January has hit our campus, along with most of the peninsula, with a huge storm. For two days, Stevenson’s electricity was cut-out, going on and off throughout the period. Although it was tough to keep the school running through the whole thing, the community worked together to face the problems nature gave to us.
Here we are. After ten months away from Henry Coe State Park, I’ve come back to see the beautiful sunrises and smiling faces of my peers. It’s really good to be back!
Because November is a time to give thanks, in this blog, I want to acknowledge and thank the school for all the opportunities it offers to all its students.
As the newness of the academic year wears off in October, my position as an upperclassman has solidified. I’ve gotten to know all the new faces on campus and I have observed a new kind of respect from not only faculty but also underclassmen.
It’s the start of a new year! I really enjoyed meeting all the new students, and I look forward to seeing them on campus and getting to know them all very well over the course of the year.
As my sophomore year at Stevenson comes to an end, I reminisce about my two years I have experienced as a student here. I have grown a lot in terms of academics and as an all-around contributor on campus.
During April I have learned about many of my peers and their lives. Humans of Stevenson School, inspired by Humans of New York, is an organization here on campus that shares the story of students, faculty, or anybody on campus