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NJROTC names COY, POY, 2018-2019 top three; honors 34 graduating senior cadets (Press Release)

April 25, 2018 4:10pm | Charger's PAO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ed W. Clark HS NJROTC April 23, 2018; Charger’s PAO   “Awards and a symbolic farewell for our NJROTC Cadets! On April 23, 2018, the annual NJROTC Award and Change of Command Ceremony was held in the Clark gymnasium and it the […]

NJROTC awards top Cadet, Petty Officer of 4th Quarter (Press Release)

April 25, 2018 4:03pm | Charger's PAO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ed W. Clark HS NJROTC April 20, 2018; Charger’s PAO “A Chance for Cadets to excel!” Today’s after school event was the NJROTC’s 4th Quarter Cadet of the Quarter (CoQ) and Petty Officer of the Quarter (PoQ), naming the top cadet and […]

Special education students join Clark orchestra and band for holiday concert

February 5, 2018 3:56pm | Chanel Pulido

Last month, Clark held their annual holiday concert. Playing alongside the orchestra and band were several new musicians from the special education department. For the past few weeks, these students have been learning to play musical instruments through United Sound, a nationwide music education program […]

Special education students join Clark orchestra and band for holiday concert

February 1, 2018 9:16pm | Chanel Pulido

Last month, Clark held their annual holiday concert. Playing alongside the orchestra and band were several new musicians from the special education department. For the past few weeks, These students were given the opportunity to learn to play musical instruments through United Sound, a nationwide […]

Clark’s Science Olympiad team exceeds expectations at Boston MIT invitational

January 30, 2018 4:39pm | Patrick Keene

The Clark Science Olympiad team traveled to Boston to compete in the annual Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) invitational tournament on January 20, featuring the top teams in the nation. Considered by many the most competitive tournament in the nation, even possibly topping the national […]

Throwback to Clark Spirit Week

January 22, 2018 5:12pm | Avery Fernandez

A few months ago was Clark’s Homecoming Spirit Week. We got to see tons of kids showing spirit from wearing silly socks to dressing like a hippie. Tons of kids participated in our spirit week from the freshmen to our seniors to even our teachers. […]

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 […]

Charger Chant’s favorite cheap eats around Clark

November 7, 2017 4:25pm | Cristian Buenaventura

Before and after a long school day, it’s often tough to keep a positive mood. Eating a wheat bread before going to school or drinking bitter coffee before heading to work doesn’t make anyone happy – many start the day off with an inexpensive breakfast at […]

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 […]

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 […]