Get Involved

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There are many ways to get involved in Clonlara's mission:

  • Donate Our Annual Fund provides critical support to Clonlara and all of our programs and students.

  • Volunteer Students, parents and family members may volunteer by giving their time to the Clonlara community. We welcome volunteers to share their energy,
    interests, and knowledge in a variety of ways.

  • Goodsearch.comVerify Clonlara School as the recipient, use this search engine as you normally would, and Clonlara will recieve a penny for every search you conduct.

  • Ambassador Program Currently-enrolled families can participate by referring  friends and others to the  Program - and be rewarded for it.

  • Amazon Store - Clonlara receives a donation from Amazon.com that helps us continue to provide services to learners everywhere.

  • Kroger Community Rewards® - Simply register your Kroger Plus Card and enter 90916 for Clonlara's organization number. Each time you swipe your Kroger Plus card, Clonlara receives a donation.

  • Target's Take Charge of Education® - Target donates 1% of all purchases made with Target's REDcard to schools and gives you a 5% discount on purchases. Simply designate Clonlara as the school to receive the donation and use your REDcard each time you shop at Target.

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Ready to register in the Home Based Education Program?

Want to enroll in Clonlara School's Online Program? An Enrollment Associate is ready to help you.

Phone: (734) 769-4511
Fax: (734) 769-9629

Web form: Contact Us

Mail: 1289 Jewett, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Hours: M - F 8:30 am – 5 pm
(Eastern Time)
 

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See our Program Fast Facts

Or, feel free to contact us or call us at (734) 769-4511 and ask to speak with an Enrollment Associate.

Hours: M - F 8:30 am – 5 pm (EST)

Clonlara’s approach transforms even reluctant students into engaged learners!

Clonlara School is welcoming:   We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, nationality or ethnic origin in administration of our educational and admissions policies.