Degrees and Certifications:

M.A. School Leadership, Columbia University

B.S. Education, Butler University


Sarah Clark is the assistant principal at Center for Inquiry School 2.  Prior to working in administration, she was a founding teacher of the IPS/Butler University Laboratory School.  In her five years at the IPS/Butler Lab School, she taught kindergarten through 3rd grade.  In addition to working in her own classroom, Sarah devoted time to coaching teachers on classroom libraries and Math Workshop. She believes that when teachers feel supported students ultimately succeed.

Mrs. Clark is a proud graduate of Butler University where she earned her Bachelors in Education.  As a life long learner, Sarah spent two summers living in New York City and working on her Masters degree.  She graduated from Columbia University with a Masters in School Leadership.  During her time in the program, she was able to meet and share with educational leaders from across the country to expand her thinking.

When she is not at school, Mrs. Clark spends time with her family, reading, and cheering on the Butler Bulldogs!