We want our students to be challenged and to be successful: we believe that students learn mathematics most effectively when they are given ample opportunity to practice the fundamental concepts and procedures.
In a seminar setting, we model a learning environment framed on the values of inquiry, mutual respect, and cooperative support.
We seek a dynamic balance between cultivating students’ healthy self-sufficiency and providing them with the support and clear standards they need in order to thrive.
Stevenson graduates, by honing skills of experimental design, observation, and data analysis, become equipped to draw logical conclusions based on available evidence.
While no classroom may authentically replicate the opportunity to travel, work, study, or live in another country, our goal is to widen each student's world with an enriching and engaging foreign language experience.
Stevenson offers a variety of rigorous courses—including “honors” and “AP”—in a wide range of academic subjects.
We tell the stories of history in literary form to draw meaning from the evidence of the past, marking both high and low points in the human record.
Our arts program offers all students a rigorous creative experience that is a personally rewarding and central component of their education.
The Upper Division (Grades 9-12) reports on students' progress seven times each year.