Through road trips, family dinners, service activities, sports, and much more, you form close bonds with classmates that last through college and beyond.
As Clarkson School students, you are ready for college. Academically, socially, and emotionally – you are ready to live in a community and embark on an early college adventure together. The Clarkson School Student and Family Handbook is a resource that can provide you detailed information on the Clarkson School experience including but not limited to all of our policies, expectations, and resources.
As Clarkson School students you are college students. You should possess a great deal of responsibility, as throughout each day bells do not ring between classes and parents do not wake you up in the morning. If you take 15 college credit hours, it means you are in class for at least 15 hours each week, and you have to balance the other hours with study time and activities such as clubs, sports, professional organizations, meals, recreation and of course, sleep. Many students also spend time learning about other colleges and universities for the years after The Clarkson School. Our students are often involved in community and church activities, and some even have jobs. Hours are also spent in discussions with other fellow Clarkson School students solving problems of the world.