Stevenson Points of Pride
  • Stevenson HS is a Michigan and National Blue Ribbon Exemplary School.
  • Stevenson High has been named one of the most academically challenging schools in the nation by the Washington Post. Our school has also received a silver medal as one of the nation’s best high schools by U.S. News and World Report.
  • Stevenson High School graduating class of 2016 included 27 valedictorians, 3 salutatorians, 94 presidential awards for educational excellence, 39 UCS AP scholars and $9 million in scholarships.
  • Teacher Mike Sekich was named one of the 50 band directors in the nation who Make a Difference.
  • Five students were named National Merit Semifinalists, ranking them among the top one percent of students in the nation.
  • A Stevenson senior recently achieved a perfect score of 36 on the ACT
  • A Stevenson High School students was honored by the White House as a Champion of Change for promoting computer science to junior high school girls.
  • Stevenson had the county’s second highest number of students named to the Macomb All-Academic Team.
  • Stevenson’s theater program has placed first in the Interscholastic Forensics Association one-act play competition. Teacher Mark Johnson was named the theatre teacher of the year for Michigan.
  • Stevenson’s student council received the Michigan Association of Student Councils Award of Excellence, Star award and Exceptional Service Project award.
  • Stevenson had the county’s second highest number of students named to the Macomb All-Academic Team.
  • Stevenson’s marching band has attained more than 20 straight Division 1 ratings.

  • Stevenson was the county’s first high school to implement the AVID program to help students achieve their college dreams. This year every member of the AVID graduating class received a scholarship.

  • Students students earn top national and state awards in competitions:

    • Science Olympiad

    • HOSA

    • SkillsUSA