Inspiring Excellence Since 1958
Students at The Stanley Clark School are inspired toward excellence in academics, arts, athletics and character. These four pillars rest at the foundation of everything we do. Our hands-on approach to education and focus on the development of the entire person has helped launch more than 2,000 alumni onto a path for success.
Prepared for Success
Students leave as critical thinkers, researchers, and lifelong learners, 99% of whom enroll in college. They are empowered, perceptive, informed, creative and accountable.
Stanley Clark graduates attend a variety of independent, parochial and public high schools locally and across the country. No matter the program, they are prepared to succeed. Many Clark graduates go on to be high school valedictorians ... 22 in the last 10 years.
A sampling of high schools our recent graduates have chosen to attend includes: Culver Academies, Elkhart Christian Academy, Interlochen Center for the Arts, John Adams High School, La Lumiere School, Marian High School, Penn High School and St. Joseph High School.
From a Student Perspective
Learn about the Stanley Clark experience directly from some of our students. Read their 8th Grade Personal Memoir Blogs below, or check out more on our Tiger Talk Blog!
Anjali, Class of 2023
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.
Alexa, Class of 2023
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!
Ella, Class of 2023
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!
Erin, Class of 2022
Erin started attending Extended Day at age two and holds sweet vivid memories of her time spent there after school. Read about how Extended Day has impacted Erin's life and helped her grow into the person she is today.
Grace, Class of 2022
Before Speech Team, Grace had a fear of public speaking. Now, she's the Vice President of the SCS Speech Team! Read about her journey as she transforms from fear to confidence.
Libby, Class of 2022
Libby relives the moment she scored her first-ever soccer goal as a sixth-grader. Read about this sweet moment and how much it meant to her!
Explore a Stanley Clark Education
"The faculty and staff at Clark go above and beyond. They are educators, but the Clark community is also a large, extended family. Our children continue relationships with all of their former teachers. We feel privileged to be a part of this community and grateful for faculty and staff that are so invested in our children, not only within their classroom but throughout their childhood."
~ Katie Lambourne Riesenberg, Current Parent