Music Production Showcase Tomorrow In The West Auditorium Highlights A Semester’s Worth Of Work!
It’s been an entire semester in the making!
The Music Production Showcase, on tap for a 7 p.m. show tomorrow in the West Auditorium, Patriot Lobby, Room 2104 and the MIDI Lab (Room 2201), will be packaged through performances and artist talks and includes the second-semester work from students in Music Production 1 and Music Production 2 Classes.
This event, which is associated with the Activists Playlist, is open to family, friends, classmates, faculty, staff and the community.
For those who are unable to attend in person, the Music Production Showcase may be viewed on the Fine Arts Vimeo Page.
Stevenson Marketing Class Students Get Backstage Pass To Wrigley Field!
Wrigley Field provided just the right backdrop for Marketing Class students from Stevenson who went on a field trip last week to the historic landmark to learn about working in the sports industry.
Students and staff from the Business Department learned about the history of the Chicago Cubs, toured the ballpark and were given access to exclusive spaces, including the newly renovated visitor’s clubhouse, the dugout, the press box (pictured right) and the field itself.
This experience is a part of the sports marketing unit, in which students create sales and marketing promotions for a professional sports team. Marketing students enjoy an interactive curriculum that includes hands-on course work and sensational field trips each semester.
For more information on business courses at Stevenson please reach out to Jason Ford at email@example.com.
Sign Up Now To Audition For Next Year’s Dance Companies
Open auditions for the Mélange and Repertory Dance Companies for current students and incoming freshmen will be held on Wednesday, May 11 and Thursday, May 12, from 3:45 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Room 2010. Interested students should register as soon as possible. They will then be sent (via e-mail by May 6) a video phrase to learn. At the auditions, students will review and perform the video phrase. They should also come prepared to perform a 45- to 60-second solo of their own choreography.
Support The Girls Water Polo Team On Friday At The Wendy’s In Buffalo Grove
Stop into Wendy’s in Buffalo Grove (300 W. Half Day Rd) anytime during the day on Friday and 30 percent of qualifying sales will be donated to the Stevenson girls water polo team. Please present the flyer to the left when the order is placed. Wendy’s gift cards and other retail purchases are excluded from the event. Drive-thru, carry-out and dine-in orders qualify when available.
Get Some Stevenson Gear Next Week!
The Sports Boosters will be holding their annual end-of-the-year “Flash Sale” on Thursday, May 11 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Hall of Fame Garden near the southwest entrance to the Stadium. Stop by on your way to watch boys volleyball against conference opponent Lake Zurich in the Sportscenter at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., or girls lacrosse in the Stadium against Warren at 6:30 p.m. Cash, check, and credit are accepted.
Starting To Plan Your Summer? Check Out Stevenson’s Summer Sports Camps
The Athletic Department is proud to offer a variety of sports camps for 9th through 12th graders. The programming exists to help student-athletes reach their athletic goals through affordable, high-quality sports programs for high school students during the summer season.
Click here for Stevenson’s “SHS Summer Sports Camps Guide,” which includes information about each program, schedules, locations, fees and registration. Registration can be completed up to the day before camp starts.
Boys Water Polo: The Patriots (16-6, 4-0) hosted a 10-team tournament last weekend and went 2-2 against highly competitive teams. Stevenson took on Loyola Academy, Lyons Township, and Naperville Central twice each. The Patriots lost to No. 5 Naperville Central 6-4 in the first meeting. Armaan Gill had 7 saves while Max Lapointe-St. Georges, Kunal Rajadhyax, Angelos Koutsogeorgas and Jack Curtin all scored 1 goal apiece. Stevenson then went on to defeat Loyola Academy, 14-5. Goalie Mark Younan had 10 saves while Max Lapointe-St. Georges (4 assists) led with 4 goals. Angelos Koutsogeorgas scored 3 goals and Kunal Rajadhyax had 2 goals. Josh Moreyno, Andrew Mossman, Tamer Dalloul, Olin Kusevskis and Daniel Li (5 steals) all added 1 goal apiece. In its third match, Stevenson lost to No. 1 Lyons Township, 7-4. Armaan Gill had 4 saves while Max Lapointe-St. Georges, Andrew Mossman, Angelos Koutsogeorgas and Filip Wal all had 1 goal each in the loss. Finally, Stevenson defeated Naperville Central 6-3 in the second meeting between the two teams. Armaan Gill had 7 saves and 2 steals while Kunal Rajadhyax led with 3 goals. Angelos Koutsogeorgas, Olin Kusevskis, Max Lapointe-St. Georges each had 1 goal and Jack Curtin led the team in steals with 3. Next up for the Patriots is their Senior Night at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Pool.
Boys Lacrosse: Over the weekend, the Patriots (10-3, 2-1) hosted Vernon Hills in the Stadium and won 12-7 on a rainy day. Attacker Ryan Hynes had 5 goals (1 Assist) while Colin Livesay and Monty Hashemi each contributed 2 goals. Justin Lucas had 1 goal (1 Assist) and was 82 percent at the Faceoff X. Rounding out the scorers were Caleb Lee and Cody Collins with 1 goal apiece. Last night at Glenbrook South, the Patriots fought hard and played an exciting game but fell, 11-10. Stevenson was down 6-3 at the half, 8-5 going into the 4th quarter, and 11-6 with 6:07 left in the game. The Patriots never gave up. They battled back to make it a 1-goal game, 11-10. With about a minute left, the Patriots had a 10-yard shot that was stopped by Glenbrook South’s tough goalkeeper. Hynes had 4 goals and 2 assists on the night, while Lucas, Hashemi and Lee all had 2 goals apiece. Next up for the Patriots is conference rival Libertyville at the Stadium at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Baseball: The Patriots (16-6, 5-3) traveled to Waukegan to take on the Bulldogs in a North Suburban Conference matchup and walked away with a 13-0 shutout victory. Pitcher Robert Seltzer allowed 2 hits over five innings, striking out 7 batters. Michael Belbot, JR Nelson, Matthew Bressler and Luca Morelli each collected 2 hits apiece to lead the team. Next up for the Patriots (weather permitting) is a home game at 4:30 p.m. today against Waukegan on the Varsity Baseball Field.
Softball: Stevenson (7-7, 4-4) took a 12-5 loss on the road at Mundelein. The Patriots struggled to put runs on the board and had a tough time defensively, giving up 12 runs. Stevenson scored when Lexi Gitler drew a walk. Michaela Duffy socked 1 home run on the day in the fifth inning, leading the Patriots with 2 hits in 3 at-bats. Aubrey Jepson led things off on the mound going 1⅓ innings, allowing 6 runs on 3 hits while striking out 2 batters. Olivia Ringham threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen. Next up for the Patriots (weather permitting) will be Warren at 4:45 p.m. today on the Varsity Softball Field.
Former Stevenson football players Jack Sorenson and Jeremy Webb are headed to the NFL! In the wake of the recent NFL Draft, Sorenson, a 2016 graduate and wide receiver for Miami University (Ohio), has signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. Webb, a 2015 graduate and cornerback from Kansas, got the call to attend a New York Jets tryout.
According to a new survey, most teens worry about costs—but not enough, it seems, to tilt their choices. Parents weren’t surveyed.
The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
May 3-13: AP Exams
May 3: Choral Concert
May 3: BPO Meeting
May 4: Music Production Showcase
May 5: Strings Awards Concert
May 7: Homers For Heroes
May 9: Choral Guild Meeting