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Clark Advanced Learning Center to Hold Information Sessions in February

Clark Advanced Learning Center to Hold Information Sessions in February

December 8, 2022 Jon Pine

STUART, FL—Clark Advanced Learning Center, an “A-Rated” public charter school serving 250 students in Martin County, will hold Information Sessions for prospective students on Wednesday, February 1, and Thursday, February 2, starting at 6:00 p.m.

2021 Clark Graduation

2021 graduation ceremonies at Clark Advanced Learning Center.

Located at the Indian River State College (IRSC) Chastain Campus, 2400 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart, the Clark Advanced Learning Center operates through a partnership with the Martin County School District. The Clark is a top-ranked high school on the Treasure Coast and has been designated a School of Excellence, based on Florida’s high school grading system. The high-performing high school provides a small school learning environment for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors with diverse interests, aptitudes, and goals.

Students have the opportunity to earn college credits for free while pursuing their high school diplomas, through dual enrollment at IRSC. This represents a savings of at least $3,000 at a public university and up to $20,000 at a private university. Highly motivated students may complete their Associate’s Degree while still in high school, then either enter the workforce or transfer to college as a junior.

In addition to academic achievement, Clark students are active in a wide variety of community service projects and participate in business internships. Providing first-hand experiences, the internships connect learning to students’ goals for the future.

About the Clark Advanced Learning Center

Located on the Chastain Campus of Indian River State College in Martin County, Clark Advanced Learning Center earned an “A” rating for the 14th year in a row in 2022 from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE). Clark is in the top 20 of nearly 500 high schools in Florida, according to U.S. News and World Report. Clark students begin their high school educations at a Martin County public high school to complete ninth grade or transfer from private schools, virtual school, or a home school education, then transfer to Clark for Grades 10 through 12. They are free to participate in sports or other extracurricular activities at one of the district high schools. For more information, call 772-419-5750 or visit

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