R. C. Clark High School is amazing; they offer a ton of different varieties of clubs, activities, and more. And what's great is their Cougar Chow; a great way to spend time during lunch for an hour with your friends outside where you can buy food from different vendors such as Taco Bueno, Mooyah, and more. The teachers and staff are very kind and helpful whenever you need something, and can be firm whenever needed in the classroom. The school itself after the remodeling looks great, as well. The cafeterias are large, the classrooms are large enough to hold around 30 people, and the school itself holds only 2 grades with an immense amount of people. The school also has more freedom than others (I would believe). Most schools would not allow for outside drinks and backpacks to be brought to class. This school by far is the greatest one I've attended.
My Brother, Sister and I are all former students. Good Teaching staff, but crowded student to teacher ratio. Worst of all, a lot of gangs and drugs are easily bought and sold before, during and after school. Just drive by after school gets out and you easily spot the gangs.
This is a good school if your child is in advanced academic classes or in need of special education classes. If your child is an average student, this is not the place to be. Average students tend to get lost in the shuffle here. Many of the teachers here are neat, dynamic people who enjoy teaching. Unfortunately, there are also teachers here who have been at this school for decades and are still giving the exact same quizzes and tests that they have been giving for decades - no originality, no creativity, no changing with the times.
I have a daughter that attends Clark High School. I think that Clark High School gives students a great experiance in all academics. The teachers make sure that the parents are involved and know what's going on in the classrooms.