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Clark Advanced Learning Center Earns 'A' Grade for 11th Consecutive Year

Clark Advanced Learning Center Earns 'A' Grade for 11th Consecutive Year

July 25, 2019 Robert Lane

The Clark Advanced Learning Center has been designated an “A” ranked school by the Florida Department of Education. This is the 11th consecutive year the school has earned the top mark from the state. The school was additionally ranked in the top 10% for each of the nine components evaluated, earning a school grade of 90%.

Students particpate in the 2019 Clark Advanced Learning Center Graduation held Saturday, May 25.

“In this results-driven era, the Clark team has earned such a sense of achievement and pride from attaining our “A” school recognition once again!  This terrific outcome is achievable because of our persistent students, our dedicated teachers and staff, and our partnerships with parents and community members,” shares Debra Kohuth, Executive Director, Clark Advanced Learning Center.

Located at the Chastain Campus of Indian River State College (IRSC) in Stuart, the Clark Advanced Learning Center is organized in partnership with the Martin County School District—an “A” rated district ranked 12th out of the 67 school districts in Florida.

Clark is among the top-scoring Treasure Coast schools based on Florida’s school grading system and among the top 20 high schools in all of Florida. Clark is recognized as a High-Performing Charter School and a School of Excellence by the Florida Department of Education. It is also among Newsweek’s coveted list of America's Top High Schools for 2019—ranking among the top 500 charter schools in the nation.

Due to its unique location in a college setting, Clark students take full advantage of the resources of a college campus and many earn tuition-free college credits through dual enrollment at IRSC. Availing themselves of academic and technology programs that meet the requirements for a high school diploma while having opportunities to enhance studies with college classes and internships, students attend Clark free of charge for coursework and books. Graduates are ready to complete their advanced degrees at IRSC or transfer to a university. For more information about Clark Advanced Learning Center, visit www.clarkadvancedlearningcenter.org or call 772-419-5750.

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