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Portrait of Steve Zimmerman
Steve Zimmerman - Principal
While originally born in Kentucky, I moved to San Antonio soon after. As the son of a career military man, I was fortunate enough to see a great deal of the country, living in Kentucky, Virginia, Colorado, and Texas. I have been fortunate to travel extensively and experience the many diverse cultures and climates that our great country has to offer. A product of the public education system, I was fortunate enough to attend all four years of high school in Northside ISD where I participated in basketball. Because of my personal experiences, I believe that involvement in extracurricular and co-curricular activities is a vital part of the overall experience each student should enjoy before leaving high school. After completion of my high school studies, I went on to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Mary's University. I remained in San Antonio and in 1995 began my teaching and coaching career at New Braunfels Canyon High School. In 1998 I had the opportunity to work at Judson High School and in 2001 was hired at Winston Churchill High School. In 2008 I earned a Master of Education in Teaching from Schreiner University and became an assistant principal at Johnson High School. In the spring of 2013, I was appointed as the principal of Driscoll Middle School; four years later, in 2017, I was given the opportunity to become the principal at Madison. And in July of 2020, I was given the honor of being named the principal of Tom C. Clark High School. I look forward to working with you and your student(s) as I begin my service to the Clark community.

On a more personal note, while you will see me at all things Clark during the school year, I do have a few interests outside of education. When not working at school or attending a school event, I enjoy golfing, hunting, and saltwater fishing.
Portrait of Melissa Hurst
Melissa Hurst - Vice Principal

The Vice-Principal also serves as the Campus Behavior Coordinator. They can be reached by email at or by phone at 210-397-5165.

Melissa Hurst began her career in education as a science teacher at Clark High School. She then became an Assistant Principal at Clark and ultimately the Vice Principal. Ms. Hurst says she's fortunate to have spent her educational career to date as a proud Clark Cougar. Ms. Hurst believes in a relational approach to building a school climate, focusing on the whole child.

Ms. Hurst is a proud Northside product. She earned both her Bachelor of Science and a Master in Educational Leadership from The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Melinda Clark - Academic Dean
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