Year Established: 2007
Facilities: Gymnasiums, Athletic Fields, Concert Hall, Science Labs, Library, Cafeteria, Kitchen, Locker Rooms & Pools
Awards and Achievements:
Clovis North Educational Center is dedicated to building a unified campus that inspires all students to maximize their performance in mind, body, and spirit. We also believe “the greater the expectation the greater the achievement.” The bar will be set very high in regard to achievement, effort, and attitude for our students, staff and community, as we form a partnership to provide exemplary academic and co-curricular programs. Finally, one of our district’s most important core values is embodied in the statement “a fair break for every kid.” We are committed to establishing a safe and inclusive environment, with relevant and rigorous programs that are designed to meet the needs of all students.
The Clovis North Educational Center (CNEC) opened in August 2007. The District’s fifth comprehensive intermediate school and high school are designed and organized to provide a seamless, focused, and dynamic 7th-12th grade educational experience. The collaborative culture of the campus is built upon the core values and beliefs of our District infused with cutting edge curricular and instructional innovation.
Clovis North High School fields academic teams in Science Olympiad, FRC Robotics, Mock Trial, Academic Decathlon, Science Bowl, and Forensics. The Mock Trial team won three straight county championships between 2010-2012 in addition to placing 3rd and 4th at the state competitions. The Science Olympiad team has competed at the state championship multiple years in a row. The Forensics team won valley championships in 2011 and 2013. The Robotics teams, after winning the Davis regional competition, travelled to the FRC World Championships in 2010. Academic Decathlon won their first Division III Championship in 2013. The high school offers fifteen AP classes as well as six honors classes and two comprehensive four-year foreign language programs.
Clovis North High School won back-to-back CIF Central Section championships in Football during the 2011 and 2012 seasons and lost in the championship in 2013. The team received a state bowl bid after the 2012 championship. The Varsity athletics teams were promoted to CIF Division I for the 2012-13 athletics year. The varsity baseball team won its first section championship in the 2013 season and was ranked in the top 20 in the nation entering the 2014 season. The varsity boys soccer team, coached by former USA Olympic Soccer Team captain Chad McCarty, won a Division II section championship in the 2011-12 season.