In observance of Asian-Pacific American (AAPI) Heritage Month (May), Stevenson hosted a virtual visit from celebrated children’s author Joanna Ho.
Stevenson Pirates regularly do outstanding work—in the classroom, on the athletics fields, onstage, in the art studio (and beyond).
Stevenson Pirates in the Upper and Middle Divisions recently competed in the Future Problem Solving (FPS) Program of California State Bowl, which was held both in-person and online on April 9-11. Many Stevenson students earned awards at the competition, and several will be moving on to represent Stevenson in the International Conference (June 2-6).
To mark this past Earth Day (April 22, 2021), Upper Division students and Environmental Club members Jazmin Morenzi ’23, Bianca Rexine ’23, Evelyn Moore ’23, and Lydia Yu ’23 teamed up with students from Monterey High School’s Environmental Club to host a joint outdoor “Stand For Climate” Event. Held on Saturday, April 24, at Window on the Bay (across Lake El Estero in Monterey), the event was intended to help raise awareness for environmental conservation.
During their unprecedented year of online learning, many RLS students found creative ways to fill their free time while not on campus. Aidan Carr ’21 wrote, recorded, and released an album of his own songs, entitled, Dear Whoever. The album is now available to stream on a variety of online platforms.