Tour Our Schools During Bridging Week!

Greater Clark County Schools will host “Bridging Week” April 2nd through April 6th to allow current and future parents the opportunity to tour our schools! Parents will have the opportunity to get a true sense of the school day and speak with the principal about their school. Appointments must be made in advance (see contact information below).

Greater Clark County Schools is a Ford Next Generation Learning district, providing small learning communities of students and teachers that enable students to explore areas of interest; find their passion; and develop their critical thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration skills. Students enrolled in Greater Clark County Schools receive a foundation of PRIDE© and work ethic skills on which to build academic achievement and career/experiential learning.

The district offers a one-to-one computer initiative for grades 3-12, a nationally recognized Advanced Placement program, and a fully funded ACT college testing program. 98% of our students are accepted to a post-secondary opportunity, with our 2017 graduates earning 8,387 dual credits and $7.8 million in scholarships.

Elementary Schools

Bridgepoint Elementary
(812) 288-4858
Jonathan Jennings Elementary (Grades 3-5)
(812) 256-7284
Maple Elementary
(812) 288-4860
New Washington Elementary
(812) 293-3331
Northaven Elementary
(812) 288-4865
Parkwood Elementary
(812) 945-2387
Pleasant Ridge Elementary (Grades PreK-2)
(812) 256-7286
Riverside Elementary
(812) 288-4868
Spring Hill Elementary
(812) 288-4874
Thomas Jefferson Elementary
(812) 288-4855
Utica Elementary
(812) 288-4878
Wilson Elementary
(812) 288-4888

Middle Schools

Charlestown Middle School
(812) 256-6363
New Washington Middle/High School
(812) 293-3368
Parkview Middle School
(812) 288-4844
River Valley Middle School
(812) 288-4848

High Schools

Charlestown High School
(812) 256-3328
Jeffersonville High School
(812) 282-6601
New Washington Middle/High School
(812) 293-3368

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