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PSAT 8/9

Who, Where, When..
On October 14th, Eighth graders will be taking The PSAT 8/9.  This test will help students and their teachers figure out what they need to work on most so that they are ready for college when they graduate from high school. It tests the same skills and knowledge as the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, and PSAT 10 — in a way that makes sense for their grade level.

The PSAT 8/9 establishes a baseline measurement of college and career readiness as you enter high school. It also gives you a chance to preview the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, and PSAT 10 and connect to Advanced Placement (AP) courses.

Principal's Message

Welcome to the 2015-2016 School Year!

I trust that your summer break has been restful, joyful and full of adventures with family and friends.  

At Stephens we are committed to cultivating scholars in every way possible.  High expectations for our school, staff, students and learning community is necessary to provide every student the quality education they deserve.  As the Principal of the school, one of my goals is to ensure that our students find success at the Middle School level.  It is important to prepare them with the skillset necessary to succeed at the High School level and be College and Career ready.  We will continue to work hard to ensure your children come to a safe and secure campus that provides a productive learning environment. 

The Stephens Staff welcomes parents, family and community members throughout the school year and I look forward to a collaborative partnership with you!

Go Jackrabbits!

Salvador Madrigal

Bienvenidos al año escolar del 2015-2016!

Confío en que sus vacaciones de verano fueron tranquilas, alegres y llenas de aventuras con amigos y familia.

En Stephens, estamos comprometidos con el cultivo de estudiantes.  Las altas expectativas para nuestra escuela, nuestro personal, estudiantes y comunidad de aprendizaje son necesarias para proporcionar a cada estudiante una educación de calidad que se merecen.  Como Director de la escuela, uno de mis objetivos es asegurar que nuestros estudiantes encuentren éxito al nivel secundario.  Es importante prepararlos con un conjunto de habilidades necesarias para tener éxito en el nivel de la preparatoria y la universidad para obtener una carrera. Vamos a seguir trabajando duro para asegurarles que sus hijos vengan a una escuela segura que proporciona un ambiente de aprendizaje productivo.
El personal Stephens da la bienvenida a los padres, familiares y miembros de la comunidad a lo largo del año escolar y espero una asociación de colaboración con ustedes!

Vamos Jackrabbits!

Salvador Madrigal

Stephens 2015-2015 Uniform Policy



All Stephens’ students are expected to be in uniform every day, with the exception of Free Dress Days and Sprit Days. Please refer to guidelines below for expected daily attire.  Students who are out of uniform will be required to change into a “loaner” uniform or parent will be called to bring a replacement.


*Spirit Days dress will be blue jeans and Stephens’ spirit wear top or uniform top.










  • White, black, or forest green
  • Must have collar
  • Plain, no design
  • Any Stephens school spirit shirt
  • White undershirts only may be worn under collared shirt. Must not exceed collared shirt’s length; if so, must be tucked in
  1. Spaghetti  strings
  2. Bare midriffs – midriff may not be exposed when arms are raised
  3. Tank tops or halters
  4. Multi-layers of clothing
  5. Blouses or button up shirts



  • Khaki or black
  • Pants – no jeans
  • Skirts MUST reach three inches above the knee.
  • Shorts MUST reach three inches above the knee.
  • Must be hemmed and fit at the waist
  • Must be able to stay up without a belt
  • Shorts and skirts must be at fingertip length when arms are down
  1. Torn, ripped or frayed clothing/clothing with holes
  2. Sagging due to over-sized pant
  3. Underwear/undershorts showing
  4. Crotch of pants mid-thigh or lower

3.    Very short or very tight shorts or       




Jackets, sweaters, coats…

  • Solid color – Green, Black, Blue or White
  • Stephens Spirit wear can be worn daily
  1. No logos (except Stephens logos)
  2. No stripes, patterns, plaids on any part of the outer wear including the sleeve



  • Uniform lanyard and school I.D. worn around the neck at all times
  • Shoes that cover the entire foot
  • Hoods worn down at all times except outdoors during inclement weather
  • Cell phones must be turned off and put away at all times

*see cell phone policy for discipline

  1. Sandals, slippers, or any shoe that does not cover the entire foot
  2. High heeled shoes
  3. Initial belt buckles
  4. iPods, MP3 players, games, or other electronic devices


P. E Uniforms

  • Green Sports Shorts
  • Black Sweat pants
  • Grey shirt


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High School Information

October 7, 2015 - Shadow Day Reservation System Opens for High School Choice
October 7, 2015 - CHOICE hotline opens for Parent Assistance (562) 997-8306
October 24, 2015 - High School CHOICE Fair @ Cabrillo High School  
Main Gym  9:00 am -12:00 pm 
2001 Santa Fe Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90810

Tuesday, Oct. 20th, McTeacher's Night from 4:30-7:30 (corner of PCH and Sante Fe)

Tuesday, Oct. 20th, McTeacher's Night from 4:30-7:30 (corner of PCH and Sante 

7th Grade TDAP Requirements

"California State Law requires that all students entering 7th grade must show evidence or proof of having had a TDAP booster given after the 7th birthday. TDAP is a vaccine that protects children from tetanus, diptheria and whooping cough. Students who do not have a proof or evidence of this vaccine by Wednesday, September 2nd will not be admitted in class or will be sent home.


Tdap tienen que estar actuales. Si su hijo o hija no ha tenido esta vacunación o la prueba no ha sido presentada a la oficina ellos tendrán que ser excluidos de la escuela.   Le pedimos que por favor sigan este requisito de la Ley del Estado de California lo mas pronto posible.  

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