Our mission here at Carver is to help teenagers become in the deepest sense - the people they are meant to be. This is an education that prepares students for college, and more. At Carver, the curriculum is rigorous; academic classes emphasize the development of independent investigation, critical thinking, and applied academic and creative skills that Carver students will later use to contribute to their community.
All parents and guardians of Carver students are members of the Guild. We support connecting the community to the campus and Waldorf programs at George Washington Carver School of Arts & Science.
The Guild meets monthly. Email and find out how you can help support our students! firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Service is your opportunity to gain leadership skills and to gain the self-respect that comes from helping others. Completing Community Service hours will improve your high school resume for college entrance particularly if you do your service for the same organization for more than two years. You can also complete a portion (up to 10) of your total hours on campus as long as you have worked with an outside organization for your grade level Integrated Unit Projects.