Gifts in support of capital projects improve the school’s physical plant.
Capital gifts support improvements to the school’s residential, academic, and athletic infrastructure. This page highlights the three top priorities. For a more comprehensive list of capital needs, please contact the Advancement Office.
The school seeks to raise $6.25M to build a new synthetic turf athletic field for our field hockey, soccer, and lacrosse teams; to resurface the track; to upgrade the current football field by adding synthetic turf and rebuilding our bleachers and press box; and to reconfigure the parking lots.
This project reflects our respect for the history and tradition of athletics at Stevenson, our commitment to students’ health and well-being, and our belief that athletics is a prime site for experiential learning and for establishing lasting values and lifelong relationships. On a practical level, it will once again allow us to schedule games and practices for our 18 field teams without impinging on our students’ time for study and community activities.
Phase One (Complete)After the AP environmental science class removed over 300 pine saplings from the area for replanting, the trees were cleared from the new field site.
Phase Two (Late May - Winter 2017)
The site is being graded and synthetic turf will be installed in the fall for the new soccer/lacrosse/field hockey field. The new turf will have a natural infill rather than rubber crumb, Additional parking, pathways, and retaining walls will also be constructed. If all goes smoothly, this phase will be completed and the field will be ready for play in November 2017.
Phase Three (June 2018 - September 2018)
When the fundraising efforts are successfully concluded, work to resurface our existing track and install a new synthetic playing surface on our current football field will begin. We hope this project will be completed by the time school reopens in September 2018.
We need your help to finish the project! $3.1M of the $6M needed has been raised.
In September 2017, the Carmel Campus expanded its lunch program for all students and faculty to include complimentary meals each day rather than meals for purchase. This improved service has also required the school to upgrade its food service equipment with the purchase of two food transport vehicles to move food from the Pebble Beach kitchen to the Carmel Campus. One was purchased; the school is raising $75,000 to purchase the second.
New Fields to be Named for Jeff and Beth Young. Click here to learn more.