The Clark Magnet High School yearbook, the Pantera, is produced by the Publications Class at Clark. The book was first produced in 1999 as a record of the school's opening year as a high school and has continued to be produced each year since then.
The yearbook is a record of the student body life during the school year as captured by the students themselves. The book is entirely student-conceived and produced. All students and staff members are encouraged to submit stories and photos from the school year, though the staff does not guarantee that all photos and stories will appear in the book.
The book is sold throughout the school year and is distributed a week or two before school ends. Click here to find out more about how to pre-order the yearbook. To work on the yearbook you must be a part of the Publications class. The deadline for applying for the 2019-2020 class has passed. If you are still interested in being in the class, see Mr. Davis in room 1329.
Questions about the yearbook? Please contact the advisor, Mr. Davis.
Phone: (818) 248-8324, ext. 1330 (between 1:30-3:00 p.m.)