Stevenson School parents share their perspective and first-hand experience of why they chose Stevenson, and what it’s like to have students at the Carmel Campus.

Stevenson School, founded in 1952 and named for the writer Robert Louis Stevenson, is unique in its configuration in that is it the only PK-12, nonsectarian, independent, co-ed school on the Monterey Peninsula.

The Carmel Campus, founded in 1988, is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Set on three acres in a quiet, residential neighborhood of Carmel, the Carmel Campus (grades PK-8) overlooks Carmel Bay and Point Lobos National Park. The Carmel Campus is a three-tiered campus containing spacious, light-filled classrooms, a gym, a dance studio, offices, and a playground and field areas.

The PK-8 student body represents a variety of ethnic, racial, socio-economic, and religious backgrounds. Approximately 15 percent of our students receive financial assistance.

The Pebble Beach campus is located five miles away in Pebble Beach; it is a boarding and day school for grades 9-12.

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