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This recolored photo from the CLAMO yearbook shows what the school looked like long before today's students were here. We take a deeper look at what the school used to look like through profiling nearly 50 graduates in this story.

Those Who Came Before Us

With the school board examining what the ideal "Profile of a Clayton Graduate" should be, the Globe profiles some of CHS's most outstanding graduates.
Globe Staff March 15, 2019

Foreword Dr. Sean Doherty, Superintendent Start with the end in mind. In the development of our Clayton curricula, we use an approach called Backward Design or Understanding by Design. The fundamental...

Living in 63105, the zip code corresponding to the city of Clayton, brings many financial benefits purely from being in an area of accumulated wealth.

63105: The Gilded Zip Code

63105: The Gilded Zip CodeMichael Bernard, Jacob LaGesse, Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Anna Sturmoski and Lila TaylorEvery August, a new class of Sperry-stepping, Patagonia-sporting...

The Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. commemorates the 16th president, who famously stated

A House Divided

In the latest cover story, the Globe explores the political climate of Clayton and the US surrounding many current issues of debate, such as climate change, the Trump administration, Brett Kavanaugh's...

Why Do We Still Play Football?

Why Do We Still Play Football?

All videos included in this story are segments of GET Episode 3, a video edition of this cover story produced by Sean Kim and Michael Melinger, members the Greyhound News Network and Video Production...

What would a school look like if it was designed with human biology and best learning practices in mind?

A More Perfect School

What would a school look like if it was designed with human biology and best learning practices in mind?

“A More Perfect School...” What would a school look like if it was designed with human biology and best learning practices in mind? According to the leading minds in educational and learning research,...

The Globe welcomes the new faculty of Clayton high school in our latest cover story.

Welcome to the Doghouse

September 6, 2018

The Globe welcomes the new faculty at Clayton High School with a Q&A about their teaching career, plans for the future, and more! Click on a teacher's profile below to learn more.

The Trafficking Crisis

The Trafficking Crisis

It’s been 150 years since the Emancipation Proclamation, and slavery seems like an antiquated relic of the past. Yet, even in a country that claims to have eradicated the slave system, some individuals are forced to suffer lives of sexual servitude.

Me Too.

Me Too.

With the bright lights of the #MeToo movement blaring down on society, voices across the world have been empowered to regain their agency, as well as to expose the underlying causes for the systemic and endemic problem of sexual assault and harassment. The Globe offers itself as a platform for these voices.
Lila Taylor and Samantha Zeid April 2, 2018

The Clayton Dining Scene

The Clayton Dining Scene

February 24, 2018

Jeff Smith, Executive Vice President of Concordance Academy of Leadership and former prisoner.

Pipeline to Prison

According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), America, the “land of the free,” is home to only 5 percent of the world population, but incarcerates 20 percent of the world’s prisoners. 34...

Equity

Equity

December 10, 2017

We chose to make this issue “The Equity Issue.” In other words, we decided to pay particularly close attention to “equity” –- historically, and its present manifestations in the school setting. Our...

Show Me Green

Show Me Green

As of 2017, the psychoactive drug marijuana has been legalized in some way in 29 states and Washington D.C. Eight states and the capital have legalized the drug for recreational use. While cannabis is still federally illegal and not yet regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, many states are passing new legislation to legalize marijuana -- and Missouri could be next. The Globe investigates the facets of this controversial story and how it applies to Clayton as well as the rest of Missouri. This issue is one that hits close to home now more than ever. *Names have been changed to protect the anonymity of the individuals.

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