Stuart – Saturday July 30, 2022: The Clark Advanced Learning Center, a charter high school serving Martin County located on the Indian River State College (IRSC) Chastain Campus in Stuart, again received an “A” grade. This is the 14th consecutive year the school has earned this designation from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE). FLDOE ranks Clark among the top 20 high schools in Florida.
Additionally, Clark is recognized as a high-performing charter school and a school of excellence by the Florida Department of Education. To earn this honor, a school must excel in the Florida grading system for at least two of the past three school years.
“We are proud of our students and the team of educators at Clark for their hard work in earning us this A designation for the fourteenth year in a row,” shares Dr. Leslie Judd, Director, Clark Center d advanced learning. “The exceptional partnership that the Clark Advanced Learning Center and CIHR have with our parents, the school district, and the Martin County community is what allows our students to succeed in such tremendous ways.”
The class of 2022 demonstrated 99% college readiness in English, 99% college readiness in reading, and 86% college readiness in math. Associate’s degrees were earned by 55% of the Class of 2022. This year, Clark seniors earned over $547,000 in local scholarships and over $485,000 in Bright Futures scholarships. Clark seniors have been accepted to over 56 colleges and universities.
Located on the Indian River State College (IRSC) Chastain Campus in Stuart, the Clark Advanced Learning Center operates in partnership with the Martin County School District.
Due to its unique location in a college setting, students at Clark take full advantage of the resources of a college campus, and many earn college credit tuition-free through dual enrollment at CIHR. Taking advantage of academic and technology programs that meet the requirements of a high school diploma while having the opportunity to enhance their education with college courses and internships, students attend Clark for free for classes and books. Graduates are ready to complete their graduate studies at CIHR or transfer to a university.
For more information, visit www.clarkaadvancedlearningcenter.org or call 772-419-5750.