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Clark School – an Individualized, Inspiring, and Innovative, North Shore Independent Day School

The Clark School, a coeducational North Shore private school located in Rowley, MA, offers a stimulating learning environment for students in Kindergarten through grade 12. Situated within 200 acres of picturesque woods and fields, this independent day school serves families in towns and cities from Boston’s North Shore, the Merrimack Valley, and beyond.

What differentiates The Clark School from other private schools?  The Clark School has a diverse student body— accepting applicants who demonstrate high intellectual abilities, creative or leadership abilities, and those that have learning differences. As an independent day school, The Clark School encourages innovation and a collaborative approach to success including accountability from parents, teachers and students. The Clark School provides a supportive learning environment and the tools necessary for developing critical skills that will aid students in their academic journey and provide a solid foundation to achieve future life goals. The Clark School encourages kindness and empathy for others within the school community and beyond.  

The Clark School mission is to inspire students to become compassionate, resilient problem solvers. Students are encouraged to shine in areas in which they already excel, while also challenged in areas that prove to be more academically difficult for them. Small private school class sizes allow for personal attention to every child, allowing teachers to motivate each child to advance at their own pace in a subject. This approach enables students to reach their full academic and social potential. 

The Clark School goes beyond the typical curriculum, offering cutting edge classes in virtual reality, video production, digital citizenship, and 3D printing. Classes like their Innovative Future Lab, expose students to the latest maker tools as well as current technology, preparing students for success in an ever changing world. This private school also offer numerous courses in Performing Arts and Visual Arts, creating a well-rounded educational experience. 

Along with a strong private school academic program, The Clark School also offers an Athletic Program outside of the classroom, encouraging students to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. The sports clubs—Touch Rugby, Soccer, Cross Country, Indoor Rowing, Flag Football—foster a ‘challenge by choice’ mentality, with the goal of improving athletes’ confidence and motivation to succeed.

Admissions at this independent day school is rolling with Open Houses and Tours available throughout the year. For more information visit clarkschool.com, call 978-777-4699, or email admissions@clarkschool.com to schedule a tour, or attend an open house.

Founded in 1978, Clark School is a non-profit school that describes itself as particularly appropriate for all types of students.

Discover the Beauty of Clark School: Spring Open House!

Discover the beauty of Clark School at our Spring Open House! This is an all-school (K-12), evening event, happening on Tuesday, May 15th from 6-7:30pm.Register today on http://clarkschool.com/admissions-events.html

Posted by Clark School on Friday, May 4, 2018

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By Caitlin Dowling , Newburyport.com Correspondent
Caitlin is a freelance editor/writer and former news producer for CNN. As a local mom of three, her family can be found enjoying all Newburyport has to offer, from strolling downtown to biking the rail trail to swimming at the beach.

Summer Camp – North Shore Adventures, Activities & Field Trips

Clark School Summer Camp, North Shore MA

Summer Camp at the Clark School, is a place for North Shore kids to build their own adventures with a mix of traditional camp activities and exciting field trips. Open to kids entering kindergarten through 8th grade, Summer at the Clark School was founded on traditional summer camp activities but is continuously providing opportunities for exploration of exciting new offerings. Enjoy your favorite activities and try something new; play classic camp games, learn to build a fire, and get creative with cool arts & crafts projects. Explore new horizons with dramatic arts, virtual reality, and 3D printing and more. View the 2022 Summer Camp schedule below for specific theme weeks.

Why is the Clark Schools a great option for Summer Camp?

Part of each day at the Clark School Summer Camp will be focused on that week’s theme and, for the rest of the day, campers are given choice activities and even some free time to ride bikes and to engage in another choice activity.  All activities are optional, and there is more than one choice for each block of the day, offering something for everyone!

Clark School Weekly Summer Camp Themes 

Half Sleepover: June 21-24

Join us for a fun first week of summer camp that will end with a half sleepover on Friday. Campers will stay for a cookout and s’mores. We will play camping and sleepover games and activities and end the evening by changing into our PJ’s, popping some popcorn and watching a movie.

Animal Antics: June 27 – July 1

This is the summer camp top pick for animal lovers. Animals will be the theme for our activities and games. We may visit a zoo or local farm and learn about some exotic animals as well.

Explorers and Treasure Hunters: July 11-15

Calling all explorers and treasure hunters!! We will explore forests and trails around the area to see what interesting things we can find. We will work together to escape traps, complete puzzles and find the hidden treasure at the end of a scavenger hunt.

Mad Scientist Week: July 18-22

Our very own mad scientist will help the campers conduct experiments, construct simple machines and make messy concoctions. Be prepared to invent, experiment and have some fun at the Mad Scientist summer camp theme week!

Splish Splash Wacky Water Week: July 25-29

Water is the theme of this week and – although we will not be traveling to a water park – we will create our own water fun here on campus. There are water games, water balloons and we even create our own slip-n-slide on the back hill. If field trips are allowed, we may have the option of traveling to the beach or Hood’s Pond.

Spirit Week: August 1-5

Let’s celebrate Summer@Clark and get in the spirit of summer. Each day will have a different theme. Campers will dress according to that theme and that theme will guide our daily activities.

Clark’s Got Talent: August 8-12

Each year we meet a variety of campers who have so many talents. In addition to all of our regular summer camp activities, we will be preparing for S@C’s Got Talent Show on Friday of this week. Students will sign up to participate and will be given time each day to practice their talent.  We will end the week with a Talent Show where each camper can show us their special talent!

The cost for Clark School Summer Camp is $325 per person, per week, which includes all activities and fees. Extended Care and Tutoring are offered at an additional cost. Full payment is due via PayPal upon registration and it is recommended to complete the registration on a computer or full tablet (not a smart phone.) Register for summer fun at the Clark School Summer Camp!

Summer Programs Director Jodi Cirone will be happy to answer them. She can be reached at (978) 777-4699 or by email at summer@clarkschool.com.

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