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 following videos provide a glimpse into various aspects of the Stevenson program. Each is narrated by the corresponding teacher or director. These standalone selections underscore the unique opportunities available at Stevenson and give visual meaning and literal voice to the Stevenson experience. Together they provide a window into our school.
This video focuses on the intricacies of the neuroscience class taught at Stevenson. The sciences at Stevenson are conceptually rich, highlighted by classes like Neuro and Logic.
This video focuses on fine arts at Stevenson. The art room on Stevenson’s sixth floor is the crown jewel of the building, with open space for students to work and views looking north onto 74th street.
This video focuses on physical education and athletics at Stevenson. Stevenson offers a unique array of athletic options for its wide range of students, featuring many accomplished student athletes.
This video focuses on the performing arts at Stevenson. Whether acting in improv exercises, reading Shakespeare monologues, or taking part in school-run productions, Stevenson students are encouraged to perform.
This video focuses on the supports Stevenson provides for students including the Counseling Center, our unique three-times-a-day advisory program, and rounds. The clinical program at Stevenson offers a comprehensive support structure to students, who are able to use the Counseling Center whenever they need to speak to a licensed professional. Clinicians at Stevenson strive to understand each student in the most compassionate way possible, emphasizing student strengths and promoting self advocacy in a way that will positively influence their lives during and after high school.