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Dual credit means that a high school student can take a class at one of our high schools for high school and college credit. These courses must be accepted by any Indiana college or university.Read More »
Utica Elementary School was named one of 281 schools across the state to be named a Four Star School for the 2013-14 school year by the Indiana Department of Education. Learn more here!http://gcs.k12.in.us/2015/05/utica-elementary-named-four-star-school-2/Read More »
See pictures from the 2015 “Champions for Children” https://plus.google.com/+GcsK12InUs/posts/RDKv4h2xeeb https://youtu.be/zoWVWe-NikA Watch the full event https://youtu.be/Emv4424kzN8 “Champions for Children” is our annual event celebrating excellence throughout our district. Greater Clark County Schools and the GCCS Educational Foundation recognized 23 support services staff member and 21 teachers who have made an outstanding contribution to their school, students, and district.Read More »
High school students can pursue several different types of diplomas as they strive to graduate. The State of Indiana requires at least a Core 40 diploma where students must earn 40 credits while passing a specific set of required and rigorous classes. In addition, students can earn an Academic Honors or Technical Honors diploma that requires a student to earn …Read More »
Perhaps the most significant piece of data we track in Greater Clark is post-secondary acceptance of our graduates. Post-secondary acceptance includes a four-year college, a two-year college, a trade school, an apprenticeship, the military, or full-time employment. In 2013, 87% of Greater Clark graduates were accepted to a post-secondary opportunity, but that rate increased to 92% in 2014. Our high …Read More »
Greater Clark County Schools will offer kindergarten during the 2015-2016 school year at no cost to parents/guardians (does not apply to textbook rental fee). Greater Clark County Schools will host Camp Kindergarten at all twelve elementary schools on Tuesday, April 14. Camp Kindergarten is a fun and informative way for students and their parents to get a jump start on …Read More »
Superintendent Dr. Andrew Melin explains one of our most important pieces of data tracked in Greater Clark. Our graduation rate has increased over the past 4 years putting us above the state average by 4.6%.Read More »