Senior year is an exciting time for students. This page will give students and their parents important documents and links for seniors. 

Scheduling 2019-2020

New Class-Writing Center (Counts as English 12 Credit)

For students who are good writers, self sufficient learners, supportive of others, and looking for a leadership opportunity, we are looking to staff our new Writing Center for the 2019-2020 school year. Staffing opportunities are open to seniors who successfully complete an application process. Those selected will earn English 12 credit, will be trained by local college/university writing center partners, and must be available during 4th hour to staff the center for Stevenson students looking to utilize the Writing Center either in person or through online submissions. 

The application is a two-step process. Click on this link to access the online application. Students who pass the first portion of the application will be invited to complete the second part of the process (a review and commentary on a student sample essay). Save the dates of 3/20, 3/21, or 3/27 for the second step. Students may complete the second part before school, immediately after school, or at lunch as it is designed to take no more than 20 minutes. 

A review of the rubric for the student sample and the rubric for the application can be found by clicking here

For organizational purposes, students will be asked to sign up for their preferred date/time. 

If you have any questions, please contact Annette Christiansen, NBCT at

College Targets

  • Continue your school and community involvement and keep up your grades. Enroll in college prep/advanced placement classes. Take AP exams to see how many college credits you can get.
  • Take ACT & SAT exams
  • Register for selection services at age 18. If you do not register you may not be eligible for federal aid
  • Discuss your final choice of schools with your family, and teachers
  • Keep and organize all corresponding related to applications and finance aid
  • It you are an athlete you must make an athletic resume and send to the coaches at your top schools. Make sure to request info on available scholarships.
  • Get all your transcripts, letters of reference and test scores
  • Apply for admissions to the schools in which you are most interred. You can apply online at most schools.
  • Have your parents complete IRS tax returns early.
  • Compare your offerings for each school.
  • Make a choice, sign letter of intent and make tuition and housing deposits.


Senior Summer College Planner    .pdf

Documents for Seniors
senior summer college planner30 May, 2017 03:12 PM883 KB
Naviance application process (1) (003)13 September, 2018 03:20 PMSCHAEFERSA2.38 MB
Michigan public colleges - GPA test scores cost13 September, 2018 03:20 PMSCHAEFERSA713 KB
Michigan College Map13 September, 2018 03:19 PMSCHAEFERSA701 KB
Helpful Websites13 September, 2018 03:18 PMSCHAEFERSA842 KB
Grad Requirements Chart (003)13 September, 2018 03:18 PMSCHAEFERSA597 KB
Financial Aid Info13 September, 2018 03:16 PMSCHAEFERSA1.42 MB
College Visit Calendar13 September, 2018 03:15 PMSCHAEFERSA1.07 MB
College Interest Sheet13 September, 2018 03:19 PMSCHAEFERSA855 KB