They're all here for different reasons. Some made a concerted choice to follow a different path. Some had dreams of what life could be, and traditional school got in the way. Still others needed a second chance, or an opportunity to move at their own pace. For most Renaissance High School students, a combination of these things is true. Our students are driving an educational revolution. They learn at the time, place, path, and pace that enable them to be successful. They've discovered their potential and built their dreams. Now they've also found the way to get there. There is an alternative.
Almost two weeks before school starts, a school bus is already out and about. But it's carrying teachers instead of students. Clarkston Community Schools is welcoming 29 new teachers this year. The tour of the district is part of their week-long orientation.
It's a great time to work for Clarkston Community Schools! The district, which employs more than 1,000 faculty and staff on its 12 school campuses, is now hiring for several positions with newly increased pay scales (approved by the CCS Board of Education on July 9).
Clarkston Community Schools Account Supervisor Healther Carignan was recently awarded a 2018 Emerging School Business Leaders Scholarship from The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO).
On July 9, the Clarkston Community Schools Board of Education approved key administrative leadership changes designed to advance the district's mission, vision, and goals.
Welcome back! The first half-day of school for all students is Monday, August 27. For your convenience, we have compiled important dates in this handy Back-to-School Guide.
Calling all graduates of the Clarkston High School Class of 1968! Join us for your 50th Reunion weekend in Clarkston!
Clarkston Area Optimist Club scholarships recently awarded four $1,000 scholarships to Clarkston students.
Elementary Learning Feedback Documents for elementary school students are now available to access through your ParentVUE account.
Sixth graders at Sashabaw Middle School put their Wolf Day to good use on Wednesday, June 6, tying blankets for children and adults with cancer.