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Michelle has vivid memories of her second-grade teachers bringing the book they read as a class to life by recreating a party scene from it. Read about this joyful memory and how it made her feel a part of a caring community.
Before starting figure skating at Clark in the 5th grade, Kaitlyn only knew how to skate on ice without falling. Through this unique athletics offering, she's grown not only in skill-level but also in self-confidence.
Anjali loved learning about organelles in science class through a fun and engaging project. Read about her experience of "campaigning" for the nucleolus and how this project embodies what it's like to be a student at Clark.
Over time, leadership has shifted from position and status to collaboration and shared responsibility. Understanding leadership fallacies and replacing them with true statements allows anyone the opportunity to become a leader! Learn more about how Stanley Clark is helping encourage leadership in each student.
Ezra wishes for nothing more than to be an Iroquois captain and can hardly wait for the announcement during his 7th-grade year. Read about the big reveal!
In her search to find a school where her middle school daughter could rekindle her love for learning, current SCS parent, Lindsey Forsyth, discovered Stanley Clark was exactly what her daughter needed – a place of mutual respect where she could be trusted, seen and challenged.
Ella transferred to Clark in the middle of seventh grade and quickly discovered just how welcoming everyone was. Read about her transition to SCS and how small acts of kindness made a big difference!
Alexa was never a fan of competitive sports until she became a member of the SCS cross-country team. Read about her first meet and how she learned the value of having and being a good teammate!
Parent-teacher conferences allow everyone involved in a child’s education to pause and reflect. Read more about the rich benefits of conference notes and conversation between parents and teachers, along with three pieces of advice to guide you in your own child's educational journey.
99% of our graduates enroll in college
1:7 school-wide faculty to student ratio
3 the age our students begin lab-based science & leadership skill development
22 high school valedictorians in the past 10 years
80 hours of arts education each week
25 the number of nonprofits assisted by our students each year
16 average class size
7 the number of counties our students draw from
1958 year Stanley Clark was established
45% of our faculty hold advanced degrees
100% of middle school students participate in athletics
1st independent school in the Michiana area