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Clapham Blog

College Info Night - Video Session 1 - Honors College Guest Speaker

Clapham School seeks to support our students and parents on their college search journey. We kick off our college guidance each year with College Info Night. In case you missed this year's event, here is a video of the first session.



National Latin Exam Results 2020

The Latin program at Clapham School has a unique structure that starts early and builds students slowly to a high level of competency with an uncommon breadth of vocabulary. From the earliest grades we use a challenging text all in Latin that was...

In Honor of a Distinguished Scholar: Senior Story

As Clapham parents, we put our confidence in a private, classical Christian school because at a gut level, we have the sense that this type of education will best shape our children for their future ahead, not only in their academic capabilities,...

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. 

20 Skills Every High Schooler Should Master Before Leaving Your Home

Twelve years of formal schooling and maybe an additional two for Preschool and Kindergarten, and suddenly you come face to face with sending your child off to college. Is he prepared? Will she succeed? In a sense, every moment since birth has led...

A Principled Approach to College Planning



There are thousands of colleges to choose from in the United States. When you include trade schools, community colleges, international universities and gap year programs, the number of options can be overwhelming. Where should students and...

Announcing Clapham School's  Upper School

A New Kind of College Prep


Clapham School announces the opening of Class Nine for the 2012-13 school year. Applications are now being accepted for spaces in a high school program which is unavailable anywhere else in the surrounding area.