About Us


Principal’s Welcome
• Meet the Staff

2017-2018 School Improvement Plan and SIP Summary


Our Mission

54d024_250b68568c7b42ff95bd6a9c983cd114.jpg_srz_99_100_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srzThe mission of Clubview School is to educate and challenge students to become lifelong learners who exhibit the attitudes and dispositions described in the student profile and to equip students with social, intellectual, and critical skills that will enable them to reach their potential as adults in our global society.

Our History

54d024_a343cdbcfad04b41b8328079523bfed9.jpeg_srz_99_100_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpeg_srzClubview School was built in 1953 as a neighborhood school. In 2004 Clubview became the first International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program in Georgia and the district’s first Conversion Charter School. Today Clubview proudly prepares students for success as 21st century citizens of the world.

Our Governing Board

54d024_4bac16e71c344f5b836983d67c873176.jpg_srz_102_114_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srzAs a Georgia Charter School, Clubview Elementary School is governed by a Governing Board made up of seven voting members who are 4 parents of currently enrolled students and 3 community members including one Partner in Education representative. The principal, assistant principal, IB/PYP coordinator and 2 teachers will serve on the governing board but will abstain from voting. The Governing Board upholds Clubview’s vision and mission and establishes and monitors general policies of the school. The board also manages and monitors the school’s annual budget and addresses grievances.

Our Partner in Education

nightOur business partner, Columbus Regional Healthcare Systems, has been highly supportive of Clubview through their sponsorship of the Amazing Ambassador Breakfast, the Manners Club, Wonderful Wednesdays, and a multitude of other activities which support the overall program. In turn, Clubview students support the efforts of Columbus Regional to raise healthy children by participating in Country’s Reindeer Run, and the lighting of the Tree of Lights to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network.