The Robert Louis Stevenson School was founded in 1908. We are located in an historic brownstone on West 74th Street off Central Park West – a short walk to the Park, Lincoln Center, The American Museum of Natural History, and the vibrant life of the Upper West Side.
Stevenson serves students in grades six through twelve with an average class size of eight students. The staff-to-student ratio is 4:1.
We are proud that nearly all Stevenson graduates go on to attend college.
Adelphi, Baruch, Binghamton University, Brooklyn College, Caninus City College, College of New Jersey, College of Staten Island, Curry, Dowling College, George Washington University, Goucher, Hunter College (CUNY), Iona, International Culinary Center, Institute of Culinary Education, Jacksonville University, Johnson and Wales, Lehman, La Salle, Lynn University, Long Island University, Brooklyn College, Marymount, Manhattanville, Manhattan College, Maryland Institute of Art, Mitchell, New England College New York University, Pace, Plymouth State, University of Bridgeport, University of New Haven, Queens College, Quinnipiac University, Rollins College, San Francisco Art Institute, Art Institute of Chicago, Stony Brook (SUNY), and Temple University
Antioch College, Bard College, Barnard College, Boston University, Brandeis University, Carnegie Mellon University, Goucher College, Hampshire College, Ithaca College, Middlebury College, Oberlin College, Sarah Lawrence College, Rhode Island School of Design, Skidmore College, Stevens Institute of Technology, Syracuse University, Reed College, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, University of Massachusetts, Vassar College. In addition, graduates have attended several CUNY and SUNY schools.