Jason Clark, Principal
Our administrators, faculty, and staff are here to provide the students of our community with a safe, supportive environment for learning. The primary goal is to help each student reach his or her academic potential. In addition, our extracurricular and athletic activities help develop the emotional and social maturity required for students to reach their highest level of productivity and independence.
Communication between students, parents, and teachers is vital to educational success. Please regularly monitor progress reports, report cards, and the parent portal for up-to-date information on your child's progress. If you have not created a parent portal account, please contact my office. I look forward to working with each of you.
About Mr. Clark
I have spent the majority of my life in Lamar County. I attended Sulligent High School and graduated with the class of 1996. Upon graduation from high school, I attended Bevill State Community College and then the University of West Alabama. I was a pitcher on both the Bevill State and UWA baseball teams. After graduating college, I began my teaching career at Berry High School in Fayette County. I served as the head baseball and volleyball coach for three years. In 2009, I was hired as the head baseball and girl’s basketball coach at Lamar County High School. In 2016, I became the assistant principal at LCHS and served in that capacity for 2 years. Currently, I serve as the principal of Lamar County High School. I am married to Alisha Clark and we have two sons, AJ and Wilson. In my spare time, I enjoy the outdoors and spending time with my family.
Bevill State Community College - Associate in Liberal Arts
University of West Alabama - Bachelor of Science in Physical Education
University of West Alabama - Master of Education in Instructional Leadership
Phone Number: 205-695-7717