Through a now-viral TikTok, millions of people have been wowed by the tremendous facilities available at Carmel High School. What may have gone unnoticed or under-appreciated, however, is the success and purpose of the video's creator, Carmel DECA.
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We use the phrase digital safety at Carmel Clay Schools when we're talking about all of the ways we work to keep students, staff, and our community safe in the digital world.
Parents and guardians are invited on March 20 to the Math Materials Review Open House.
Our Clay Center Elementary Comets are going "nuts" for their One Book, One School event.
Clay Middle School teachers Steve Sturgis and Derek Dial were awarded a scholarship from Indiana’s Space Grant Consortium to attend the 2023 SEEC Conference at Space Center Houston.
A new publicly available tool for creating AI-generated text was recently released and will have widespread implications for society, including education. Parents of school-age children must be aware of these new tools and capabilities.
More than 50 Carmel High School seniors were named 2023 National Merit Finalists.
The Carmel Clay Schools' Equity and Inclusion initiatives have strengthened over the last two years, led by the efforts of Mrs. Terri Roberts-Leonard.
Through the Community Connections Series, we want to engage with residents who are looking to learn more about Carmel Clay Schools, whether you have students in the district or not.
Carmel High School is proud to announce that 23 seniors have been selected as candidates for the United Staes Presidential Scholars Program. This is more than twice the number of candidates from the previous year!
The research clearly states handwriting should be systematically and explicitly taught, beginning in kindergarten.
Professional development grows skills, resources, and confidence for classroom teaching. Carmel Clay Schools is committed to professional development for our educators to best serve the students of our district.
Beginning the 2023-2024 school year, several departments emphasizing hands-on learning and experiential education will now be within Polytechnic's programming framework.
Mr. Phil Lamie is retiring after 22 years of bringing art and culture to the students and community of Towne Meadow Elementary.
Congratulations to Carmel High School Bands Director Chris Kreke, who was selected to join Phi Beta Mu International Bandmasters' Fraternity Gamma Chapter.
The goal of our Strategic Plan is to provide the community with a blueprint to ensure all students are prepared for a successful future in this ever-changing world.
Congratulations to Creekside's Steven Pelych and Jessica Tubbs for this month's recognition.
CyberPatriot is a school-sponsored club open to all students. Many of the graduating seniors from last year's successful team went on to major in Cybersecurity in college.
Did you know that the brain is not wired to learn how to read? In recent years, what we know about how the brain acquires the skill of reading has evolved.