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.
The sound of cleats hitting the ground. The whoosh of soccer balls rolling around on the turf. The buzz of the excitement of a season to come all throughout the air. Soccer season is definitely near!
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I have begun to ask myself what part of the Stevenson community I appreciate the most and why? One answer quickly pops up. Our inclusivity. Since soccer season is starting, many new girls are trying out in hopes of being part of our Pirate nation athletes.
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