Clearview Regional High School has been recognized for excellence within the classroom and beyond. Our students have been admitted to some of the nations most prestigious colleges and universities. Many of our teachers and programs have been recognized by professional and business organizations. For example, one of our teachers was nominated for the prestigious secondary educators recognition awarded by Princeton University. The district also takes pride in our teachers of the year, educational support personnel of the year, and employees of the year. Our teachers compete for the state teacher recognition program. Our students earn various local, state, and national recognition such as the AP scholars program, Vocal Ensemble radio station recognition, and National Merit Scholars. Student programs receiving recognition also include the Students United for Respect and Equality (SURE) and Students-In-Action (SIA), which recently received the Gold Service Leadership Award.
|White|| 86% |
|Black|| 5% |
|Asian|| 4% |
|Hispanic|| 4% |
|American Indian or Native Alaskan|| 0% |
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander|| 0% |
|Multiracial|| 1% |
|Female|| 50.5% |
|Male|| 49.5% |
|Economically disadvantaged students|| 11% |
|Students with disabilities|| 13% |
|English learners|| 0% |
|Homeless students|| 1% |
|Students in foster care|| 0% |
|Military-connected students|| 0% |
|Migrant students|| 0% |
|Grade||Percent of total students||Students|
|9th Grade|| 25% ||358|
|10th Grade|| 26% ||380|
|11th Grade|| 23% ||334|
|12th Grade|| 26% ||372|
|Incidents per year|
|Harassment, intimidation, and bullying||6|
|Days absent||Percent of students|
|0 days|| 4% |
|1 to 5 days|| 32% |
|6 to 10 days|| 35% |
|11 to 15 days|| 15% |
|Over 15 days|| 15% |
|English|| 99.3% |
|Other|| 0.7% |
Learn more about Clearview Regional High School.
Clearview Regional High School aims to provide students with an education that is Developmentally Responsive, Challenging, Empowering, and Equitable. Our curriculum is exploratory in nature, integrative, and relevant. The school culture is safe, inclusive, and supportive of all. We believe firmly in student voice, and equip our students to apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies to real world issues.
Our academic program offers a variety of courses and services to meet the diverse needs of all of our students. We offer over 180 courses, including 19 designated as Advanced Placement, along with Honors and Advanced classes in all fields of study. In addition to the traditional offerings like English, Social Studies, Math, Science and World Languages, we offer a comprehensive program that provides students the opportunity to explore and/or excel in areas of talent and interest. Dual college credit is available in addition to college credits being awarded for successful performance on AP assessments and through dual credit agreements with Rowan College of South Jersey and Camden County College.
Baseball (Boys), Basketball (Boys & Girls), Cheerleading (Girls), Cross Country (Boys & Girls), Diving (Boys & Girls), Field Hockey (Girls), Football (Boys), Golf (Coed), Lacrosse (Boys & Girls), Soccer (Boys & Girls), Softball (Girls), Swimming (Boys & Girls), Tennis (Boys & Girls), Track and Field - Spring (Boys & Girls), Track and Field - Winter (Boys & Girls), Volleyball (Boys & Girls), Wrestling (Boys)
Our student clubs offer opportunities for students to pursue interests and showcase their talents, while organizations such as National Honor Society and Student Council offer opportunity to serve their school and community. The theater program attracts students who aspire to perform in one of the award-winning musical productions. Our Marching Band has success in local and regional competition. The Vocal and Wind Ensembles perform on the local, regional, national, and international stage.
In addition to extended day/year support programs, the district provides enrichment opportunities to all students. Numerous academic opportunities are provided by offering courses for credit, as well as numerous enrichment courses in academic and elective areas. Summer Math Camps are available to all interested high school students, providing transition and preparation for the rigors of high school.
The district is committed to ongoing, job-embedded professional development of all teachers, support staff, and administration, which is directly linked to the district goals, school goals, and professional development plan. Departments and individuals develop goals (which include a focus on school culture) that enhance the district goals. Staff receive training both in-district and out-of-district, including professional consultants, workshops (focus on data analysis), PLCÃ¢ÂÂs, online and on-demand modules, and motivational speakers. Our staff and administration also provide direct professional development to colleagues. We have very limited staff turnover and 65% of our staff members have advanced degrees (Masters/Doctorate). Many staff members are also college adjunct professors, further enabling them to prepare our students for college.
We are confident that our challenging and comprehensive College Preparatory Curriculum 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.
Intervention and Referral Services provide services to assist students who are experiencing learning, behavioral, or health difficulties. The district is committed to providing small-sized ELA and Math classes with two content-certified teachers providing daily instruction. In addition to the co-teaching model, identified students are also supported through the ICR classroom. ELL students are provided services according to state requirements for ELS (English Language Services) program. The district also has a contract with an outside counseling service company to provide ongoing emotional support within the school setting.
Student health and wellness is addressed on a daily basis through our Physical Education and Health classes. In addition, a district wide Health and Wellness Committee explores opportunities for both students and staff to engage in healthy activities and habits.
We are fortunate to have an extremely supportive community. Parents have a number of opportunities for direct involvement in the school, through the PrincipalÃ¢ÂÂs Parent-Teacher Organization/Advisory, the Vocal Ensemble ParentsÃ¢ÂÂ Organization, the Band ParentsÃ¢ÂÂ Association, the Parent Teacher Organization and Parent Coalition. The involvement and support of our parents is a critical component to the success of our students and our programs.
The districtÃ¢ÂÂs main priority is the safety of the students and staff! WeÃ¢ÂÂve developed and implemented plans/procedures for the protection of health, safety, security, and welfare of all stakeholders. The ongoing, high level of communication between the local law enforcement agencies enhances our ability to attain our security goals. The Memorandum of Agreement with the local police departments serves as our guiding document for all security matters. Our district complies with all state requirements for school security drills. More importantly, weÃ¢ÂÂve implemented several other security enhancements including the following: Dedicated School Resource Officers (SRO) in both schools, Hall Monitors, modified our entrances to limit building access and increase containment to a secured area, installed new digital cameras (interior and exterior) with an increased coverage area, installed Lobby Guard for background checks, and local police have a live view of all cameras.
Technology includes Chromebooks, Google apps, and many other interactive apps. Classrooms are equipped with interactive white boards and document readers. The high school includes a state of the art, professional Media lab, which produces View News daily. STEM classrooms provide cutting-edge technology tools including a plasma cutter, welder, 3D printers, and lab probes. The district offers all 7 College Board AP courses in Science, as well as 3 AP courses in Math including AP Statistics. The Physics 1st Science program provides AP Physics for 9th graders. A robust Anatomy & Physiology program is one of our most popular Science courses with students. STEM programs include CAD, Engineering/Architecture, Media, Culinary Arts, Accounting, Robotics, Video Game Design and Computer Science. Our Marketing program includes a DECA club that has won national awards. The district also boasts Robotics Clubs, a large Tech. Students Association, and participates in the NJ Science and Math Leagues
Clearview Regional is a comprehensive 9-12 college preparatory high school that serves the residents of Harrison and Mantua Townships. The student enrollment at Clearview is approximately 1,450 students, and our facilities provide 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 19 designated as Advanced Placement, along with Honors and Advanced offerings in all fields of study. 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 multiple levels of Accounting, Marketing and Global Logistics. The Technology Department has been recognized as an outstanding program in New Jersey, in which students receive instruction in Robotics, Video Game Design, Media, Computer Assisted Drafting/Design, Engineering and Architecture, Systems Technology and Computer Science. 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.