From April 25th-27th, Stevenson continued its annual tradition of hosting Art Manifest. The three-day festival, celebrating artistic innovation and creativity through a series of hands-on (… more)
Attire is “Come as You Are.” Anything from dressy casual to business attire is welcome and appropriate. For additional information please contact Carl Pozzi at (… more)
Mira Krishnan visited Stevenson as part of a Day of Diversity discussion on Tuesday, January 30th. Mira, a social entrepreneur and feminist activist, seized and (… more)
Our approach to therapeutic education is distinguished by services we deliver with personalized attention in a mindful, structured environment; our admissions process is also personalized and structured.
Admission to Stevenson is a simple, three-step process.
The first step is to request an application by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our office will happily reply with a letter of introduction and an application.
Step two is to complete and send in the application and accompanying documentation. We ask that you do this before visiting and touring our school. Your paperwork empowers our admissions and clinical teams to speak knowledgeably about the particulars of your child and your family. Our mission is to help you make the best choice of placement when considering Stevenson.
Tours are the final step. They are offered on a family-by-family basis, and students may be invited to visit and interview shortly after parents have visited our campus.
Students are considered for admission at any time during the school year.
The Robert Louis Stevenson School actively promotes a rich multicultural student population. Students of all backgrounds have equal access to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available to students at the school. Stevenson does not discriminate on the basis of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin in administration of its admission policies, tuition assistance, loan programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs.
There is a $60 nonrefundable application fee.