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Clariden wins US Super Stem 2017

Clariden Wins US Super STEM Architecture Division Competition

Clariden’s middle school and high school team’s “Tiny House” project met the specific criteria for the architectural division of the United States Super STEM Competition. Students built tiny houses to scale. This was a very challenging project that incorporated design, art, construction, and mathematical concepts. We’re incredibly proud of the…

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Published poet

Clardien Student Becomes a Published Author

Last spring, Clariden high school students submitted poems to The America Library of Poetry 2015 Student Poetry Contest. We are pleased to announce that Terril Tyson’s poem “Reflecting” has been chosen for publication in a new poetry book entitled, “Eloquence”. We all know Terril as a great student, student…

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Embry-Riddle University Visits Clariden

In September, Clariden welcomed David Hernandez from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Mr. Hernandez noticed our school at the 2014 TARC competition, contacted our administration and requested the opportunity to speak to Clariden students. Embry-Riddle is known as the world’s largest fully accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace. A non-profit independent institution, it offers students over 70 baccalaureate, master’s…

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