On November 8th Stevenson parents gathered for a traditional pot luck supper. Over fifty parents and guardians gathered to share a meal and meet the (… more)
On Thursday October 26th, five students handed out goods at the Coney Island Lighthouse Mission. The trip was organized by teachers Nick Alexander, Sabika Khan (… more)
Photos by Steve Hamlin Participation in soccer was high with 17 students joining the team. Led by coach Nick Alexander, the team worked on camaraderie and (… 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.