From the Principal

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Greetings Wildcat Parents and Students!
It is an honor for me to return as Principal of George Washington Carver Middle School for the 2014-2015 school year. Our middle school philosophy is deeply rooted in tradition and the legacy of our namesake, Dr. George Washington Carver. By providing an innovative educational environment, we are strongly committed to equipping our students for success in a competitive global society. George Washington Carver Middle School embraces AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) principles to promote career and college readiness culture and STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) pedagogy. AVID and STEM educational approaches infuse collaboration, inquiry, communication and critical thinking to provide hands-on authentic learning experiences.
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We are the Champions!

We are the Champions!
Vikings are the 2014 STATE CHAMPIONS! Final score versus York was 49-28.
On behalf of the entire District 7 and Spartanburg High School community of student-athletes, coaches, and staff, we THANK you for your support this season. Please stand proud knowing you’re an important member of this team.
Photo Gallery Coming Soon

Way to Wellville Survey

Way to Wellville Survey
Please take a moment to complete the survey by clicking on the read more link below. If you would prefer to complete a paper copy of the survey, please contact our school office and one will be provided to you.
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Carver High alumni keeping school’s name alive through scholarship

Carver High alumni keeping school’s name alive through scholarship
Carver High School alumni are keeping a promise to make sure their beloved school’s name will never die by establishing a scholarship in its honor.
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Interested in playing lacrosse this spring?

Interested in playing lacrosse this spring?
Preseason practice for lacrosse begins Monday, January 12th in the Spartanburg High School weight room. Please contact Coach Plaisted for more details.
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Youth in Government students visit the state house.

Youth in Government students visit the state house.
This past week and through the weekend, our Youth in Government students traveled to Columbia to visit the State House. Our Carver Middle School Youth in Government team was very successful this year. Here are a list of our accomplishments:
24 delegates (biggest delegation in at least 5 years) 19 bills were submitted to Youth in Government 5 bills made it through both Houses and landed on the Youth Governor’s desk 2 bills were signed by the Youth Governor
The delegation as a whole earned the status as a Premier delegation for 2014.
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