The boys' soccer season is coming to a close, and as a senior captain, I am feeling nostalgic about my last two years in Pirate soccer.
This past Monday marked Stevenson's annual Holiday Formal Dinner and Vespers.
As Thanksgiving break approaches, it is valuable to reflect on what we are thankful for. I thought about my experience at Stevenson, and how influential the role of the dorm prefects were as a new boarding student.
Once a trimester, the entire Stevenson community gathers for a Community Curriculum Night. This fall, a duo of graduate students named No-No Boy performed a concert at Stevenson.
Dorm Olympics are a tradition unlike any other. As new students are settling into their dorms and student leaders such as myself lead the way, dorms compete against each other in contests like basketball, water balloon toss, musical chairs, and more.
An aspect of Stevenson that really spoke to me was the golf opportunities. Pebble Beach, CA is home to seven different golf courses and our team gets to benefit from this.
Hi, my name is Martin and I am a rising senior boarder from Miami, Florida. Before Stevenson I went to school in Bogota, Colombia, and I came to Stevenson as a new junior for the rigorous academics, golf opportunities, the unparalleled sense of community, and the amazing weather. At Stevenson, I am a captain of the varsity soccer team and a member of the varsity golf team. I play piano, guitar, and sing. I love to perform at assemblies and coffeehouses throughout the year. I am so excited to be a prefect in the dorms and a Green Key Ambassador.