesday, March 29:
    3:30 pm: Boys JV Lacrosse vs Pacific Grove

    Thursday, March 30:
    3:30 pm: Boys JV Golf vs Carmel
    3:30 pm: Boys Varsity Track vs Gonzales and Soledad
    3:30 pm: Girls Varsity Track vs Gonzales and Soledad

    Friday, March 31:
    3:30 pm: Boys Varsity Swimming vs Soledad
    3:30 pm: Girls Varsity Swimming vs Soledad
    4:00 pm: Varsity Baseball vs King City

    For the most updated schedule of home and away games please visit the Team Schedules page.

  • Calendar of Events

    March 27 - April 1 - Spring Art Show
    March 28 - Registration for Next Year's Classes
    April 3 - Grandparents and Special Friends Morning at the Pebble Beach Campus
    April 13 - 17 - Spring Long Weekend
    April 18 - Classes Resume
    April 23 - Cum Laude
    April 27, 28, 29 - Spring Play
    April 29 - Spring Carnival
    May 1-12 - AP Exams
    May 5 - Spring Music Concert
    May 12 - Spring Dance Concert
    May 13 - Prom
    May 16 - Senior Thespian Showcase
    May 20 - Senior Dinner and Baccalaureate
    May 21 - Graduation
    May 26 and 29 - Review Day
    May 30 - Science and English Exam
    May 31 - Math and History Exam
    June 1 - Foreign Language Exam and Last Day of Spring Term
    June 2 - Travel Day

  • Parent Volunteers Needed for Looking Forward Days: Friday, March 24 & April 7

    Parent volunteers can help at our Looking Forward Days this spring: Friday, March 24 and Friday, April 7. Looking Forward Days are for candidates who have been accepted to Stevenson for the 2017-18 school year. These candidates and their families come to campus to celebrate their acceptance and consider enrollment. Pirate Parent perspectives are extremely valuable at this stage in the process. Parent volunteers will share their Stevenson story to visiting families during one or two lunch periods:

    Lunch Host Session One: 11:00 am - 11:50 am
    Lunch Host Session Two: 11:50 am - 12:35 pm

    If you are interested in volunteering, please email Jeanine Staton in the Admission Office: jstaton@stevensonschool.org or 831-625-8258.

  • Casino Night: A Message From Student Council

    Casino Night will be held this Saturday, March 18 in the Rosen Family Student Center from 7:30 - 10:00 pm. Casino Night is a chance for students to play traditional casino games like blackjack, craps, roulette, and poker with professional card dealers. Refreshments will be served. There is no dress code, however, formal or semi-formal attire is encouraged. This year, there will be VIP rooms open to players with a certain amount of chips. At the end of the night, the participants with the highest quantity of chips will be announced and winners will be awarded prizes.

  • Student Art Show

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    David Lee '17

    The Student Art Show will be held March 27 - April 1 in the Treasure Room Gallery in the Rosen Family Student Center. An opening reception will be held on Tuesday, March 28 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm. All are welcome at this fun and lively event. Light refreshments will be served. The show features artwork from each student in this year's visual arts courses: pottery, photography, drawing, painting, architecture, and digital art. For a sneak peak of some of the artwork please click "more."

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  • Boys' Lacrosse Update

    Over the last month, Athletic Director Kelly Burnett and Head Coach Cooper Kehoe '07 have been working closely with MTAL league officials, schools, and coaches to resolve the issue of providing game officials for boys’ lacrosse games. We are pleased to share the news that there will be a complete 2017 spring boys’ lacrosse season. To make this happen for our athletes, some adjustments were made to when and where games will be played to accommodate schedules and available resources.

    Please review the schedules below for the most accurate game times and locations:
    Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Schedule
    Boys' JV Lacrosse Schedule

    Please note: To offset the additional maintenance fees game host sites will incur with the additional usage, a $4 entrance fee will be charged for adults attending away games. Children and students will be free.

    Please contact Kelly Burnett at kburnett@stevensonschool.org or Cooper Kehoe at ckehoe@stevensonschool.org with any questions. Go Pirates!

  • A Note from the Sophomore Wilderness Expedition Team

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    The Sophomore Wilderness Expedition returned from a glorious 11-day trip to Henry Coe State Park. Cold nights, but warm days and clear skies made for a very memorable trip for all students and faculty involved. Congratulations to all the students for taking on and completing this challenging and rewarding experience! We look forward to another amazing adventure next year.

