Students attending Clark Advanced Learning Center can participate in various clubs, activities, and sports.  Extracurricular activities can help students build new skills, talents, friendships, character, and interpersonal and leadership skills highly sought after by many colleges and career fields.

Interested in community service?  Join Clark's Keystone Club sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club of Martin County, UNICEF Club, or Rotary’s Interact Club.   In addition, our High School National Honor Society is active in Relay for Life, Adopt a Road, and many other community events, while Science National Honor Society help with beach clean ups and compete in Science Olympiad.

Excited about a particular academic area?  Become a part of the Math Club, Computer Club, Writing Club, Art Club, or Performance Club.  If you're interested in building your leadership skills, run for office in our Student Government Association (SGA) or join one of the many school committees, such as Prom Planning or Pledge to Vote.  Many students are also eligible to join organizations established by Indian River State College.  Every year, Clark students have been active in the Community College honor society, Phi Theta Kappa.

Are you an athlete?  Clark students are able to participate in sports programs offered at Martin County high schools.  Just contact your zoned school to sign up for football, soccer, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf, bowling, swimming, volleyball, field and track, cross county, and more!  Contact Clark for information about sailing and rowing.




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