The Senior Project is a performance-based exit requirement of the STEM Magnet Program of G.W. Carver High School. It consists of multiple requirements, ending in a presentation to a panel that will determine if credit is earned. The purpose of the Senior Project is to provide every student with the opportunity to explore and experience interdisciplinary topics of his or her choice.
Thanks to the generous donation of Carver Alumni, New Destiny Church (PIE), and CAC Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc, the guidance & counseling department was able to take 73 seniors to the 14th annual black college expo at the Cobb Galleria Center.
To learn more about this success story, please see the complete presentation below.
The Carver High School SADD Members went to Dorothy Heights for Red Ribbon Week and presented to the elementary students. They did an awesome job!
The Peer Helpers of THE George Washington Carver High School participated in the Keep Columbus Beautiful, Help the Hooch, at Britt David Park on Saturday, October 14th.
The Guidance & Counseling Department thanks the Faculty and Staff of THE George Washington Carver High School for participating in our Domestic Violence Awareness day by wearing Purple.