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The Charger Closet: Separate in Space, not Spirit

October 15, 2019 3:50pm | Erin Keene

The Charger Closet has moved locations, but K.E.E.N. Club is thriving in the midst of this new change. The Charger Closet is a student facilitated program run by K.E.E.N. (Keeping Everyone’s Eyes on the Neighborhood) Club, which makes a variety of resources available to all […]

Cross Country Woodbridge Trip

October 11, 2019 3:45pm | Tyler Noble, Elisia Hurley

On September 20, 2019, Clark’s Cross Country Team went to Corona, California to compete in a meet known as Woodbridge. Woodbridge was a gigantic event with almost 13,000 kids and 46 races in total. Each race had close to 250 kids competing for a medal […]

A College Application Glossary: Everything You Need to Know

October 10, 2019 11:18am | Jacob Birdsong

College–it seems like it’s the thing that everyone talks about, but that’s too dreadful to confront at face value. It’s the specter that haunts the great halls of Clark.  I think a lot of kids are put off by the notion of college just because […]

SATIRE: Study Shows Link Between Academic Success and Self-Worth

October 9, 2019 4:24pm | Richard Park

Confirming long-held suspicions surrounding sleep and school success, researchers at Princeton University published a study Thursday that found getting 5 hours of sleep or less for studying, followed by grievously telling all your peers and acknowledging your declining health the next morning, remains the best […]

Club Spotlight: Model United Nations

October 8, 2019 2:03pm | Sophia Adams

Clark Chargers are lucky to have such a wide range of diversity, not only in students and academia, but in our clubs. Students can find a wide range of clubs to suit any interest or desire, or simply start one themselves. One of these clubs […]

Joker: A Spoiler-Free Review

October 7, 2019 5:41pm | Jaiden Reddy

The Joker’s backstory has always been one of ambiguity- from the compellingly contradictory lines in The Dark Knight that explain how Heath Ledger’s character “got these scars” to the endless online theories of a PTSD-suffering war veteran, no one has been able to address the history […]

Clark High School Survival Guide

September 19, 2019 4:13am | Erin Keene, Angelyn Celis

The start of every school year brings in a surge of new challenges and opportunities. From navigating the 200s hallways to balancing a social life with extracurricular activities, the start of a new school year can be quite overwhelming, but you don’t have to do […]

31 Clark seniors named National Merit semifinalists

September 12, 2019 11:30pm | Jaiden Reddy

For the third year in a row, Ed W. Clark High School’s graduating class has set a new state record with 31 national merit semifinalists. Clark had 25 in 2018 and 23 in 2017. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced this year’s semifinalists in the […]

Welcome Back, Chargers!

August 28, 2019 3:21am | Erin Keene

Welcome to our 2019-2020 school year, Clark Chargers! We know how short summer felt, but we hope you are as excited as we are for the new school year. First, we want to start you off with some of our school’s many summer accomplishments. Clark […]

Meet Clark’s New Principal: Mr. Rael

May 9, 2019 11:09pm | Jaiden Reddy

After Mrs. Pendleton’s departure in March, many of Clark’s students have been wondering who would follow her as our new principal. After our interview with her replacement, our team is very excited to welcome Mr. Antonio Rael to Clark High School. Mr. Rael has been […]