West Clark Community Schools is a school district serving students in the western half of Clark County, Indiana. West Clark Community Schools serves 4,750 students across three community campuses: Silver Creek High School serves grades 9-12 , Borden Jr./Sr. High School and Henryville Jr./Sr. High School serves grades 7-12. A separate Silver Creek Middle School serves grades 6, 7 & 8. The district also consists of three elementary schools: Silver Creek Elementary in Sellersburg (Grades 2-5), Borden Elementary (Grades K-6), Henryville Elementary (Grades K-6) and one Primary School in Silver Creek Primary (grades K-1). High school juniors and seniors have the option of attending C.A. Prosser School of Technology half a day in order to learn a skilled trade. Approximately thirty career areas, such as Auto Collision, Building Trades, Computer Programming, and Cosmetology are offered. The job placement rate is quite successful; although more vocational students are now choosing to further their education also. More district demographic data can be found at:
Within three or four miles of the West Clark boundary, also, is the campus of Indiana University Southeast, which offers a wide range of Baccalaureate and Master’s degree programs. The University of Louisville is ten miles from Sellersburg. Several other colleges and universities are located within easy driving distance. Located in Sellersburg is the Southern Indiana campus of Indiana Vocational Technical College, which serves as a further bridge between high schools, the work place, and four-year colleges.