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Classes

Welcome, Pirates!

Our Partner Bookstore is Open

If you haven't purchased books for all your classes, you should do so soon. Our partner bookstore is open, offering an efficient purchasing experience. Of course, you can still use other sources to hunt for bargains if you wish. Read this post to learn more.

August 5, 2022|

Summer Reading

Summer Reading assignments are available now! Click the title to find the link to more information.

June 16, 2022|

Placement Exercises

I'm sure you are each very involved in events at your current school as the year wraps up, and at the same time we are inviting you to think about what your life will be like as a Pirate next year. Each step you take brings you closer to the moment when you will be sitting in a high school classroom on Stevenson's campus. You belong there! Please click on the title of this post (Placement Exercises) for more detail.

May 6, 2022|

Hello Pirates!

I hope that you are excited to begin your time at Stevenson next year. I am certainly looking forward to working with you and your family! I am the registrar, and one of my roles is to help you choose the courses that will best meet your academic goals and personal interests for next year. You can start taking steps to request courses now. Please click on the title of this post (Hello Pirates!) for more detail.

March 31, 2022|

Quick Links

New Student Course Request Information
Returning Student Course Request Information

Important Deadlines

The dates below are for newly-enrolled students.

Timeline Action
Mid-April Students and parents receive communication from the registrar with information about the course request process. The student works with their parents or guardians to complete the course request form online. This form serves as a starting point for discussion with the registrar regarding course selections.
Early May Students enrolling from another school complete placement exercises to assist in course placement. Students may complete a math placement exercise if they wish to qualify for an honors course, and those wishing to start in level 2 or higher of a world language do a placement in that language.
May Department heads work with the registrar and the faculty to review the requests in light of the student’s file and the placement exercises.
Late May Students and parents receive an approved course list from the registrar.
Approximately one week before classes begin Students and parents receive information about viewing the student’s schedule. The schedule will include class periods, teachers, and the name of the advisor.

Questions or Concerns?

Please email Liz O’Hara, registrar, at lohara@stevensonschool.org.

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