Our dedicated staff and supportive community enable our school corporation to offer a variety of educational opportunities and extracurricular activities for our students. We are the smallest of the three public school districts in Clark County with an enrollment of approximately 1400 students located in four school buildings. The Clarksville Schools strive to serve the educational needs of a diverse group of students. We are part of a county wide Special Education Cooperative, and our high school students can participate in the Prosser Area Vocational Program. Clarksville is proud to be the home school Corporation of the famous General George Rogers Clark. Clarksville is also the site of the beginning of Lewis and Clark Expedition. The Clarksville Schools are presently working to implement statewide curriculum standards that have been acclaimed to be some of best in the nation, and we are working toward aligning these standards with classroom practice. We are proud of our history, students, and staff. Please contact this office or any of our school buildings if you have questions about services or programs that we offer for the young people of this community. It is the policy of Clarksville Community School Corporation not to discrimination the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, limited English proficiency, or handicapping condition in its programs or employment policies as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act ( I.C. 22-9.1 ), Title VI and Title VII ( Civil Rights Act of 1964 ), the Equal Pay Act of 1973, Title IX ( Educational Amendments ), and Section 504 ( Rehabilitation Act of 1973 ). Any concerns with regard to Section 504/ADA and Title IX, may be directed to the attention of, Dr. Kimberly Knott, Superintendent of Schools, 200 Ettel Lane, IN 47129 Clarksville, Phone 812 282-7753.