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Student Activities and School Programs

Diversified students

G. W. Carver has many opportunities for students to get involved. Our clubs change often, therefore every student should be able to find at least one group that interests them but if not, they can consider starting a new one with a teacher sponsor! Our clubs and organizations are listed below.

Clubs and Organizations

Special Programs

  • SLC: 9th Grade Academy
  • AVID 9-12
  • Guidance Advisory Program
  • Parent Teacher Student Association
  • Interscholastic Program
  • Tutoring and Mentoring Programs.
  • Newspapers in Education
  • ACT Tutoring
  • Family Resource Center

• National Honor Society

• Senior Beta Club

• Student Council

• Full Athletic Program

• Aspire Team/Sober Cobras

• Charmettes

• Course Recovery/eLearning/eSchool

• Sober Cobras

Academics

Adavanced Placement Courses

AP US History

AP Statistics

AP English Language and Composition

AP World History 

AP Human Geography

AP Environmental Science 

AP Biology

AP Government

AP Spanish Language

 

 

 

Guidance Advisory

E-Learning

Carver High School has implemented a Guidance Advisory Program for all of our students: freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The Guidance Advisory Program is an extension of the school Guidance and Counseling Department

Students attend regularly scheduled "advisory" periods, each Tuesday, and the advisory is led by teacher/advisors and supported by counselors.  We have discovered that small groups foster a sense of family, collaboration, connection and caring among students and staff.  Through these groups, students receive personalized guidance and support in study skills, life skills, and career education.

Most young people must feel connected to significant adults and a positive peer group to have the support to be an accomplished student. The guidance advisory program is used to create that connection.

A variety of lessons are developed from different sources that address subjects such as character education, post-secondary options, and personal, social, and academic development.  Click here to see our advisory outline.

What is eLearning?

On-line Learning (or e-Learning) is giving students the ability to “get back on track” to graduate by earning course credit outside the normal school day via Internet connection.  Students wishing to take an e-learning course must have the approval of his/her guidance counselor. 

The approval to take an eLearning courses and course recovery is determined by the our , School Counselor, and E-learning Teacher.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Memphis City Schools does not discriminate in its programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap/disability, sex, or age.  For more information, please contact the Office of Equity Compliance at (901) 416-6670.
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