Stevenson School aims to enlighten students through an education allowing them to discover the world and contribute to its transformation. This high school in the USA, believes strongly that learning is best pursued through collaboration, companionship and responsibilities. Being placed on California’s Central Coast, studying at Stevenson offers a diverse experience driven around meaning, purpose and joy, and guided by values of respect, belonging, trust and inclusion.
Chinese Language and Culture
Japanese Language and Culture
Electricity and Magnetism
Skills for Academic Success
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Cross Country Running, Cycling, Dance, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Kayaking, Lacrosse, Mountain Biking, Sailing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Track, Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo.
Clubs & Organizations
American Sign Language Club (ASL), Asian/Asian American Student Union (A/AASU), Black Student Union (BSU), Business Club, Christian Club, Continental Mathematics League: CML, Dogs of Stevenson, Future Problem Solving Club, Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA), Green Key Student Ambassadors, History Club, Junior State of America, LatinX Student Union (LSU), Mock Trial, Model United Nations (Model UN), Nanoseed Club, Philanthropy Club, Prefects, Resident Activities Committee, Senior Forum, Spyglass (Yearbook), Student Council, Tusitala (Newspaper), Vailima (art and literary magazine), Wilderness Expedition Leader.
Arts and Music Programs: Choir, Chorus, Dance, KSPB Radio, Orchestra, Symphonic Band, Theater, Theater Tech.
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Housing and Dorms
The school offers on campus housing in a welcoming environment. Teachers and their families also live on campus providing 24h care for the students.
There are 7 dormitories, large common rooms connecting the boys’ and girls’ wings in coed dorms so that social time can be spent together with everyone. Resident faculty and their families live in each dorm, creating a familial, warm environment. They are available to help with homework, connect with students, share meals, and support those students.
All host families are located within less than 1 hour from school campus.