Nursing school grad

Nursing school grad

Megan Adriaens, a 2018 Clarkston High School graduate, recently graduated from Siena Heights University in Adrian with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Pictured left is Theresa Adriaens, Megan’s mother, and at right Steve Adriaens, her father. Photo provided

Free school supplies

More than 1,200 TCC and Wireless Zone stores, including the location at 9725 Dixie Highway, are inviting local families July 31 from 1-4 p.m. to pick up a backpack filled with school supplies for the 2022-23 school year.

Go Blue, and Hoya Saxa, too

Go Blue, and Hoya Saxa, too

David A. Seaman, Clarkston High School Class of 2010, receives a warm congratulations from his sister Amy and mother Sally on April 30, following his graduation with distinction from the University of Michigan. Upon graduation, Seaman received the Osterweil Prize in Economics, awarded to the graduating senior with the highest achievement and the highest level […]

Success story

Success story

The results are in and Clarkston High School Class of 2022 graduate Joe Smothers is officially the sixth-best carpenter in the nation. He made CCS and Clarkston’s Construction Trade Program proud earlier this summer with a stellar performance in Atlanta at the USA Skills Competition in Carpentry. Advisors Adam Gorring and Neil Granlund (pictured) and […]

Robotics students rule seas in cardboard boats

Robotics students rule seas in cardboard boats

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Staff Writer Deer Lake Beach was full of excitement as Clarkston High School Team RUSH 27 Robotics students battled in cardboard and duct tape boats in the annual RUSH Regatta, July 9. “This actually was the most competitive regatta we have ever had,” said Coach Kyle Hughes. “The students […]

Duo shares excitement for cardboard, duct tape boat races

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Staff Writer Team RUSH 27 Robotics students are putting together the final pieces for their 15th Annual RUSH Regatta at Deer Lake Beach this Saturday, July 9. Two of their newest members senior Tallon Ansel and junior Charles Goodrich shared their experiences so far and what they are excited […]

Scholarships for superior students

Scholarships for superior students

The Clarkston Farm and Garden Club presented four scholarships to graduating seniors from Clarkston High School and Everest Collegiate at the recent scholarship picnic. From left, Brendan Collica (University of South Carolina), Madison Godfrey (Michigan State University), Sophia Tadavich (Michigan State), and Nathaniel Beggs (Princeton University). The club has given scholarship to support college educations […]

New principal at junior high

By Matt Mackinder Clarkston News Editor After Adam Kern stepped down as principal at Clarkston Junior High School in May, John Bennink took over for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year on an interim basis. In an email to CJHS families last week, Clarkston Community Schools Superintendent Dr. Shawn Ryan announced he is recommending […]

College achievements

Luke Staniszewski of Clarkston, has been named to Western Michigan University’s Winter 2022 Dean’s list. *** Samantha Moyet, of Clarkston, just finished her first year at SCAD (Savannah (Ga.) College of Art and Design) made the Dean’s List all three quarters.  Full-time undergraduate students who achieve a GPA of 3.5 or higher during a quarter […]

Clarkston schools to benefit from new state mental health funding

Clarkston schools to benefit from new state mental health funding

By Matt Mackinder Clarkston News Editor Earlier this month, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed House Bill 6012, a bipartisan bill that makes an historic investment in school safety by fully funding risk assessments and critical incidence mapping to help protect students and create safety plans in the event of an emergency. The legislation also fully funds […]

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