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Carver Alum Justin Scott

E&S Alum Justin Scott Leads Arcadia to NCAA Tournmanent

Arcadia Head coach, Justin Scott (Class of 2002) coached the Arcadia’s Men’s Basketball Team to the 1st Conference Championship in school history.  They will be going “dancing” in the NCAA tournament for the first time ever.  Legendary E&S Basketball coach and Phys. Ed. Teacher, Charles Brown (also pictured) joined Justin  as an assistant last season.  Congratulations…

College Trip

Freshman and Sophomores Visit Fifteen Local Colleges and Universities for our Third Annual College Day

While our upperclassmen were meeting with prospective Colleges and Universities at our college fair, our entire 9th and 10th grade classes visited local schools.

arcadia coach huddle

Carver Alum and Ardcadia Basketball Coach, Justin Scott Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Full Article on Philly.com

girls track player

Tehya wins two more championships to finish her track career at BU.

Tehya wins the 100M Hurdles and the Long Jump.  She also qualified for NCAA East Regionals. She graduated this May and plans to pursue graduate school for physical therapy. Boston University Athletic News https://goterriers.com/news/2018/5/5/womens-track-and-field-terriers-take-xxx-at-patriot-league-championship.aspx?path=wtrack https://goterriers.com/news/2018/5/4/womens-track-and-field-terriers-complete-day-one-of-pl-championships.aspx?path=wtrack https://goterriers.com/news/2018/5/24/womens-track-and-field-noell-competes-at-ncaa-east-regionals.aspx?path=wtrack              

widener university

E&S Alum, Widener Junior DeShawn Ivey Becomes President for the Day [FULL STORY]

Widener News Full Story  

E&S Alum, Marc Lamont Hill, ’96, Opens a New Coffee and Book Store in the Germantown Section of Philadelphia! [LINK]

FULL STORY PHILLY MAG

Justin Scott Alum 2002

Alum Justin Scott Named Assistant Athletic Director at Arcadia [LINK]

In addition to his duties as Head Basketball Coach, 2002 Alum Justin Scott named Assistant Athletic Director. [FULL STORY]  

Alumni wins medal

Alum Tehya Noell, 60M Hurdle and Long Jump Patriot League 2018 Conference Champion!

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    

Alexsis Davis, Gear Girls Featured in Womanthology [Full Article and Video]

Alexsis Davis, Gear Girls Featured in Womanthology [Full Article and Video]

Full Article and Video Gear Girls is an all-female robotics team at George Washington Carver High School for Engineering and Science. More Robotics News    

Alum Kai Tinsley

E&S Alum and Columbia Student Kai Tinsley Shares His Journey [VIDEO]

Kai takes us on a tour of his hometown & high school (@CarverHSES) in Philly to life now @Columbia. Click to hear his story.