The 2nd annual Stevenson School JUNK2FUNK fashion show is the culmination of a month-long creative arts project with an environmental focus. Students transformed everyday trash into serious fashion statements and displayed their work during a live event featuring student runway "models", music, and more.
In the first of many "Breezeway Sessions", where PK-8 Grade students have the opportunity to perform something brief and spontaneous in front of an iPhone, Matthew P. plays a vigorous portion of De Bériot on violin.
Welcome to Stevenson School, Carmel Campus for grades PK-8, a pleasant, energetic, nonsectarian, independent, co-ed, day school for academically promising children that is consistently focused on each child's individual learning and growth.
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, organic garden, Center for Learning and Instruction, three playgrounds, and a new state-of-the-art turf field. The PK-8 student body represents a variety of ethnic, racial, socio-economic, and religious backgrounds. Approximately 21% 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.
In the second of Breezeway Sessions, Eighth Grader and multi-instrumentalist Bailey M. plays Elton John's "Your Song" in the Music Room.
The "Breezeway Sessions " were born on the Carmel Campus when Mr. Mueller noticed students practicing in the breezeway outside his office. PK-8 students are invited to play 1-2 minutes of a performance, of their choice.
This video includes clips from the performance DVD, available at the front desk.
This past weekend, April 13-14, Carmel Campus students wowed the crowded Keck Auditorium as they sang and danced their way through a collection of Broadway hits - including Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Ease on Down the Road, When You're a Jet, King of New York, and many more. We extend our thanks to Mrs. West, Mrs. Russell, and Mrs. De La Rosa for instilling such inspiration, confidence, and talent in the performers - and congratulate the students for such a knockout performance!