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Congratulations to Ms. Hogan on being named the PA Quizbowl Coach of the Year. Ms. Hogan oversees a club with over 20 quizbowlers as they compete in events all around our region. Ms. Hogan’s dedication has led our team to be the top Philadelphia public school for several years running and we again qualified for the…
Ms. Bradley and our Journalism students have published the second edition of the Carver Corona Blog. Website
The E&S Chess Team won the Under 1000 State Championship. The team narrowly beat out Central High School (Phila), Abington (Montco) and Warwick High School (Lititz) to capture the title. Senior Jalen Wright led the way with four points. Madison Ford-McKnight won top female in the U1300 Section.
Rep. Dwight Evans has named two Philadelphia students as the winner of the Congressional App Challenge in Pennsylvania’s 3rd district. G.W Carver HSES’s Tom Xavior and Jonathan Mathews submitted Beta Tutors, an app designed to help the school environment flourish, in the areas that we students saw were not being addressed. Link to Video and Full…
One of Carver’s CyberPatriot teams advanced this week to the next round of the CyberPatriot XII competition. Parth Patel, Lanre Ogunmola, John Delgado, Rizky Chandra, Micah Canty, and Ramier Jones were ranked as one of the top teams in the PA and scored enough total points to advance to the Semi-finals for their tier level…
Carver’s Home and School Association sponsored (3) $300 grants for extra-curricular activities. Clubs and teams were required to submit a video demonstrating why they should be awarded the grant. You can check out all of the VIDEOS HERE. Congratulations to the winners: Girls Varsity Basketball, Vex Robotics and Middle School Robotics.
Rock The Street, Wall Street is a national financial literacy program designed to spark the interest of high school girls into careers of finance. After “graduating” from the fall workshops, our students visited BlackRock where they interviewed investors — an excellent networking opportunity for the girls to meet women in the financial services field. Students loved the…