    -Mr. Bob "McC" McCormick and the Stevenson Sophomore Wilderness Expedition Staff

  • Guest Instructor Joseph Culp '80 Teaches Theater Students

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    Actor, director, and filmmaker Joseph Culp ’80 returned to campus yesterday and today as a guest instructor to work with the theater students. Joseph gave a special workshop on a training technique he developed for performers as the students begin rehearsals for the upcoming spring project. Joseph is excited to come back to Stevenson after many years to work with Kim Ataide Schmittgens ’81 and share his experience and techniques with the students. To read more about Joseph please click "more."

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  • Japan Bowl

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    Congratulations to our Japan Bowl team for its outstanding performance in the annual Japan Bowl of California, an academic competition that tests the achievements of students studying Japanese. The Level II team (Jazzy Chang '19, Courtney Tubridy '19, and Alexandra Pompey '19) took second place, and the Level IV team (Tristan Chiu '17, Jennifer Sun '18 and Angela Zhu '19) won first place. Good luck to both teams as they move on to compete at the 25th National Japan Bowl in Washington D.C. in April!

  • Kira Scheid '17 Wins Radio Award in New York

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    Congratulations to Kira Scheid '17 on winning the "Best Specialty Music Show" award at the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System's awards ceremony in New York City earlier this month. Kira's show "Friday is Forever" earned her this national honor—you can hear Kira every Friday at 7:00 a.m. on KSPB 91.9 FM or www.kspb.org.

  • Japanese New Year Greeting Cards

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    Each year Japanese I students participate in the Consulate General of Japan's Japanese New Year's Greeting Card contest. This year Betty Ng '20 won third place in the middle and high school division, and Sara Su '20 received an honorable mention. Congratulations to these two artists!

  • Alyssa Stegall '19 Takes Third at Taekwondo Competition

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    On Saturday, March 4, Alyssa Stegall '19 competed at the Santa Cruz Open Taekwondo Championship. Alyssa was awarded a bronze medal after finishing third in the World Class Poomsae competition in the Junior (15-17) female division. Alyssa will compete at the California State Taekwondo Championship in Fresno on April 1, 2017. Good luck, Alyssa!

  • Athletics: Upcoming Home Games

    Spring term athletics have begun! The baseball, golf, tennis, softball, lacrosse, and swimming teams all have home games next week. Take a look at the schedule below to take advantage of the opportunity to attend a home game.

    Friday, March 17:
    3:30 pm: Boys Varsity Swimming vs Carmel
    3:30 pm: Girls Varsity Swimming vs Carmel
    4:00 pm: Varsity Baseball vs Greenfield

    Tuesday, March 21:
    3:30 pm: Boys JV Golf vs Palma
    4:00 pm: JV Baseball vs Carmel
    4:00 pm: Boys Varsity Tennis vs Monte Vista Christian

    Wednesday, March 22:
    4:00 pm: Boys Varsity Tennis vs Carmel
    4:30 pm: JV Softball vs Pacific Grove
    4:30 pm: Varsity Softball vs Pacific Grove

    Thursday, March 23:
    3:30 pm: Boys JV Golf vs San Benito
    3:30 pm: Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs York
    4:00 pm: Boys Varsity Baseball vs Carmel

    Friday, March 24:
    3:30 pm: Girls Varsity Swimming vs Pacific Collegiate School
    3:30 pm: Boys Varsity Swimming vs Pacific Collegiate School
    4:00 pm: Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs Casa Grande

    Saturday, March 25:
    12:00 pm: Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs Priory

    For the most updated schedule of home and away games please visit the Team Schedules page.

  • Calendar of Events

    March 27 - April 1 - Spring Art Show
    March 28 - Registration for Next Year's Classes
    April 3 - Grandparents and Special Friends Morning at the Pebble Beach Campus
    April 13 - 17 - Spring Long Weekend
    April 18 - Classes Resume
    April 23 - Cum Laude
    April 27, 28, 29 - Spring Play
    April 29 - Spring Carnival
    May 1-5 - AP Exams
    May 5 - Spring Music Concert
    May 12 - Spring Dance Concert
    May 13 - Prom
    May 16 - Senior Thespian Showcase
    May 20 - Senior Dinner and Baccalaureate
    May 21 - Graduation
    May 26 and 29 - Review Day
    May 30 - Science and English Exam
    May 31 - Math and History Exam
    June 1 - Foreign Language Exam and Last Day of Spring Term
    June 2 - Travel Day

  • Girls' and Boys' Varsity Basketball in CCS Playoffs

    Both the girls' and boys' varsity basketball teams have made it to CCS playoffs! Both teams have a game this Saturday, February 25. The girls play at Alma Heights and the boys play at St. Francis. To view the tournament brackets and to purchase tickets please click the links below (Stevenson athletic passes cannot be used for playoff games). Good luck, Pirates!

    Girls CCS Bracket
    Boys CCS Bracket

    To purchase tickets please click here.

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