Welcome to G. W. Carver High School
Sports news, updates, and schedules
Looking to purchase tickets for our football or basketball games? Are you looking to see the schedule of other sports? Wanting to stay in the loop with student-athlete achievements?
Please click on this link to access our athletics’ sports pages!
Click this link to see our weekly athletics newsletter!
Scan this QR Code using your phone to purchase tickets for the Carver vs. Spencer Game. Tickets MUST be purchased online, NO money will be accepted at the game.
Mandatory Player/Parent Meeting for 9th-12th Grade Athletes on Wednesday, December 7th. See flyer below.
Want the latest in school news? Want to stay up to date with school event? Please visit our School News page.
Magnet Open House
Come to Carver High School STEM Magnet Open House to explore our program on November 16, 2022 from 6-7 pm.
Need help with scheduling or ensuring you are on track for graduation? Please visit our Counseling page for more information!
Attention Parents! Please use our Parents tab to stay up to date with Title I information and important meetings.
The W.O.R.K.S Program is a major component of our students’ success here at Carver High School. This program focuses on Working on Refocusing, Redefining, and Realigning Kids Successfully. For more information about this program, click here.
Tardy Progression Plan
Please adhere to the following:
1. Tardy 1-6 – pass to class
2. Tardy 7-10 Thursday School (failure to show = 2 day home suspension) – Parents contacted by Mrs. Hardaway
3. Tardy 11 or more – Must Check-in with “Parent or legally documented guardian ONLY” for remainder of the semester.
The following consequences that will be implemented:
1. Referral to School Social Worker
2. Loss of credit
3. Return to home school (Hardships, Magnet & Open Seat Transfers)
The Carver High School STEM Magnet Program invites you to the annual Science Expo on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM in the Media Center. The George Washington Carver High School Science Expo is a forum for students to showcase their original research with the 21st century challenges and compete for awards. The Science Expo serves to prepare students to succeed and flourish in an increasingly complex and highly technical world by becoming problem solvers, critical thinkers, reflective learners, and more productive and influential members of their communities. All students enrolled in Honors Chemistry (10th grade) will be presenting their projects.
Welcome to the Science/Technology/Engineering/Mathematics Magnet Program of George Washington Carver High School. The STEM Magnet Program is a program designed to equip our youth with the skills needed to be proficient and prepared for a post-secondary study and the 21st century workforce. Integrating the four composite areas of science, technology, engineering and math will ensure that our students can solve tough problems, gather and evaluate evidence, and analyze information. The STEM Magnet Program is a rigorous, project-based program but also includes educational field trips that offer our students opportunities to learn more about STEM related careers. Each magnet student is to fulfill all magnet requirements as well as participate in extracurricular and community activities. Here at George Washington Carver High School, we believe that communication is the key to a successful experience and together parents/guardians, students and teachers will be more successful when we work as a team.
Sports Twitter Updates
For G.W. Carver sports updates, please follow our Twitter page, @GWCsports!
Carver High School 22-23 Bell Schedule
Carver High School 22-23 Advisement Bell Schedule
Character Words of the Month from Guidance!
|Week 1||Patriotism||Respectful devotion or allegiance to one’s country, community, and school|
|Week 2||Service to Others||Useful, usable, and required duty to others|
|Week 3||Honor||Showing gratitude for our Veterans, active service men and women, and first responders|
”All students have been issued a Chromebook (to include Case and Charger) to use during the school day. Students must be responsible for their Chromebook/Case/Charger at all times. In an effort to be good stewards of taxpayer dollars, students must be responsible for the care of their Chromebook and not damage it in any way. Chromebooks are to be carried in a case at all times when not in use. Students who damage Chromebooks and/or accessories can be assessed a replacement fee as per Board (see MCSD Board Policy JS: Student Fees, Fines, and Charges).”
Care and Use of School Property – Chromebooks, Textbooks, and Media Center Checkouts
Students will be held responsible for the proper care of all books, supplies, Chromebooks, and accessories or equipment furnished to them by the school. A student who defaces, damages, or loses school property shall be required to pay for the damage or loss(see MCSD Board Policy JS: Student Fees, Fines, and Charges).
Please Note: A Parent/Student must pay all fees and fines owed to the school in a timely fashion. Parent/Student must clear all fines or fees during the year the fines are assessed. Fines must be paid/cleared where they were assessed and before moving to the next level in school.