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  • Senior Receives Robert F. Kennedy High School Journalism Award

    Clayton High School senior Gwyneth Henke recalls her recent phone conversation with Ethel Kennedy, widow of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, as “surreal” and “amazing.” Kennedy was calling Henke to congratulate the CHS senior for being selected as a recipient of the prestigious Robert F. Kennedy High School Journalism Award. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • Business Idea Sets Junior on Path to Entrepreneurship

    Clayton High School junior Sung Hyun (Peter) Kim was rewarded for his innovative thinking and entrepreneurial skills at the finals of the Independent Youth 30-Day Entrepreneurship Challenge held on Saturday, April 18, at the City Museum. Kim earned second place in the competition and a $1,000 cash prize to help start his business. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.

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  • Students Gain Greater Understanding of Shakespeare

    Clayton High School students took their literary understanding of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and put it into action on Tuesday, April 21. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.

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  • Junior Earns Young Artists’ Showcase Award

    Clayton High School sculpture student Tyler Gillam has earned the Joanne Stremsterfer Annual Prize at the St. Louis Artists' Guild’s Emerson Young Artists' Showcase for his cardboard construction piece, Filling Station. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • Partnership Prompts New Perspectives on Shapes

    The artists in the Family Center’s Blue and Orange Rooms and at Clayton High School have been collaborating this semester on their study of shapes. Click on the headline to read the article and view photos.

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  • CHS Community Spruces Up Campus

    Clayton High School students, families and staff took part in the annual Spring Beautification Day on Saturday, April 11. Volunteers spent the morning sprucing up their school’s campus by spreading mulching and pulling weeds near the school’s Greyhound entrance and on the quad.

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  • 25th Annual Arts Fair Filled with Fun Memories

    Nearly 600 Clayton High School students hosted more than 200 Special School District “buddies” for the 25th annual Arts Fair held on Thursday, April 9. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.

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  • Science Fair is District-Wide Celebration of Learning

    Clayton students, families and community members convened at Clayton High School on Saturday, March 28, for the District's annual Science Fair. Elementary and middle school science projects were on display at the event for attendees to view and for judging. In addition, Clayton High School students hosted fun, hands-on science activities. Click on the headline to view the Science Fair participants from each school and photos.

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    EOC Testing Takes Place 4-20 through 2-24

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  • Students Bring Home Knowledge, Awards from J-Day

    Forty-three Clayton High School journalism students brought home awards from the Missouri Interscholastic Press Association’s J-Day held on Wednesday, April 8, at the University of Missouri-Columbia. During the event, students had the opportunity to attend four educational breakout sessions on a variety of topics alongside their peers from across the state. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • CHS Students Excel at Chemistry Olympiad

    Fourteen Clayton High School students earned awards for their performance on the American Chemical Society’s 2015 Regional Chemistry Olympiad held on March 13-14. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • Yearbooks are on sale for the final time this year.

    Yearbooks are on sale for the final time this year. We have a limited number of copies remaining for pre-order.

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  • Driver's Ed-Summer 2015

    Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 Summer session.

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  • Students Selected for College-Level Drawing and Painting Workshop

    Five Clayton High School artists have been selected for Fontbonne University’s Young Artists Weekend Workshop. Senior Mikayla Johnson, junior Justin McKenney and sophomores Dima Baldauf, Grant Friesen and Alivia Jacobs are participating in the college-level drawing and painting experience. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • Two DECA Members Advance to International Competition

    Two Clayton High School students have advanced to the International DECA Competition following their success at the State DECA Competition held on March 15-17 in the Lake of the Ozarks. Junior Victoria Yi took first place in the Principles of Marketing event, while junior Cody Rummerfield was named a Leadership Delegate. Click on the headline to learn more.

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  • Globe Newsmagazine Earns Second Gold Crown Award

    Clayton High School’s Globe Newsmagazine is now a two-time winner of one of high school journalism’s most prestigious awards: the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s (CSPA) Gold Crown Award. The Globe was one of only 13 newspapers from across the country to earn the CSPA’s highest honor this year in the High School Newspaper category. Click on the headline to learn more.

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