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A high school student smiles during a Positive You presentation in the library.
A student receives a fist bump from a teacher during a class at the high school.
Senior Matt Chang gives a thumbs-up sign during the graduation ceremony on the football field of the high school.
A student smiles and flashes the peace sign during the homecoming pep rally at the high school.
A student in Ms. Spriggs' classroom shares a laugh with fellow students.
Two girls flash the peace sign in the hallway outside of the library at Clintondale High School.

Clintondale Values

Dragon Pride

Chart a lifetime of intellectual curiosity and forge lifelong relationships as part of our small community at Clintondale Community Schools!


We set higher standards for students, measuring their learning goals, and then providing incentives in the form of rewarding achievement in an effort to ensure all students are getting a good education and tax dollars aren’t wasted.


Each grade level has specific standards that educators must teach. Achievement is assessed through frequent progress and comprehension checks and examinations, however, there is no consensus on how it is best evaluated.


Clintondale Schools encompasses the administrators, teachers, and staff; the students who attend our schools and their parents and families; and local residents and organizations that have a stake in our district's success.


The plan is to provide personalized resources needed for all students to reach common goals. The goals and expectations are the same for all, but the supports needed to achieve those goals depends on the students’ individual needs.


Hard Work

At Clintondale Schools, students are trying their best, giving 100% effort in every grade, on every day, in every class, and utilizing all their resources in order to achieve the goals established by the district's exceptional teachers and staff.

Upcoming Events

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High School News

What’s Happening

Families stream into the football stadium for an enrollment event.

In Clintondale, parents and guardians will have an opportunity to enroll their students on August 15, 16, and 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Board President Beverly Lewis-Moss smiles wears a mask during an outside enrollment rally at Clintondale High School.

Clintondale Board president Beverley Lewis-Moss has graduated from the FBI Citizens Academy program in Detroit.

Two blow-up bounce houses are set up on the football field at Clintondale High School.

Clintondale families are invited to attend the annual Back to School Night Kickoff on Tuesday, August 16, from 6-8 p.m.

A student and her mom sit at a table during an award ceremony.

Clintondale Schools will receive an increase of $450 in state aid for each FTE. Clintondale will now receive $9,150 per student.

Our Amazing Schools

Clintondale Cares

Why Clintondale

hear from our exceptional educators

High school teacher Rob Dameron walks through the gymnasium before graduation.

“I love the connection with the students. I love coming to work knowing I am making a difference. Your child will not be left behind here at Clintondale.”

Rob Dameron, English Teacher, Clintondale High School

Teacher Elizabeth Driscoll speaks to a parent during the school day.

“I would tell any parent wanting to enroll their student with us that we give our students the support and encouragement they need to succeed. We are willing to help our students academically and emotionally to believe in themselves, and to achieve their high school diploma.”

Elizabeth Driscoll, Alternative Education Teacher

English teacher Julie Shier walks in the hallway at Clintondale High School.

“In my 22 years at Clintondale, I have met and worked with or taught some of the most amazing, caring, and supportive people around. Clintondale is a welcoming, supportive, and accepting place with the most amazing group of people working here, who will routinely do everything in their power to help their students grow and thrive.”

Julie Shier, English/Journalism Teacher, Clintondale High School