• Community Honors and Awards Assembly

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    Each year the academic and athletic departments recognize outstanding performances by individuals in the student body. Students are honored for academic, art, music, athletic, and community achievements. Click the links below to view photos and video from this special ceremony.

    Photos: Community Honors and Awards Assembly
    Video: Community Honors and Awards Assembly
    Video: President's Awards Recipients

  • Exam Schedule and Summer Departures

    Exams are scheduled for Tuesday, May 30, Wednesday, May 31, and Thursday, June 1. The last exam is from 9:00 - 11:00 am on Thursday morning. It is important that the school protects the integrity of all the exams, and we appreciate parent support in ensuring that your daughter or son remains at school until their last scheduled exam is completed. Students are required to attend all exams unless remarkable circumstances exist that cause an unavoidable conflict. If this is the case, all students have been previously instructed that they must have submitted a planned absence application by Thursday, May 18.

    Residence halls will remain open until 12:00 pm on Friday, June 2 to accommodate travel for students who need an extra day. Please carefully review the End-of-Year Resident Move-Out document for important details regarding UPS pick-up, community clean up and inspection day, summer storage, and allowances. We look forward to welcoming back all students this fall on Tuesday, August 29. Please check the Vacation Travel Planning page for important dates and information regarding returning early for sports and leadership training. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Pete Lips, director of residence, at or Mrs. Aimée Bates, associate dean of students, at

  • Preparing for Your First Year at Stevenson: Introducing Erik Olson, Dean of Students

    As part of our series of articles helping new families as they prepare for the fall, this week the Pirate Log interviewed Mr. Erik Olson, dean of students upper division. Mr. Olson joined Stevenson twenty years ago as a biology teacher and coach, and has played an active role in the development of the outdoor education program. He lives on campus with his wife Jennifer and sons Tyler '21 and Caden '26. Click "more" to read a Q&A with Mr. Olson.

  • 2017 Congressional Art Competition

    The Congressional Art Competition is comprised of entries from high school students in congressmembers ' districts. Congratulations to Seon Ha Yun '18 who placed third for Monterey County in the 2017 Congressional Art Competition. Her artwork "Playing with Time" will be displayed in Jimmy Panetta's district office in Salinas.

  • AP Physics Students Place Second in Region

    The combined scores of seven Stevenson students in AP Physics put the school in 2nd place in its region on the annual Physics Bowl Exam, administered by the American Association of Physics Teachers. Competing in Division 2 of the exam (for second-year physics students), seniors Gregory Eales '17, George Leung '17, and Diana Zhao '17, as well as juniors Peter Song '18, Jennifer Sun '18, Eric Zhang '18, and Alan Zhou '18 put Stevenson just behind the Valley Christian School of San Jose in Region 13, consisting of all of California north of Los Angeles. The exam, consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions with a 45-minute time limit, is taken by thousands of students each year from around the world.

  • Armand Melendez '17 Qualifies for State Championships

    Recent graduate Armand Melendez '17 has qualified for the state golf championships. The championships will be played at Poppy Hills Golf Course next Wednesday, May 31, right here in Pebble Beach. Good luck, Armand!

    Article in the Monterey Herald

  • Kelly Burnett Receives California Coaches Association Award


    Congratulations to Kelly Burnett, athletic director and varsity girls' lacrosse coach, on receiving the Northern California Coach of the Year Award for Girls Lacrosse. This award is given by the California Coaches Association which started in 1957 as the only all-sports coaches association in California. According to the California Coaches Association, their mission "is to provide a professional organization uniting all coaches in California, dedicated to maintaining the highest possible standards for athletic competition and coaching conditions in California."

  • Green Key Ambassadors

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    Every month, the Pebble Beach Campus Admission Office honors two or more Green Key Student Ambassadors who go above and beyond to welcome our prospective families. In the 2016-17 school year we have congratulated 20 students who were well-deserving of this award:

    September: Morgan Tade '17 and Shin Ehara '17
    October: Stevie Hoesel '18 and Taylor Balestrieri-Jennings '17
    November: Nathaniel Maniatis '18 and Ellie Yamashita '19
    December: Grace Hurley '19, Hunter Wenglikowski '17, Sofia Hinojosa Martinez '19, and Ryan Song '20
    January: Lynette Dang '17 and Will Jamieson '19
    February: Christine Lee '19 and Daler Beisenbayev '18
    March: Jimmy Kong '17 and Ella Slinn '17
    April: Ben Gersten '18 and Sedona Horner '18
    May: Eliza Foster '17 and Joseph Cohen '18

    Click "more" for complete descriptions of each students' contributions.

