Annual Report 2022–2023

Dear Stevenson Community,

As we settle into the rhythm of another school year filled with learning and growth, I want to express our gratitude for your philanthropic support of Stevenson. Your partnership and generosity make it possible for devoted teachers to inspire our students to be the best versions of themselves, both inside the classroom and in the wider community. With your help, we are building on the great work of previous generations of faculty, students, and supportive families who have established such a strong foundation over the past 71 years.

I am grateful for the many ways our donors support our School, students, faculty, and staff as we strive, in the words of our namesake Robert Louis Stevenson, “to be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming.”

Dr. Dan Griffiths

New Endowment

“Aye, Wee Laddie!”
The Bill Rolland Memorial Scholarship Fund Honors One of Stevenson’s Most Meritorious Members

Bill Rolland
Fac Housing

The Present Impact and Future Importance of Stevenson’s Faculty Housing Initiatives

Family outside of faculty housing

First Gift to Math, Science, and Engineering Center Establishes Solid Foundation of RLS Alumni and Family Support

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2022–2023 SCHOOL YEAR

What did our donors make possible?

Aerial photo of Pebble Beach campus

1,176 donors

gave $2,313,151 to the Annual Fund in support of the operating budget. An additional $8.2M in new gifts and new pledges were received in support of capital and endowment projects.

Student orchestra members

The purchase of orchestra lights

for the music stands in Keck Auditorium was made possible by a gift from a generous supporter of the fine arts program.

264 donors

gave $328,560 to support the School’s athletics program. The new water polo scoreboard was made possible by generous gifts from two dedicated alumni families.

New school van

Two generous donor families

donated funds to purchase four new vans to help transport students, faculty, and staff to off-site outings including sports events, community service, and trips to Target!

Students working on a boat


X-Term stands as a hallmark program, designed to expand students’ horizons and leverage the rich and diverse resources available in the local community of the Monterey Peninsula and the broader California Central Coast. With support from the Annual Fund, almost 400 students comprising grades nine through eleven participated in over twenty different courses.


Classroom learning

Six new endowments

supporting financial aid were created in FY23. These funds allow the School to build a diverse student body and add incalculable value to every student’s experience.