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Clark Speech and Debate Places 4th at Rancho Tournament

December 6, 2017 6:25pm | Chanel Pulido

This past weekend, the Clark Speech and Debate team competed in another tournament at Rancho High School. Over one thousand students from schools across Las Vegas competed this weekend, making it the largest tournament of the year so far. “The Clark High School Speech and […]

Clark MUN wins awards at UCLA BruinMUN conference

November 29, 2017 4:40pm | Shan Reddy

Clark’s Model United Nations team competed at the BruinMUN 2017 Conference in UCLA on the weekend of November 11 2017. It was the MUN team’s first time competing at UCLA, and they came back with some hardware. Juniors Chanel Pulido and Taylor Bronson teamed up […]

New green growth at Clark: the Common School Partnership

November 24, 2017 9:22pm | Krystal Robinson

The word growth in high school tends to be associated with mental and personal growth, but it’s taking on even more meaning through a new class offering at Clark. It’s official registered title is “Common School Partnership,” and called “Gardening” by the students. Ms. Thayer […]

Need cash for college? Apply for scholarships!

November 24, 2017 9:08pm | Patrick Keene

By this time of year, many seniors have already started their college application process or are in the process of looking at colleges. While many students are excited at the notion of going to their dream college, the process can be rather daunting. On top […]

Concert held at Clark football field in wake of October tragedy

November 3, 2017 3:47pm | Krystal Robinson

On October 26, out on the Clark football field, foodtrucks filled with deliciously-salty fries and sweet Hawaiian burgers. Friends crammed into a free photobooth for pictures that will last forever. Best of all, Louder Than Words and singer-songwriter Gabe Kubanda performed on one of their […]

Clark MUN, Mr. Rehfeldt Shoot For Another Season of Success

November 1, 2017 2:14pm | Chanel Pulido

Clark has long been acclaimed for the success of its competitive academic teams, especially those revolving around its specialties: math, science, business, and finance. However, clubs like Model United Nations (MUN) are working to prove Clark students also excel in the humanities. Led by President […]

Clark Basketball Defeats Bishop Gorman with Jalen Hill’s Buzzer-Beater: 50-48

October 30, 2017 4:01pm | Teo Tabar

On October 29th, 2017, your Clark Chargers basketball team faced off against Bishop Gorman. After suffering a bitter defeat of 58-62 against the Gaels during last season’s state finals in February, the Chargers were eager to set the tone for the season with a victory. […]

Shooting for gold, HOSA drives competition and community at Clark

October 29, 2017 5:28pm | Grace Wang

Nearly sixty excited students buzz inside of a small science classroom, the door of the room barely closing to accommodate the horde of kids. At the front of the room, senior Vincent Pan waits patiently for the last latecomers to file in – he begins […]

Clark student named Siemens research competition semifinalist

October 18, 2017 7:40pm | Shan Reddy, Editor-in-Chief

Clark senior Andy Wang was named a semifinalist in the Siemens Foundation Competition in Math, Science, and Technology. The Siemens Foundation posted a list of 491 semifinalists online yesterday morning. The Siemens Competition is one of the most competitive research competitions available to high school […]

Imagine Dragons performs at Clark for VH1 Save the Music grant presentation

October 12, 2017 3:02am | Ammie Wang, Staff Writer

The rumors are true. On Thursday, September 21st, Imagine Dragons did indeed make an appearance at our very own Clark High School. Shortly before performing at the world-renowned Life is Beautiful festival in Downtown Las Vegas from September 22 through 24, this band of locals-turned-rockstars […]