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About Our Schools

Greater Clark County Schools is the nineteenth largest school corporation in the state operating more than twenty buildings: twelve elementary, four middle, three high, and two alternative schools. Serving a student population of approximately 11,000, Greater Clark offers a variety of courses and academic atmospheres to students at all academic levels.

 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

There are twelve schools at the elementary education level in Greater Clark County. Serving kindergarteners through fifth graders, these schools focus on beginning the educational career of each student on the right track.

A good education requires a solid foundation.

These twelve schools, like all Greater Clark schools, provide a stable learning environment geared toward creating lifelong learners ready for success.

Bridgepoint

Jonathan Jennings

Maple

New Washington Elementary

Northaven

Parkwood

Pleasant Ridge

Riverside

Spring Hill

Thomas Jefferson

Utica

Wilson

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Greater Clark is home to three middle schools dedicated to grades six, seven, and eight along with one middle-high school which consolidates those three grades and the high school level into one building. Theses schools focus on continuing our students along their path to graduation and the world beyond.

Charlestown Middle

New Washington Middle/High

Parkview

River Valley

HIGH SCHOOLS

Our three High Schools provide students with a base of core academic skills necessary for bridging the gap between our district and beyond. Each school offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities to create well rounded students, and access to higher level learning courses where students are able to earn college credit.

Charlestown High

Jeffersonville

New Washington Middle/High

ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS

Corden Porter

Clark County Middle/High School

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