The Clark Chronicle was the newspaper produced by the Anderson W. Clark Magnet High School Publications class from 1999-2014. The student Editorial Board made decisions about content in order to create an open public forum of ideas. The entire student body and staff received the paper free of charge. The main purpose of the Chronicle was to entertain and inform the student body on topics of relevance at school, in the community, and in the world.
The Chronicle was published approximately once each month and was distributed free of charge to all students and staff at Clark. Most articles in the newspaper are available on-line; however, back issues are available for $2 (includes postage). Please contact Chris Davis at 818.248.8324 to order a particular issue.
The Chronicle began as an after-school club in January 1999 and published its first issue April 1, 1999. In September 2000, Clark formed a Publications class where both the yearbook and journalism students help produce the school newspaper. In 2002, the Chronicle received a gold medalist certificate from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. In May 2014, the Chronicle published its final issue. In the fall of 2014, the Publications class began a new magazine publication to replace the newspaper.
To read our school newspaper on the web, visit our website.