How to Apply
Clear View High School began more than 20 years ago as the Alternative Learning Center for CCISD. Since that time it has undergone many changes and continues to grow and improve every year. It is now the first of two district charter schools, with Clear Horizons Early College High School being the other and enrolls CCISD students in grades 9 – 12.
We provide small classes (a maximum of 12 students in all core academic classes), excellent teachers, innovative instruction, extra tutoring, opportunities for remedial work and credit recovery, reduced homework, less distractions, excellent technology, programs which lead to job certifications in the areas of health care and cosmetology and a support system to help with other issues that can make the school years difficult. Through smaller classes and individualized attention, students feel connected to an academic community that emphasizes success as its top priority. Clear View is a place to begin, belong and become.
CVHS is selective about student enrollment. Students must apply and if admitted, both parent and student must commit to higher standards.
First, the student and parent complete the online application using the link below. The application is then reviewed by CVHS staff, making sure that the students' needs can best be served by our campus, that the student is really interested in making a change and that the student has acceptable discipline and attendance.
Students who qualify are notified and invited to attend a personal interview. Final acceptance is determined by the campus principal. Students are admitted on a space available basis at each 9-week grading period. If there are no openings, the student will be placed on a waiting list and parents will be notified.
My name is Monica Speaks, principal at Clear View High School. I am honored to serve Tiger Nation and facilitate the education, known for transforming lives and preparing students for their bright futures.
I came into education 22 years ago with a drive to be a support system for students who are at-risk or those who've lost their way through challenges outside of their control. At Clear View, this one-on-one attention is possible for your child through individualized instruction and smaller class sizes.
Our teachers, counselors and staff all share this same mantra, focusing not only on academia, but the child's social and emotional needs.
We strive every day to provide a safe and reassuring relational-based environment for all students and hope to have the opportunity to do the same for your child!