Admissions

Admissions 2017-18

Admission Requirements:

Students must meet the following minimum requirements to be eligible for admission to the Clark Advanced Learning Center.

  1. Be a resident of Martin County.    Upon acceptance, supporting documentation of parent/guardian residency within Martin County, FL, will be required.
  2. Be classified as a high school sophomore, junior, or senior.*
  3. Have a minimum unweighted GPA of 2.0 (entering seniors must have a minimum unweighted GPA of 2.5.)
  4. Earned one credit in Algebra 1 with a grade of C or higher in each semester and passing score on End Of Course (EOC) exam.
  5. Attained at least minimum passing scores, as established by the State of Florida, on the 9th and/or 10th grade Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) English/Language Arts assessments.
  6. Complete the application and provide a 300 word (minimum) essay on “Why I want to attend the Clark Advanced Learning Center”.
  7. For students who attend a non-MCSD (Martin County School District) school, parents must request the records (official transcripts and report cards) be sent to Clark.  The application will only be considered once all records are received and reviewed

All students must meet criteria for admission.

Homeschool and Private School students:  Contact Clark Assessment Coordinator at 772-419-5758 to register for the required Florida Standards Assessments, Algebra 1 End of Course Exam (EOC) and/or the TABE test for Reading and Writing. All students must attain at least a Level 3 (passing/satisfactory) score, as established by the State of Florida, on the 9th and/or 10th grade Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) English/Language Arts assessments, and Algebra 1 EOC.

 

*Minimum high-school credits required for grade level:

10th grade:  5 credits (1 English credit, 1 credit Algebra 1, and at least 2 credits in academic areas such as, math, science, social studies, and/or foreign languages)

11th grade: 11 credits

12th grade: 18 credits

Clark Advanced Learning Center
2400 S.E. Salerno Rd, Stuart, FL 34997
Phone (772) 419-5750 Fax (772) 419-5760
www.ClarkAdvancedLearningCenter.org

Conditional decision letters will be mailed beginning in April to the address provided on your application. The application window for the 2017-18 school year admissions is November 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018. 

Florida Statute 1002.33(10)(b)ELIGIBLE STUDENTS: The charter school shall enroll an eligible student who submits a timely application, unless the number of applications exceeds the capacity of a program, class, grade level, or building. In such case, all applicants shall have an equal chance of being admitted through a random selection process.

All students who do not receive a spot through the random selection/lottery process will be assigned a number in order for the waitlist.  If space becomes available, students will be notified accordingly.

 

 

Clark students enjoy the advantages of:

  • a small school setting with highly personalized attention.
  • earning college credits for FREE.
  • receiving FREE use of a laptop computer while enrolled.

Celebrating the national model high school’s record of success:

  • Clark Advanced Learning Center is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – the most prestigious accreditation available to high schools.
  • Clark is an “A” graded school based on the State of Florida state standardized test scores.
  • Over 35% of students are members of the National Honor Society.
  • The average student graduates with at least 43 college credits earned through Dual Enrollment.
  • Highly motivated students graduate with Associate Degrees, ready to start university studies as a junior.
  • Clark students have won Joe Kordick Character Awards, Palm Beach and Martin County Pathfinder Scholar Awards, and MCSD Outstanding Youth Volunteers Awards.
  • Students have participated in the National Congressional Youth Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.
  • Seniors complete business internships, and several students have been hired by their internship employers.

Accreditation

A national model school, Clark Advanced Learning Center is a public charter high school for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students emphasizing the interaction of technology in instruction and Dual Enrollment opportunities. Students attend free of charge for both high school and college courses, and are eligible for Florida Bright Futures and other scholarships. Clark Advanced Learning Center is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.