class of 2022 caps stevenson career with commencement ceremonies!
Congratulations Class of 2022!! Graduating seniors in the Class of 2022 happily experienced the Grand Finale to their high school careers at Stevenson’s Commencement Ceremonies over the last few days.
The majority of seniors graduated on Friday night at NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates while a group of seniors graduated this morning in the West Auditorium in a “Mini Graduation” for those unable to attend Friday’s ceremony, many of whom are athletes who were competing for Stevenson in various state competitions.
Please enjoy the above recap video as well as this comprehensive photo gallery that include highlights of both Commencement Ceremonies.
Welcome to your Summer Version of the “Daily Digest”…only, we’re weekly now. But just for the summer!
“Summer @ Stevenson” is your one-stop shop for important information from Stevenson during the summer. We’ll have information about happenings around campus, as well as information related to summer enrichment and the upcoming school year.
The Daily Digest will return to its daily form starting the first week of the 2022-23 school year.
don’t forget: summer school starts next week!
The Summer School Sessions at Stevenson are right around the corner. Mark your calendars:
- June 7-30: Summer School Session 1
- July 5-28: Summer School Session 2
For more information about Summer School, please refer to the e-mail that will be sent out tomorrow from Summer School Principal Anthony Reibel.
get in tip-top shape for the sat or act: join “bootcamp!”
Do you want to sharpen your skills for either the upcoming ACT or SAT exams? You’re in luck. Spaces are still available for this summer’s “Testing Bootcamps” that are taught by our own Stevenson faculty and staff. You can still register for either of these bootcamps:
** ACT Bootcamp: June 13 through June 15; 7:45 a.m. to 12:50 p.m., daily.
** SAT Bootcamp: July 5 through July 14; 7:45 a.m. to 12:50 p.m., daily.
Both summer experiences include a focus on: test-taking strategies, pacing guidelines, reinforcement of subject matter skills, and a simulation practice test on the last day of class where you will receive your immediate score report and feedback.
The late fee has been reduced for each of these experiences!
Questions? Contact Marla Israel at email@example.com or Ellyn Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
patriot superstore starts summer hours today
Please note: The Patriot Superstore will be open today as summer hours go into effect.
Summer hours are as follows:
Monday Through Thursday: 8 a.m. to 12 Noon
stevenson to host sat testing day on saturday
Just a reminder, Stevenson is hosting the SAT Test on Saturday.
Stevenson’s School Code is 14510. Please visit the SAT website for deadlines, fees, and other registration information.
Note: Sunday administrations of the SAT exam usually occur the day after each Saturday test date for students who cannot test on Saturday due to religious observance.
Contact email@example.com with questions.
Boys Tennis: The Patriots (15-1) competed in IHSA State Finals over the weekend and Gabe Visotsky and Gautham Kappaganthula advanced into the quarterfinals of the doubles consolation bracket but then lost a tight match, winning the first set 6-4 then losing the second set 6-1 and the tiebreaker (10-6).
Boys Track: Stevenson’s qualifiers headed to IHSA State Finals at Eastern Illinois over the weekend, participating in the 400 meter dash, the 110 meter hurdles, the 4×100 meter relay and the high jump. On a rainy and cool Friday, the Patriots failed to qualify for the final round of the running events. Jimmy Davis had a 51.52 in the 400 meter, Marcus Caselberry ran a 16.78 in the 110 meter hurdles, the 4×100 meter relay team of Zach Goldman, Caselberry, Keegan Latulippe, and Davis ran a 44.17. Mark Hellwig Jr. qualified for the finals in the high jump, coming in 13th place overall with a 1.90 meters (6.23 feet).
Boys Lacrosse: After defeating Fremd in the Sectional Semifinal, the Patriots (14-5) headed into the Sectional Championship game on Friday to take on host St. Viator. It was a heated matchup but Stevenson ended up losing 17-5 to complete its season.
Girls Lacrosse: Stevenson (15-5) took on host Lake Forest in the Sectional Championship game on Friday. The Patriots lost 19-5 in a tough game to complete their season.
Baseball: The Patriots (26-11) were vying for the Warren Regional Championship against host Warren on Saturday and fell in extra innings, 11-9 to complete their season. Stevenson scored 4 runs in the fifth inning on hits by Joe Richardson, Owen Housinger and Luca Morelli. Pitcher Michael Belbot took the loss for Stevenson. He went three innings, allowing 1 hit and 2 runs while recording 3 strikeouts. Overall, the Patriots racked up 15 hits, with Morelli going 4-for-4 at the plate to lead Stevenson.
Last fall, 18-year-old Omar showed up at Sullivan High School in Rogers Park without papers or ID. As more students followed, teachers rebuilt school from scratch.
Middle school students researched legislative steps needed to exonerate Elizabeth Johnson Jr., convicted in 1693.
the weeks ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
June 4: SAT Test Day At Stevenson
June 7-30: Summer School Session 1
July 5-28: Summer School Session 2