Does the idea of eliminating or limiting your child's screen time over the summer sound appealing? Discover 30 fun-filled ideas to help your kids cut back on screen time when they are outside, inside, or even on a road trip.
In learning the basics of the Scientific Method, students also develop skills in public speaking, writing, design, and technology, all through one Science Fair project.
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!
Helping your child develop a love for reading begins with allowing him or her to take ownership of the process. Discover the benefits of giving your child the gift of reading.
The end of the year is the perfect time for a list of the best books of 2018. Check out this round-up of critically acclaimed titles, our students' favorites, and our Media Center Director's own personal picks!
In order to become life-long learners, students need to actively engage, make observations and reflect on their learning. Student-led conferences give them the opportunity to do just that.
Introducing lower school students to musical instruments can be extremely beneficial socially, emotionally and intellectually. Find out how.
At Stanley Clark, we value the tremendous benefits of recess to our students’ development. Learn more about these four key benefits: cognitive, social, emotional and physical.
99% of our graduates enroll in college
1:7 faculty:student ratio
3 the age our students begin lab-based science & leadership skill development
28 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
14 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