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Clearview Regional High School is a comprehensive 9-12 high school that serves the residents of Harrison and Mantua Townships. While the enclosed data summarizes information about students and staff, student performance on state and national assessments, and district resources, it does not provide the full picture of the outstanding programs and opportunities available to our students. The student enrollment at Clearview is approximately 1,560 students, and our facilities provide them with an excellent setting for academic, athletic, and extra-curricular programs.

Our academic program offers a variety of courses and services to meet the needs of all of our students, while providing them with the chance to pursue their own areas of interest. We offer over 180 courses, including 16 designated as Advanced Placement, along with Honors and advanced offerings in all fields of study. We currently have a Certified Program Articulation agreement with Rowan College at Gloucester County in the areas of business applications, networking, CAD and drafting. In addition to the traditional course offerings in English, Social Studies, Math, Science, World Languages, and Health and Physical Education, Clearview offers a comprehensive program that provides students the opportunity to explore and/or excel in areas of talent and interest. These areas include programs in Art, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Business Information Technology, Family and Consumer Sciences, and Technology Education. The Visual and Performing Arts Department offers students creative outlets with their award winning art, music and theater programs, and advanced courses such as Advanced Placement Music Theory, Vocal Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Honors Art III, and Honors Art IV and AP Studio Art. The Business Information program includes a variety of computer application courses, a networking course, and a retail laboratory. The Technology Department has been recognized as an outstanding program in New Jersey, where students receive instruction in Media, Computer Assisted Drafting/Design, Engineering and Architecture, and Systems Technology. Media students produce a daily television school news program and a weekly news features program for the local cable access channel. The Family and Consumer Sciences Department provides students with practical skills in areas such as gourmet foods, culinary arts, and child development. Students in the child development program operate the Little Pioneers Pre-School on campus as part of their classroom experience.

We are extremely proud of the achievements of our students. Each year, approximately ninety percent of our graduates from last year continued their education. Collectively, the members of the class of 2016 were awarded over 5 million dollars in grants and scholarships for their academic, athletic and extra-curricular accomplishments.

Our students not only excel academically, but also in athletics and extra-curricular activities. Our athletic teams were extremely competitive in the Tri–County, West Jersey, Olympic Conferences, Group IV Tournaments this past year, and a number of our student athletes received all-conference recognition for their achievements on the field, the court, and in the classroom as well. In addition to our varsity, junior varsity and freshman athletic teams, countless students participate in other co-curricular activities. Our student clubs offer a wide variety of opportunities for students to pursue their interests and showcase their talents, while organizations such as the National Honor Society and Student Council offer them the opportunity to serve their school and their community. The theater program attracts students who aspire to perform in one of the award-winning musical productions performed each spring, while the choral and instrumental music programs provide students with the opportunity to perform throughout the year. Our Marching Band continues to have great success in local and regional competition. The Vocale and Wind Ensembles regularly perform on the local, regional,
national, and international stage.

We are fortunate to have an extremely supportive community. Parents have a number of opportunities for direct involvement in the school, through the Principal’s Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), the Vocale Ensemble Parents’ Organization, the Band Parents’ Association, and the Project Prom Committee. The involvement and support of our parents is a critical component to the success of our students and our programs.

We are confident that our challenging and comprehensive program provides each individual student with the opportunity to select and prepare for various post-secondary and career options. Clearview Regional High School offers a safe and supportive learning environment, and an excellent professional staff that works in partnership with involved and supportive parents, giving our students an outstanding educational experience.

For more information, please contact us at 223-2790 or visit our website at www.clearviewregional.edu.