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Charger Spotlight

This category is dedicated to the unique and dedicated teachers and students of Clark.

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 […]

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 […]

The Fashion Icon of the English Department: Ms. Simental

March 20, 2019 2:41pm | Chanel Pulido

Every morning, on my way to class, I pass by the trendy, young English teacher standing outside her door in the 400s hallway. Ms. Simental is a new teacher at Clark High School, and has caught my attention with her bold prints and color palette. […]

CLUB SPOTLIGHT: Clark Varsity Quiz Undefeated This Year

March 14, 2019 5:30pm | Elisia Hurley

One of Clark’s most successful competitive teams has continued their undefeated season with two playoff wins and a championship triumph against Coronado. Varsity Quiz, a competition that allows students from public, private, and charter schools to compete, is one of the most competitive clubs in […]

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 […]

Clark’s New English Teacher: Mrs. Jones

October 9, 2018 11:29pm | Elisia Hurley

Clark High School’s English department has an exciting new teacher to look forward to: Mrs. Zakeisha Jones. Mrs. Jones teaches English 11, but doesn’t think of her classroom as any normal class. She considers all of her students “honorary students who have scholarly discussions inside […]

Clark Breaks State Record Again with 25 National Merit Semifinalists

September 26, 2018 4:46am | Jaiden Reddy

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced this year’s semifinalists in the second round of the National Merit Scholarship. These students qualified as Semifinalists through their performance on the PSAT/NSMQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test) taken in high school students’ junior year.  Clark High School’s […]

Clark’s Newest English Teacher: Ms. Simental

September 10, 2018 5:17pm | Kanokwan Tungkitkancharoen

Clark’s English department has something to look forward to in exciting new teacher, Ms. Kori Simental. Ms. Kori Simental jumped head-first into the atmosphere of Clark High School when room 421 opened up for a new teacher. Ms. Simental grew up in Las Vegas and […]

The Passion of Artistry with Gianetta Luther

January 22, 2018 5:07pm | Krystal Robinson

As a school famous for its math, science, and finance programs, artists often go under the radar at Clark. However, Clark has many excellent artists who take pride in their work, searching for critiques in order to improve on their skills. Senior Gianetta Luther  has […]

Coach Bennion leads track and field team through winter training

December 13, 2017 5:01pm | Jorge Castro

Track and field is around the corner, and that means that the long distance team for Clark is already training for the season. This will be Charles Bennion’s sophomore season as the head coach of the long distance and cross country teams. “I’m very excited […]