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Boys Track Wins 4 x 200M at Lehigh University

Boys Track Wins 4 x 200M at Lehigh University

E&S Boys 4 x 2oom relay places first at the 4th installment of the TFCAofGP indoor track meet, qualifying for the Meet of Champions while doing so. Watch video here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uBZ9MxKRzacMZcS5zt0jsb0XNia2jn_n/view?usp=drivesdk  

Carver 7th Graders Tour the Barnes Collection

Carver 7th Graders Tour the Barnes Collection

7th graders toured the Barnes collection on Monday, December 17th as part of the Artists’ Voices program.  As they looked carefully at art from Monet, Cezanne, Picasso and others, the students learned to think about decisions artists make when they create. Students were encouraged to think about ways artists break rules when they paint in…

Carver Celebrates International Human Rights Day [CBS NEWS COVERAGE]

Carver Celebrates International Human Rights Day [CBS NEWS COVERAGE]

On Monday, December 10th,  we celebrated the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights by hosting an International Human Rights Day event. “More than one hundred E&S students, representing more than 30 countries worldwide talked about their families’ countries of origin”, said Najifa Zaman, herself a native of Bangladesh. “What makes me…

Cheerleading Team Wins City Championship

Cheerleading Team Wins City Championship

Congratulations to the E&S Cheerleaders for winning the City Title on December 1st. This marks the fifth consecutive year that the Cheer team has advanced to the State Competition. Also a big thanks to everyone who was able to attend the competition or checked in with me to see how the team was doing.

Carver  @CS4 Philly 2018 -- Computer Science Experience [PHOTOS]

Carver @CS4 Philly 2018 — Computer Science Experience [PHOTOS]

Many of Carver’s Computer Science enthusiasts attended the first ever CS4 Philly celebrating Computer Science in Philadelphia at the Kimmel Center on 12/3/18.  The event was led and organized by local technology companies.  Students participated in hands on activities using a variety of platforms.  They also heard from local computer scientists and engineers who shared…

E&S Cross Country States Recap [Photos]

E&S Cross Country States Recap [Photos]

On Saturday the E&S Boys Cross-Country team competed at the State Championships in Hershey, PA. They finished 19th in a tough race against the best teams in the state. Congratulations to Meless Badume, Thomas Gelaye, Andrew Drumwright, Andrew Moreland, Aaron Drumwright, Jaron Tinsley, and Isaiah Daye.

Carver Hosts Citywide ASAP Scolastic Chess Tournament and Finishes First

Carver Hosts Citywide ASAP Scolastic Chess Tournament and Finishes First

Chess players from all over the region converged on Carver Engineering and Science to play chess on Saturday, November 3rd.  The Carver Chess Team won first place overall.  Josiah Findley, Heng Xin-Wang and Nia Williams all won their sections.  There will be another chess tournament at Carver on Saturday, December 2nd.

E&S Students Attend Five Day Canoe Expedition

E&S Students Attend Five Day Canoe Expedition

Eleven high school students completed a five-day canoeing expedition with the Philadelphia Outward Bound School. They canoed over thirty miles, set up camp at five sites, and learned how to survive and thrive in the wilderness. They formed a close crew and had a great time!  

Cross-Country

E&S Cross Country Headed to States!

On Thursday, October 25th, the E&S Cross-Country Team competed at the PIAA District 12 Championships at Philadelphia’s Belmont Plateau Cross-Country Course. The Girls team put in a great effort to finish the season with many personal bests. The Boys Varsity Team finished second, qualifying for the State Championship meet in Hershey. Congratulations to all the…

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.