"Pace yourself. Keep your form. Sprint the last hundred meters,” I thought to myself. These were the thoughts running through my head as I prepared to run my part of the relay for the 52nd cross country invitational on campus.
I grew up learning both Spanish and English, so when the time came for me to choose a new language to take at Stevenson it was difficult. There were so many options and I was excited at the thought of immersing myself in another culture. I had to choose between Latin, Mandarin, Japanese, and French. Of course, I chose French!
After choosing my courses for next year, I decided to take AP Studio Art. However, in my current art class, we were recently assigned a project consisting of creating three concentration pieces. This will be a great way to begin thinking about my concentration pieces in my portfolio next year. I know that Stevenson definitely has encouraged students to express themselves and to me, this form is art.
Everyone has had an experience where they have an idea of some sort begging for it to become a reality. Some ignore it, some speak of it but do nothing, and others carry out their dreams. A Stevenson student, Paul Bezner (‘20), has carried out his dream by launching his clothing line: Blindsight.
The horn blasts loudly, the swimmers furiously dive into the water anxious to shave time off of their personal records. The uproar of the cheering begins immediately afterward. One glance to the left and the divers are beginning to warm up.
Seniors know this test well, rising juniors are beginning to create memories with it, and underclassmen have yet to hear its name. The SAT.
Weekends on campus are always fun, but when you live surrounded by beautiful beaches and fairytale-like towns, it would be a crime to not visit! This weekend my friends and I headed down to Carmel Plaza and had a wonderful evening.
Hi! My name is Natalia, and I am a senior day student. I live in Seaside, California, a beautiful town only a couple of minutes from Stevenson. I love studying the anatomy of the brain, painting in our art studio during my free time, and learning about different cultures around the world! After arriving at Stevenson, I joined soccer in hopes of rekindling an old passion for the sport, which I had not played in years. My teammates were the most wonderful girls and I built strong friendships with them on and off the field. This coming year, I hope to return to the field once again to create more friendships along with continuing to challenge myself both athletically and academically!