Stevens Cooperative School's Hoboken and Newport campuses serve a diverse population of over 420 students from two years old through 8th grade.
Accredited by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, Stevens is an excellent model of rigorous education in action. 8th grade students are regularly accepted into some of the most prestigious high schools in the country. In the summer, Stevens offers a robust day camp and specialty weeks for children Kindergarten through 8th grade. Early morning and after school options are available throughout the year.
Students use the world around them to make meaning of the skills they are learning through trips, interdisciplinary work, collaboration and meaningful use of technology. During their time at Stevens, students develop strong foundational skills in language arts, math, social studies, science, Spanish, music, art, physical education and technology. Our graduates are engaged learners, know how to self-advocate, have experienced the world digitally and physically, can present synthesized information in front of large groups and are prepared to be successful in high school and in life.
We imagine a world with well-informed, engaged citizens who are motivated to make a difference. In partnership with our diverse faculty, staff, families and the greater community, Stevens Cooperative School students explore, question and communicate in ways that will inspire and shape the future.
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Stevens' fall athletic season includes cross country and intramural flag football. There are eight basketball teams in the winter season, and the spring offers track and field and a second intramural sport.