Carver E&S Quizbowl took three teams to Great Valley on 2/24. It was a long day, but a fun day. There were lots of good buzzes on toss-ups and all three teams had solid collaboration on bonus questions. Carver A (Aidan, Cloris, Destiny, and Mohammed) went 4-4. Carver B ( Baz, Jayla, Abdu, and Josiah)…
Carver is proud to have the top Sophomore, Madison and top Junior, Josiah for 2017-2018.
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Members of the Carver chapter of NSBE Jr. (National Society of Black Engineers) attended the annual Danger Zone Summit, a regional conference with attendees from a dozen local colleges and universities. Students enjoyed a keynote address, networking opportunities, and a tour of Temple University’s engineering labs.
EDIT: 2/18 Tehya wins the 60M Hurdles and Long Jump Finals! Congratulations to her and Boston University. ——————————— Senior Tehya Noell enters the meet with the best conference time in the 60m hurdles (8.47) and the best long jump (5.92m, 19′ 5.25″). FULL ARTICLE
Two of Carver’s CyberPatriot teams competed in the semifinal round of the CPX competition. Both teams performed very well, placing in top 20 of the 126 teams in their tier. Carver Team 1 (Oliver Miller, Amin Ahmed, Joshua Birch, Alan Chaing, Kevin To, Angarang Logiiraz) won 3rd Place in the Pennsylvania Silver Tier. WHAT IS…
Shanique Williams was recognized by the School District for winning Office Depot Senior of the Month.
The E&S Cross-Country team had a strong 2017 season and is looking to build on this success in 2018. After several runners earned All-Area and All-Public honors during the season, the team finished third in the District XII Championships as the highest placing Public League school. Sophomores Andrew Moreland and Meless Badume represented the team…
Engineering and Science hosts the 2018 Chess Quarterfinals
At the Tech Student Association Regional Competition on February 9th, Carver took first place in the Engineering Design contest. The students also took time to demonstrate Robotics to school district staff and students. Seniors: Sean Plunkett, Malik Dawan, Kris Booker, Ciheim Brown, Carlos Rodriguez