  • Tribe All-Star Senior Lacrosse Game

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    Congratulations to the following seniors who participated in the Tribe All-Star Senior Lacrosse game last weekend: Will Lansbury '17, Brody Flagg '17, Alexander Eales '17, Alexander Meredith '17, Devin Pruthi '17, and Ben Stork '17. Will Lansbury had two goals and two assists, Brody Flagg had four goals, Ben Stork had four goals, and Alexander Meredith stood tall between the pipes and made multiple saves. Devin Pruthi and Alexander Eales came up with multiple ground balls and were big contributors in the clearing game. The game went to double overtime and Ben Stork scored the winning goal. Great job, Pirates!

  • Performing Arts Awards

    Congratulations to the following winners of the performing arts awards. To view a clip from the assembly when they were recognized click here.

    • National School Choral Award: Bill Chan '17
    • John Philip Sousa Band Award: Cynthia Gao '17
    • Louis Armstrong Jazz Award: Steven Min '17
    • National School Orchestra Award: Alyse Adams '17
    • International Thespian Society Award: Yasmin Pascall-Varma '17 and Nancy Wang '17
  • Baccalaureate and Senior Dinner

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    Senior Dinner is a Stevenson tradition that brings together faculty and the graduating class the night before commencement. This year Dr. Amy Jacobs was the invited guest speaker. Student Body President Hunter Wenglikowski '17 also spoke, sharing memories with classmates. Following Senior Dinner, seniors and relatives were invited to Erdman Memorial Chapel to participate in the Baccalaureate service. This year's ceremony included a solo guitar performance by Taylor Balestrieri-Jennings '17, and readings by Amelia Rider '17, Cyrus Barringer '17, DeJuan Gage '17, and Jacob Wang '17. To view photos and video from the event please click the links below.

    Photos: Senior Dinner and Baccalaureate 2017
    Video: Baccalaureate 2017

  • Congratulations Class of 2017!

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    On Sunday, May 21, family members, friends, faculty, staff, trustees, and students gathered in Wandke Amphitheater to commemorate the commencement of the Class of 2017. Thank you to everyone who attended the ceremony and helped honor and celebrate our graduating students. Watch for next week's Pirate Log which will include photos and video from this special day.

  • View From the Back Porch


    Take a look at the latest edition of View From the Back Porch written by Mr. Frank Stephenson.

  • Calendar of Events

    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

  • Keckstock 2017


    Keckstock VII rocked Keck Auditorium this week with student performances of all musical styles. Click the links below to view photos and videos from this year's on-campus music festival!

    Video: Keckstock
    Photos: Keckstock

  • Prom 2017: Midnight Moon


    More than 200 seniors, juniors and their guests attended Prom 2017 last Saturday. Enjoy these photos from the special event.
    Prom 2017

  • Stevenson Traditions Continue

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    This week, seniors participated in two traditional celebrations that take place during their last week of school before graduation -- Senior Dog Day and Senior Sweatshirt Day. Enjoy more photos from Senior Dog Day shared via the school’s Facebook page here.

  • Spring Dance Show Highlights

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    Last week the dance department put on the Spring Dance Show which showcased different types of dance such as ballet, tap, contemporary, jazz, and hip hop! Click the links below to view photos and video from the performance last week.

    Photos: Spring Dance Show
    Video: Spring Dance Show

  • A Message From the PPC President

    We are quickly closing in on the end of the 2017 school year and it is hard to believe that my two-year term as the Pirate Parent Club President is coming to a close. It has truly been my honor and my pleasure to serve and work alongside such dedicated and creative parents who care so deeply for their children and the school. Thank you to all the parents for the incredible support and participation during the last two years. I have enjoyed meeting you, developing friendships and working together on projects to enhance the experience of our students, faculty, and staff.

    To read Corine's message in its entirety please click "more."

  • Yard Sale

    The Yard Sale is open! An annual event on the Pebble Beach Campus, our Resident Activities Committee (RAC) organizes this terrific "green" event that ensures students' usable goods don't head to the landfill. The Yard Sale is located in the gym through Wednesday, May 31 and students can purchase anything from books to clothes to dorm supplies for only a dollar. All money raised goes to help fund RAC events next school year.

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