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CARVER HIGH SCHOOL

3545 Carver School Road

Winston-Salem, NC 27105

 

 

ACADEMIC PROFILE

 

ADMINISTRATION                     Phone (336) 727-2987                                              FAX (336) 727-8211

                                   

Principal                                                Travis Taylor                                                                         tltyalor@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

Assistant Principal                               Barbara Burke                                                                     bhburke@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

Assistant Principal                             Kenneth Jordan                                                                     kjordan@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

Assistant Principal                               Carla Murray                                                                         cemurray@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

                               

STUDENT SERVICES                 Phone (336) 727-2230                                              FAX (336) 727-2733

 

Director                                                 Kenneth Brown, Jr.                                                             kabrown2@wsfcs.k12.nc.us   

Counselor                                             Vacant                                                                    

Counselor                                             Lynn Douglas                                                                       lldouglas@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

Administrative Asst.                            LaTarra Darling                                                                     lkdarlin@wsfcs.k12.nc.us                

Registrar                                             Chundra Sansbury                                                              crsansbury@wsfcs.k12.nc.us                          

Data Manager                                     Michele Grissler                                                                   mgrissler@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

College Advisor                           Maurice Brown                                                      mcbrown2@wsfcs.k12.nc.us 

Family Engagement                            Patricia Horne                                                                      phhorne@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

GIP Liaison                                            Susie Bremer                                                                       scbremer@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

 

FACULTY

50 teachers; 90 total staff members; 34% with Masters level degrees, 1 with Ph.D., 1 National Board Certified

 

DEMOGRAPHICS

Carver High School is one of twelve regular high schools in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School system. It is located in a residential area slightly northeast of downtown Winston-Salem, a city with a population of about 229,617. Enrollment is approximately 703 students with a senior class of 140. Encompassing grades 9-12, the school operates on a modified block schedule, which includes year-long and block classes.

 

ADVANCED PLACEMENT/HONORS COURSES

Advanced Placement courses are available for Carver students in Art, English, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Social Studies, Music and Computer Science at the Career Center, a central location that serves all students in the WS/FCS system. AP Environmental Science and AP US History are offered at Carver.  Honor classes, and Honors Seminar are offered at Carver in English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, the Arts, Newspaper and Yearbook. Dual Enrollment courses are offered at Forsyth Technical Community College.

 

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS/WEIGHTED AVERAGES

Students in grades 9-12 must meet the requirements of the Future Ready Course of Study. Class rank is based on weighted quality point average. One (1) additional point is added for honors and dual enrollment courses and two (2) additional points are added for advanced placement (AP) courses for the current graduating class.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Carver is proud of its ongoing tradition of academic excellence. Its strong, varied programs have produced Morehead Scholars, NC Teaching Fellows, National Merit Scholars, and Duke Power, Tylenol, and Coca-Cola Scholarship recipients. The 2016 graduating class amassed over $2 million in scholarship and grant monies.

 

POST-SECONDARY PLANS

4-year college       38%                                        Trade, Business, Etc.           >1%                                        Employment          31%

2-year college       21%                                        Military                                   8%                                        

 

GRADING SCALE

A  100-90                            B  89-80                                   C  79-70                             D  69-60                                F  Below 60

 

 

 

 

Revised 09/09/16


Last Modified on September 28, 2016
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