• 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.

  • Good Luck to Everyone on the Sophomore Wilderness Expedition!


    Yesterday 56 sophomores, 20 junior and senior co-leaders, and 14 faculty leaders embarked on the Sophomore Wilderness Expedition. The Sophomore Wilderness Expedition introduces students to an exciting and rugged wilderness environment through outdoor activities while emphasizing the development of a positive attitude toward challenging situations. Good luck to everyone participating and we look forward to hearing all about your experience when you return! For daily updates follow this link.

  • Northeast College Tour

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    Sixty Stevenson juniors and 5 faculty chaperones departed for Washington, D.C. on Thursday to begin the 10-day Northeast College Tour. In addition to Washington, D.C., the group will spend time touring colleges and universities in Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston; and schools located outside major cities as well. This optional trip is intended to give juniors a greater perspective on the process of applying to college, meet with recent alumni attending Northeast colleges and enjoy spring break with classmates. The trip concludes in Boston on March 4.

  • Graduation Week Planning Tool

    Graduation is just around the corner! Senior parents, please keep an eye out for a complete schedule of all graduation events that will aid in your planning for this important season. The schedule will be emailed to you after we return from break.

  • Photos: Boys' Varsity Basketball

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    Click the link below to view pictures from the boys' varsity basketball senior game taken by photography teacher Cole Thompson.

    Boys Varsity Basketball vs. King City

  • Calendar of Events

    February 23 to March 4 - Northeast College Tour
    February 23 to March 5 - Sophomore Wilderness Expedition
    February 24 to March 12 - Spring Break
    March 23 - 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

  • Living on the Central Coast

    Part of what makes Stevenson School such a wonderful place is its location. We are lucky to have a campus located within a lush forest, less than one mile from the Pacific Ocean. With the beauty also come some challenges and potential hazards. With more winter storms forecasted and recent sightings of coyotes and raccoons near our campus, I share with you a brief but important list of reminders regarding the natural forces with which we live. Although Stevenson faculty and staff are trained and prepared for a variety of emergency scenarios and practice drills regularly throughout the year, I offer this information to ensure we are all individually aware of our surroundings and make smart choices when navigating our local area.

    Please do not hesitate to reach out to me at with any questions about the school’s emergency preparedness procedures.

    Erik Olson
    Dean of Students

  • Final Gear Check

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    Final gear check for students participating in the Sophomore Wilderness Expedition is today, Friday, February 17, from 3:15 pm - 5:30 pm in the Rosen Family Student Center. All students must attend so coleaders can check and help pack all gear for the Expedition. Students will receive any rental items, and coleaders will ensure that students have what they need for the trip. Outdoor Education will keep all student gear in a safe place until the morning the Expedition departs on Thursday, February 23. Students may take the clothes they will wear to school on the first day of the Expedition. See you all soon!

  • Therapy Dogs Help Ease Pre-Finals Jitters

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    Thanks to student council and Ms. Anagol, parent of Neelam Singh '17 and Nisha Singh '20, students were able to take a mid-day break this week to de-stress the week before finals by playing with therapy dogs that came to campus.

  • KSPB DJs Interview at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

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    KSPB DJs, Will Morgan '18 and Billy Lynch '18, were inside the ropes last weekend at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to interview athletes and celebrities during the tournament. This annual event, which plays through our own backyard of campus on the 17th hole of Spyglass Hill Golf Course, gave our students a first-hand opportunity to experience gathering live interview sound bites. Students then hone their broadcast journalism skills to use the clips in future KSPB programming.

  • Juniors and Seniors Explore Memory Lane

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    Last week juniors and seniors took their class meeting time to gather in small groups and reflect on the past three or four years together. Together, in the gym, they wrote down memories from their freshman, sophomore, junior, and first half of their senior year.

  • Girls Varsity Basketball On Their Way To First MTAL Title in 9 Years

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    Cheered on by an energetic crowd of fans, the girls varsity basketball team beat Pacific Grove High School 58 to 26 in an exciting rematch Wednesday night. The Pirates, currently tied with Carmel, are on their way to independently claim the MTAL title. On Friday they play at King City High School and if they win will clinch the title, the first time in nine years.

    To read coverage by the Monterey Herald click here.

