Summer at Stevenson

The summer programs at Stevenson offer students, ages five through 18, an engaging array of academic, athletic, arts, and leadership opportunities. The close proximity to California’s Central Coast, with easy access to both the Pacific Ocean and local mountain ranges, allows campers to flourish through activities like surfing, kayaking, tide-pooling, hiking, and more.

Junior Camp

Students engage in various workshops including art, science, creative writing, dance, theatre, cooking and foreign language that build creative confidence, nurture social development and deliver the summer fun they crave. Students will also have the option to participate in athletics offering the opportunity to introduce your child to a new sport or skills. Our goal is to build their self-esteem and for all kids to feel successful at the end of the day! Each camp day will run from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Session 1: June 27 – July 1
Session 2: July 5 – July 8 (shortened week)
Session 3: July 11 – July 15
Session 4: July 18 – July 22
Session 5: July 25 – July 29

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Sports Camps

Stevenson School will offer day camps this summer for students interested in tennis, boys and girls lacrosse, field hockey, boys and girls basketball, coed soccer, diving, girls volleyball, and water polo. All camps will include morning and afternoon sessions with a break for lunch. Participants will need to bring their own lunch. Programming will adhere to all prevailing COVID-19 protocols. A certified athletics trainer will be on site for all camps. If you have any questions or concerns about summer programming, please feel free to contact Athletics Director Justin Clymo ’93 at (831) 920-7484.

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US History

Summer US History is open to those who have completed Grade 10 and not yet taken a US history course. The format will be in-person or synchronous hybrid if the minimum enrollment is not met. Strong preference will be given to those students able to attend in-person. The dorms will be closed, so students will have to provide their own housing. Classes meet Monday through Friday from June 20 to July 22 (no class on Monday, July 4) from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Summer US History course offers an immersion in US political, social, and cultural currents from the colonial era to the present via lecture, discussion, debate, group and individual research, movies and historical documentaries.

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Geometry

Summer Geometry is open to those who have completed an algebra course and not yet taken a geometry course. The format will be in-person or synchronous hybrid if the minimum enrollment is not met. Strong preference will be given to those students able to attend in-person. The dorms will be closed, so students will have to provide their own housing. Classes will meet Monday through Friday from June 20 to July 22 (no class on Monday, July 4) from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

In this comprehensive math course, students will complete a full-year Geometry course in 5 weeks. Students will develop spatial and deductive reasoning skills through an exploration of 2D and 3D shapes, congruent and similar figures, formal geometric vocabulary, basic structuring of mathematical proofs, and trigonometric identities. All topics are discussed with a connection to the coordinate plane, strengthening students’ algebraic skills and preparing them for future courses.

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