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Clapham Blog

Alumni Interview Series: J.D. Parker

J.D. graduated from Clapham School in 2018. He shares with us what he has been doing since then, what's next, and how the Lord used his years at Clapham to shape and prepare him.

Class of 2021 Graduation

The class of 2021 recently celebrated their graduation on June 4. Here are some of the highlights.

Alumna Highlight: Shannon Egan

Shannon Egan was part of the second class of Clapham's Upper School. After attending Clapham School for five years, she moved to St. Louis where she completed high school. She is currently attending Wheaton College and will graduate in May . We...

The Good Soil Study

Last year at our Spring Curriculum Night, Mr. Barney presented the results of the Good Soil Study, a comparative study showing the life outcomes of a classical Christian education. The study was conducted by the University of Notre Dame's Sociology...

Miss Richmann's Return: An Alumna Who Returned as a Teacher's Aide

Editor's Note: We have been so excited to have one of our former students return during a break from college to serve as a Teacher's Aide here at Clapham School. I taught Betsy Richmann when she was in Class Seven. Imagine how thoroughly fulfilling...

Alumnus Highlight: J.D. Parker

J.D. Parker was part of the first class of Clapham's Upper School to attend all four years. He is currently attending Cedarville University, where he is a Junior. We caught up with J.D. to find out how his time at Clapham School helped shape him for...

The Lasting Impact of a Clapham Education

I would like to share with you some insights that I have gained about Clapham School over the years that I have been involved at this school. I have the benefit of having two perspectives: first as a parent and now as a teacher’s aide.

Spring Curriculum Night: Good Soil Study and Technology Talk

On April 23rd Clapham School conducted its first ever virtual Curriculum Night live through Zoom. If you weren't able to make it, you can watch the video here.