An independent co-educational school serving preschool through Grade 8.


Document Shredding Event, Saturday, May, 4

Support The Stanley Clark School while tapping into spring-cleaning and getting rid of unnecessary paper clutter and outdated documents!

Join us on Saturday, May 4, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM for a Document Shredding Event at The Stanley Clark School, 3123 Miami Street, South Bend. Please enter campus through the main entrance off of Donmoyer Ave.

It’s only $10 to participate and you can witness the destruction of your documents or simply drop them off. Proceeds benefit The Stanley Clark School’s Garden Project.

For the past 30 years, Integra Secure Document Shredding and Destruction Service has been destroying business, residential and government documents in a complete, value-added shredding, recycling, and waste approach.

If you have questions or anticipate a large volume of shredding (greater than 4 legal-size boxes), please contact the Advancement Office at 574.291.4200.

Like - A Documentary About the Impact of Social Media

The Stanley Clark School, with support from La Lumiere School, is hosting a viewing of "Like", a documentary about the comprehensive impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The film will be viewed at The Stanley Clark School in the Fannin Hall Activities Center on Tuesday, April 30, 7:00-9:00 PM, is approximately 50 minutes in length, and will be followed by a large group Q&A to explore some of the presented topics.

This event is free and open to the public (adults only, please) but an RSVP is required.

Learn more by watching the movie trailer now. 

Tiger Talk Blog

The Power of Intergenerational Learning
  • Early Childhood
Sarah Lotter, Preschool 3/4 Teacher

Preschoolers and residents at a local retirement home have come together this school year, revealing the power of learning, discovery, and conversation at any age. 

6th graders in a flexible seating classroom
  • Academics
  • Middle School
Nancy Nash, 5/6 English Teacher

Flexible seating offers collaborative and community-centered spaces and gives students the option to choose where to sit. Discover how this plays out in Mrs. Nash's English classroom and why she wouldn't go back to conventional seating. 

Preschoolers Drawing in their Gratitude Journals
  • Early Childhood
Randi Bowling, Preschool 4/5 Teacher

Students with strong social and emotional skills are more likely to do well in school, are better at managing stress and have positive relationships with others. Discover six ways you can help support social and emotional learning at home. 

4th grader writing in cursive
  • Lower School
Marianne King, 4th Grade Teacher

Cursive writing has been linked to many areas of brain development and has far more benefits than meets the eye. While some schools have stopped teaching this valuable skill, Stanley Clark continues to educate the whole child, and cursive writing is an important part of that! 

Students Preparing for Science Olympaid
  • Middle School
Abbie Kurnyak, Science Teacher, Grades 7 & 8

Science Olympiad participants gain so much more than just science skills. Discover the Top Ten Lessons Learned through Science Olympiad!