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Pathways to Success at  Roberto Clemente Community Academy
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Pathways to Success at Roberto Clemente Community Academy

Even though we have just begun the current school year, our efforts to recruit next year’s freshman class, the Class of 2023, have begun. With a dedicated team of Clemente staff and students, we are actively attending high school fairs around the city to share our story with students, parents, and the teachers and counselors...

Roberto Clemente High School and LaSalle II Magnet School  Join Forces
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Roberto Clemente High School and LaSalle II Magnet School Join Forces

This year in the local community, a new partnership has formed. For the first time in our history, Roberto Clemente High School and LaSalle II Magnet School have joined forces. Every morning, nine 8th grade students from LaSalle II Magnet School are experiencing what it’s like to be a Clemente Wildcat in Mr. Kuch’s Integrated...

Give 3k Food Drive
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Give 3k Food Drive

Understanding one of the needs of my community inspired my desire to give back through the founding of the Give 3k food drive and charity at Roberto Clemente Community Academy. During conversations with classmates three years ago, I learned that many families in Humboldt Park don’t have enough food. Hearing this, I turned an assignment...

CLEMENTE VS De La Salle Institute 10-12-2018
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CLEMENTE VS De La Salle Institute 10-12-2018

On Friday October 12th, the Clemente Wildcats boys Varsity soccer team faced off against the Meteors from De La Salle Institute in the IHSA Regional Quarterfinal playoff game. Clemente began the game in a defensive approach, allowing De La Salle to keep possession for the first 20 minutes of the game.  The Meteors were able...

The Map Project
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The Map Project

The seniors and juniors in Mr. Hoover’s AP Human Geography class believed that they knew maps pretty well before the class began. They had been using them for years, from Google Maps to actual atlas, students knew that they were familiar with maps. However, within the first two weeks in APHG, students found out that...