CLEARVIEW REGIONAL (15-0870)

The Clearview Regional High School District serves 2,550 students in grades 7 through 12 from Harrison and Mantua townships. The community represents many occupational levels including executive, professional, skilled labor and farming.
The educational program offers each student opportunities to study in the areas that match their interest and level of academic ability. The district provides a curriculum which prepares students for admission to prestigious colleges and universities, while also preparing them to meet their civic and social responsibilities. The district is committed to providing our students with an educational program that builds the skills and attitudes for leading productive and rewarding lives. Teachers, support staff, Board members and administrators work collaboratively to implement the best educational program available. A key to our ongoing success has been the high level of parent participation. We continue to encourage the parents of our students to take an active role in their student’s educational experience.

This Report Card will provide you with some statistical information about our schools; however, it does not represent all of what the Clearview Regional District offers to our students and communities. We take great pride in the many achievements and accomplishments of our students. Their diversified backgrounds, needs, abilities, and interests enable us to feature a variety of excellent educational opportunities and programs in the humanities, sciences, arts, and technology.

Our primary mission is to raise the level of academic achievement and behavior of our students. We feel strongly that our students must be challenged to perform at a high academic level and we are determined to strive for continued success. I assure you we are committed to being a premier district that will be a source of pride for the entire school community.

On behalf of our Board of Education, students, staff, and administration, I thank the residents of Harrison Township and Mantua Township for their ongoing support of our programs.

Mr. John Horchak III
(856) 223-2765