The 2019-20 Robert Louis Stevenson school year is off to a jam-packed start. To kick things off, there were two orientation days, one for new (… more)
On Friday May 24th, seven Stevenson students put on a production of Georges Feydau’s Caught with His Trance Down at the Kraine Theater in the (… more)
Twelve years ago, the Stevenson sports program began with three softball games against Legacy High School. Stevenson won one, lost one, and tied one when (… more)
Stevenson looks to add work in special areas of interest for students, especially those who have made significant progress towards graduation or otherwise shown readiness for such additional experiences. Over the years, students have worked at social service agencies, commercial establishments, and independent ventures–even other schools! Each added experience is carefully selected, closely supervised, and intentionally designed. In result, students not only may earn credit for some of this work, but they also learn how productive and valued they can be in the world beyond Stevenson’s walls.