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This category is dedicated to all the current events at Clark High School.

Clark Speech and Debate Takes First

February 19, 2019 11:38pm | Erin Keene

Clark High School’s Speech and Debate team took first place overall at the Panther Classic Tournament at Palo Verde High School. At the competition, the team earned more awards than in any other tournament this season. Eight students placed in varsity speech events, and they […]

Suicide Awareness

February 8, 2019 12:14am | Elisia Hurley

Between August and December of this year alone, there have been seventeen suicides across the Clark County School District. This is a significant increase from the entirety of last year, where CCSD saw eleven suicides. With this dramatic rise, we have decided to remind and […]

NJROTC Has Another Air Rifle Champion

February 1, 2019 4:15am | Charger Chant Staff

NJROTC Press Release: Another air rifle champion from Clark! On Monday, January 28th the CCSD Individual Championship Match was hosted in Eldorado High School. Two of our cadets with the best marksmanship in the unit was sent to participate in this match. Cadet Patricia Lopez and Cadet […]

Clark Speech and Debate Excels in Arizona Tournament

January 28, 2019 12:14am | Erin Keene

Over winter break, Clark’s Speech and Debate team competed in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Invitational at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. The team placed in three events and four varsity team members earned entry into famous national tournaments taking place this […]

Clark Basketball Players Commit to Colleges

December 19, 2018 2:25am | Jaden Profit, Antonio Mosby Jr.

Clark basketball stars Jalen Hill and Antwon Jackson have recently committed to division one schools in order to play basketball. Antwon was excited to commit to Arkansas state after he realized how amazing the college’s community was. His hard work both in the classroom and […]

Twelfth Night- A Traditional Play with a Local Twist

December 19, 2018 2:17am | Erin Keene

The theater department had their second outstanding play this year with the production of a shortened version of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. This traditional play was brought to life with a large cast, the first this year to include freshmen, and a huge modern twist on […]

Superintendent Passes School Searches

December 11, 2018 3:56am | Elisia Hurley, Jaiden Reddy

The Clark County Superintendent, Dr. Jesus F. Jara, announced a new weapons search program that will be conducted in middle and high schools throughout the school district. After 11 weapons were found just this year, many thought the large increase in weapons confiscated meant more […]

Clark Represents at the Rock n’ Roll Marathon

November 15, 2018 1:46am | NJROTC Public Affairs Department

The community service is strong with us! On November 10th to 11th, our cadets worked in various locations in the town, as well as the parade at Downtown. Even though it was packed, it was a fun weekend for us! On Saturday, November 10, we […]

The Aftermath of the No Vote on Question 3

November 8, 2018 6:15pm | Evan Crosby

Clark County School District has long mulled over the pros and cons of separating themselves from the bounds of the NV Energy monopoly in the same fashion that powerhouses in the Las Vegas area such as Switch, MGM, and Caesars have already done. Earlier in […]

NJROTC Volunteers for Veterans Day

November 6, 2018 7:25pm | Evan Crosby

NJROTC has engaged in another successful weekend of volunteering. Cadets engaged in numerous activities in the weekend of November 2nd through 4th, including a Clark football game, a fall festival, the Marine’s Memorial 5K in Sunset Park, and participating in Vietnam Veterans Memorial “Moving Wall.”  Below […]