    To view photos from the game taken by photography teacher Cole Thompson click here.

  • Photos: Girls Varsity Basketball and Soccer Senior Games

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    This week marked the final home game of the season for both girls varsity basketball as well as girls varsity soccer, also known as the senior game. These games often begin with special recognition of the seniors on the team. To view pictures from the girls' varsity basketball and girls' varsity soccer senior games, taken by photography teacher Cole Thompson, click here.

  • Vacation Travel Planning for Spring Break

    Spring Break is fast approaching! All parents of resident students should visit the links below for important information about travel plans, dates, airport shuttle sign-ups, and deadlines for passes.

    Vacation Travel Planning
    Weekend & Vacation Passes
    Transportation Service to Airports

    Please note the following important dates and times:

    Spring BreakThursday, February 23 through Sunday, March 12:

    • Wednesday, February 22: Winter term exams end at 3:00 pm. Students may not depart before the last exam. Shuttles depart to San Francisco (SFO) and San Jose (SJC) airports at 3:30 pm.
    • Thursday, February 23: Travel day—resident students must depart dorms by noon. Shuttles depart to San Francisco (SFO) and San Jose (SJC) airports at 6:30 am.
    • Sunday, March 12: Resident students may return to campus any time after the dorms reopen at noon and should return by 6:00 pm.
  • Calendar of Events

    February 17 and 18 - Winter Musical: Cinderella
    February 17 - Review Day (Special Schedule)
    February 20 - Math and History Final Exam
    February 21 - Foreign Language Exam
    February 22 - Science and English Exam
    February 23 - Travel Day
    February 23 to March 4 - Northeast College Tour
    February 23 to March 5 - Sophomore Wilderness Expedition
    February 24 to March 12 - Spring Break
    March 23 - April 1 - Spring Art Show
    March 28 - Registration for Next Year's Classes
    April 3 - Pebble Beach Campus Grandparents and Special Friends Day
    April 13 - 17 - Spring Long Weekend

  • Parent Meeting Follow-Up

    Last Thursday, parents were invited to a meeting hosted by the Pirate Parent Club and Parent Teacher Committee to hear from school leadership about school policies and expectations around student behavior. As a follow-up to the evening's discussion, Dr. Kevin Hicks has sent a letter to all parents that reviews the topics and questions covered.

    Please watch for this important communication and take the time to read through it in the educative context in which it is being shared. Thank you to all the parents who attended the meeting for your thoughtful, honest questions and engagement in this important dialogue. Should you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Mia Peterson, director of alumni and parent relations, at who can either address your question or direct you to appropriate person.

  • Students in the Community


    Last weekend, Matt Gibbs '18, founder of Athletes Who Care, worked with American Burger in Monterey to host a group of 30 homeless members of our community for Sunday's Super Bowl LI. The event included a free meal, giveaways, and the opportunity to relax and enjoy the game in a warm, safe space with friends.

    To view the interview by KSBW click here.
    To read the full article by the Monterey Herald click here.

  • Model United Nations

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    In January, 14 students participated in the 2017 Santa Clara Valley Model United Nations Conference. Representing the nations of India and Spain, delegates researched and wrote position papers on the global community’s most pressing questions, including atomic energy, the rights of Syrian refugees, nuclear waste disposal, and climate change. After hours of negotiating with other delegates, the students contributed to resolutions that offered up practical solutions to these important issues. Congratulations to the whole delegation!

  • Student Art Work Recognized By Carmel Art Association

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    Congratulations to Vanessa Liu '18 whose art piece "Girl in Restaurant & Beetle" received Honorable Mention in the For the Love of Art competition hosted by the Carmel Art Association.

  • Food Bags for Finals

    "Food Bags for Finals" is an important fundraiser for the 2017 Prom. "Food Bags for Finals" provide Pebble Beach Campus students with big bags of healthy snacks to sustain them as they prep for their winter final exams. The bags include items such as fruit snacks, noodle bowls, trail mix, bars, dried seaweed, Vitamin Water, and other nutritious and delicious items, all packed in a reusable cloth bag. Students will be glad to have this food right at their desks!

    Each bag costs $25. Please provide the student name(s), school account to be charged, and the number of bags requested. To reserve a bag please click here.

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