2023 Kindergarten Open House

Get ready – the Greater Clark Kindergarten Open House is coming up on January 24! Parents are invited to stop by from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.* to tour the school, visit the classroom, meet school staff and more.

“Kindergarten at GCCS is so incredibly special because we put the emphasis on the child as an individual. We want parents to understand that as your child enters kindergarten, it is our job to develop that love for school and to instill in them a love for learning,” said Julie Thieneman, kindergarten teacher at Utica Elementary. “Parents can feel assured that their child is in such good hands, each and every day.”

Watch now to learn more! #WeAreGreater

* The Kindergarten Open House is 5-6 p.m. for students with last names of A-M; 6-7 p.m. for the last names of N-Z

Leading Southern Indiana

The results are in and Greater Clark’s graduation rate ranks #1 in Clark and Floyd counties!

  • 59.61% Clarksville
  • 85.61% Silver Creek
  • 86.99% Borden-Henryville
  • 93.12% NAFCS
  • 93.73% Greater Clark

Thank you to all of our students, staff, and our supportive parents for your hard work and dedication.

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CHS Lilly Scholar

“I’ve just always tried to be involved with everything, that way I’d have more opportunities to reach out to people and give back to the community that got me where I’m at today,” said Emma McCutcheon.

Emma, a Charlestown High School student, found out last month that she was chosen as a Lilly Scholar, which provides a full tuition scholarship to any college in Indiana.

Click the link below to read a story about Emma’s big surprise and learn what she plans to do following graduation.

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JHS Alumnus Honored

She dominated on the basketball court in the 90s, now Jeffersonville High School graduate Mary Jo Noon is being honored as a member of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2023 Silver Anniversary Team!

Read more about the team as well as details on each honoree by clicking the link below.

Academy Spotlight

Carpentry students in the Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing Academy at Jeffersonville High School continue to be creative with their classroom projects. To help the school eliminate rental costs of traffic barricades, students utilized donated wood to build permanent ones for their school. In addition to the carpentry skills demonstrated, this project highlighted the importance of safety in the workplace, as well as cost-conscious decision-making by businesses.

Learn more about the Academy program by reading their newsletter, which is linked below.

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