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)
Stevenson’s commitment to cultural enrichment and fun were again on display on December 12th, when the nationally-renowned Cassatt String Quartet gave a lunchtime concert in (… more)
The Stevenson Community Service Group (Jake, Casey, Lili, Chris, Mia, Jaron, Hailey, and Jessica) volunteered to serve lunch in the Part of the Solution (POTS) (… more)
A number of seniors each year earn the opportunity to do advanced work in areas of special interest through taking courses at local colleges. Seniors, as well as other students who have shown readiness for outside experience, may be offered carefully selected and closely supervised placements in social service agencies, commercial or industrial establishments, or independent ventures related to their own interests. Credit may be earned for work accomplished in these settings. The importance of such structured external learning can be profound. Students learn that they can be productive and valued in the world outside of Stevenson.