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

Clark class of 2019 exceeds expectations on ACT, five students score perfect 36

April 25, 2018 3:25pm | Shan Reddy

Every year, juniors across Nevada prepare themselves to sit for a whopping three-hour-long cumulative examination, covering math, science, English, and writing: the ACT. The Nevada Department of Education requires all enrolled students to participate in ACT testing to graduate. The ACT is also a significant […]

Clark Seniors Rathna Reddy, Andrew Wang, Alisha Yi Named Semifinalists in 2018 US Presidential Scholars Program

April 24, 2018 3:32am | Commission on Presidential Scholars (USDE)

Commission on Presidential Scholars US Department of Education FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Ed W. Clark High School graduating seniors Rathna Reddy, Andrew Wang, and Alisha Yi have been named among 630 semifinalists in the 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The semifinalists were selected from nearly 5,300 […]

Jennifer Glezen, Olivia Lee elected FBLA state officers, team places 1st overall

April 23, 2018 4:00pm | Shan Reddy

When Jennifer Glezen stepped into her first Future Business Leaders of America meeting two years ago, she could tell there was something different about the club. She’d been in competitive clubs before at Clark, including DECA, Science Olympiad, and Varsity Quiz, but FBLA had something […]

Clark Chess Club places 2nd at 2018 Nevada State Championship

April 19, 2018 7:51pm | Shan Reddy

The Clark Chess Team competed at the 2018 Nevada State Chess Championship Saturday at Las Vegas Day School. Valentin Matveev, Kian Samra, Naomi Santiago, and Maxx Tandon. competed for Clark in the five-round high school section for players in grades twelve and below. Back in […]

Cadets and officers bond over drills and games at NJROTC Unit Day

April 17, 2018 4:46pm | Master Guns Douglas Webster

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ed W. Clark HS NJROTC April 7, 2018 Ed W. Clark HS, Las Vegas, NV Charger’s PAO A fun day for NJROTC Cadets! On April 7, 2018, Clark High School’s NJROTC unit hosted the annual Unit Day. Unit Day is a special […]

Clark ROTC presents colors at Supporting Our Survivors benefit dinner

April 17, 2018 3:28pm | Master Guns Douglas Webster

The Supporting Our Survivors dinner is a benefit presented by the Office of the Attorney General, the Nevada Trucking Association, Soroptimist International, and the Sands Corporation that brings together the survivors of human trafficking and it provided a platform for them to speak for their […]

Clark breaks state record with 38 National Merit Commended scholars from the Class of 2019

April 8, 2018 4:39am | Shan Reddy

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the students who made the first cut towards the prestigious National Merit Scholarship award, a process will continue through semi-finalist and finalist rounds before announcing overall winners in the spring of 2019. This year, 38 impressive Clark students were […]

Sophomore Eshaan Vakil’s Quiz Bowl Initiative AAQB Honored At City Hall

April 4, 2018 12:30am | Evan Crosby

Clark sophomore Eshaan Vakil’s grassroots initiative “Learn Through Quiz Bowl Day” was officially honored on March 3rd, 2018 by Mayor Carolyn Goodman. The initiative is sponsored by Alliance for Academic Quiz Bowl (AAQB), a Nevada nonprofit that Vakil founded while still a middle school student. […]

Clark places fourth overall at speech and debate county championships

March 20, 2018 4:07pm | Shivam Saran

I affirm the following resolution: Resolved: Clark’s Speech and Debate team is one of the best in Vegas. Last weekend, students from across Vegas competed in the Golden Desert District’s annual County Speech and Debate Tournament. Led by club president Manushri Desai and advisors Robin […]

500+ Clark students walk out to protest gun legislation and honor Parkland shooting victims

March 20, 2018 3:58pm | Shivam Saran

Today, I witnessed something I’ve never quite seen before at Ed W. Clark High School: complete silence. I watched anxiously as every student and every teacher stood in complete silence. I froze as a grave sense of sorrow resonated through our souls for what seemed […]