George Rogers Clark Elementary School
Integrating Fine Arts and Technology Throughout the Curriculum
Dr. Felicia Stewart, Principal 1045 S. Monitor Ave. Chicago, IL 60644
(773) 534-6225 Phone (773) 534-6278 Fax
 All About Clark
The George Rogers Clark School is one of the Chicago Public Schools in Cluster 2, Area 3. The school is small with just less than 400 students. Clark’s grade levels range from Pre-Kindergarten to Eighth Grade. Additionally, the school provides programs for autistic and physically handicapped children. The original school building, built in 1927, was the smallest in the Chicago Public Schools with just six classrooms. An annex was opened in September 1996 providing a library, gymnasium, lunchroom, science lab, computer lab and ten additional classrooms. The building was made fully accessible as mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2003. We are named after George Rogers Clark, the older brother of William Clark (Lewis and Clark fame).

Clark is located on the west side of Chicago in the geographically isolated “Island” section of the Austin neighborhood. The “Island” is bordered by the Eisenhower Expressway, factories, and the Chicago city limits. We are part of the South Austin Magnet Cluster with an emphasis in Fine and Performing Arts and Technology Innovation. In addition to learning core subjects, arts and technology, our students have access to athletic activities and Saturday Enrichment Programs.