At Stevenson, our focus goes well beyond textbooks, and in times like this we continue to hold safety and wellness as chief priorities. Amid the COVID-19 scenario, we are leaning heavily on the medical professionals in our community (key links below). We are also fortunate to be in close, frequent contact with our peer independent …
You know her. Ruby was the brave six-year-old who climbed the steps of the William Frantz Elementary School in November 1960 and broke the southern school segregation barrier by becoming the first African American to attend the all-white school. What better person to reinforce the importance of progress and hope during today’s uncertain times? The …
Earlier this spring, Maggie, Stevenson class of 2020, qualified for the English Speaking Union’s annual Shakespeare Competition. The competition was held at the Morgan Library. It included students from all over New York City reciting Shakespearen monologues in front of a live audience. Maggie expounded on the experience, her love of Shakespeare, the monologue she …
The financial support that Stevenson receives each year from parents, alumnae/i and friends makes it possible for the school to pursue an educational mission that values small classes, excellence in teaching, and creative, experiential learning.
Direct gifts and pledges to the school are welcome throughout the year. Gifts may be made by mail or by phone, with check or credit card.
Taking advantage of your employer’s matching gifts program helps Stevenson considerably. Enclose your company’s matching form with your gift. If you are not sure whether your company participates in this plan, we can find out and help you obtain the proper forms.
Gifts of appreciated securities may offer significant tax advantages to the donor and are simple to arrange.
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Robert Louis Stevenson School
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