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Welcome to Clark’s wonderful Lower School, the home of inspiring teachers and creative and inquisitive students who love to learn.

 

We offer exciting opportunities for students through our outstanding academics and strong offerings in the arts, physical education, and character development. At every grade level, we focus on meeting each student’s academic and developmental needs, fostering motivated and independent students who love learning. Come visit our nurturing classrooms where learning and friendships blossom!

 

Warmly,

Laurie, Elementary School Dean

Clark School challenges students to develop their full academic and social potential. We value diversity and foster every student’s success within a safe environment.

Our curriculum nurtures a student’s ability to think critically, intellectually question theories and principles, and find meaningful connections between what is studied in the classroom and the world around them.

 

Warmly,

Laurie, Middle School Dean

Welcome to Clark High School,

At Clark High School we want to get to know you, the real you.  Our faculty is committed to help you become who you are meant to be academically and socially.  We will provide you the opportunity to explore, debate, question and think….a lot.

Our community is our core.  We thrive on your successes and challenges and want you to have a unique high school experience.  We pride ourselves on our ability to help you pursue your true path.

We believe you can have a little fun on the way too!

Welcome to Clark!

Julie, High School Dean

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Every student at Clark (with the exception of A Group) is required to own a computing device and bring it to school each day to do classwork and work collaboratively with teachers and other students.

 

Many students use more than one type of device depending on the task they’re working on. We encourage high school students to find and use the tools that are right for them.

 

For Lower School students in Grades 3-8, we require all students to use an iPad 2 or newer.

 

High School students are granted more flexibility to choose the computing tools that work best for them. They may use any of the following:

 

  • an iPad 2 or later model
  • a laptop running Windows 7 or 8
  • a MacBook running OS X Mountain Lion or later that supports AirPlay.

 

The school supports the student with additional technology, including:

  • Apple TVs
  • 3D Printers

At Clark School your child is not a number—and our Future Planning Class is like no other.  We get to know students well. We will help them embrace who they are and build their confidence so that they are able to make appropriate choices for themselves beyond high school.

 

We begin formal planning in the second semester of their junior year.  They have a weekly class where we explore a variety of future planning options: gap years, colleges, trades, military and employment.  Through a careful analysis of programs and data they begin to create a vision for their future.

 

Students work closely with faculty to determine and appropriate internship for fourth quarter their senior year.  Students are expected to fulfill both academic and internship responsibilities in order to help them balance independence and expectations.

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