COVID-19 Community Updates
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Stevenson School moved to an indefinite period of remote instruction, effective March 16, 2020.
We will return to our traditional approach as soon as it is sustainably safe and socially responsible to do so.
We continue to monitor all relevant sources of information daily, and to update this webpage accordingly.
Our thoughts are with all of our Pirate families and alumni around the world, especially those who are living in regions most directly impacted by this virus.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our decision to move all three divisions to remote instruction for an indefinite period of time owing to the COVID-19 pandemic prompts questions for which we will seek to provide swift and accurate answers as they arise. Given the fluidity of the situation, the following answers are subject to change as circumstances evolve. This document’s primary goal is to provide an emerging sense of our responses to a range of challenges in a variety of areas, guided by both our standard practices and those being recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Monterey County Health Department, the National Association of Independent Schools, the California Association of Independent Schools, peer schools, colleges and universities, and other relevant organizations.
We thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this uncertain period.
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