Hands-on learning, a nurturing, collaborative environment and engaging curriculum lay the foundation for life-long academic success.
From visual to performing arts, students engage their creative side, hone their skills and talents and learn to present with confidence.
Teamwork, physical health, and good sportsmanship rest at the core of our dynamic athletic program.
From service-learning to leadership development, compassion, respect and responsibility are interwoven into everything we do.
Meily struggled for the longest time with perfectionism, not able to recognize a problem in her behavior. Read about how the empathy of her 6th grade English teacher helped her turn the corner toward accepting mistakes as a way to grow.
Emma was nervous about transferring to Clark as an 8th grader, but after arriving, her fears quickly went away. Read about how welcome she felt during her admission visit day and the friendships she developed that she still has today.
Discover how fifth and sixth grade English students are learning to engage in meaningful dialogue, challenge their thinking, and strengthen their sense of community through a series of open-ended questions.
Growing up, Sabrina always had a terrible fear of public speaking. Read about how joining the Speech Team not only helped her conquer that fear but also developed in her a love for presenting.
Ellie never pictured herself as an artist until a local art competition recognized her talent. Read about how her experience taught her the value of new opportunities.
After struggling with a lack of confidence, discover how Emma learned to embrace her creative side through a 7th grade English class, and in turn, focus on her strengths.
Carter joined the Clark family in 7th grade and never expected to grow so much in just one year. Read about how Carter has been positively impacted throughout his short time here.
When considering how to hold a child accountable for their actions, parents often debate between rewards and punishments. However, teaching logical consequences helps a child learn to pay attention to rules and outcomes. Learn more in our latest edition of Parenting with Dr. Dave.
Allison always saw herself as more of an artist than an athlete leading up to middle school. Read about how an athletics requirement helped her discover a love for a sport she'd never played before.
99% of our graduates enroll in college
1:7 faculty: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
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