Need to register your student for school, this fall?
We will be opening registration for all grades K-12, on August 17. More information coming soon!

On August 13 at 4 p.m., the Board will hold a joint meeting of the Student Achievement and Support Committee and the Finance and Facilities Committee. Find materials here. Register to speak here.

Learn more about the District’s updated reopening plan.
View the 2020-2021 Academic Calendar.

Interested in joining our team? The District is now
hiring for Cleaners, Bus Drivers, and Teachers. Learn more and apply HERE!

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Principal’s Welcome


Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in learning more about G.W. Carver High School of Engineering, or Carver E&S.  We are a STEM-based magnet school in Philadelphia that serves 900 students in grades 7-12 from all over the city of Philadelphia.  Founded in 1979, our mission is to create a rigorous and supportive learning environment that leads to success in college and beyond.

Our aim for this website is to give you a glimpse into the work our incredible students are doing.  For a quick overview, please check out our Points of Pride or School Profile.  For a more in-depth view of our school, please take some time to read our News Stories.  I think you will be impressed with our students!

If you are new to our school, come for a visit!  We hold student-led tours every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30AM and would love for you to experience our engaging school culture.

Again, welcome to Carver E&S.  We are excited you are here to learn more.  If there is anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me directly.


Ted M. Domers, Ed.D.

Congratulations to Dr. Domers on being selected as the 2018 Lindback Award for Distinguished Principal Leadership. Read more about the award and Dr. Domers response [VIDEO].


Learn more about Dr. Domers vision for Carver HSES.  With a focus on choice, equity, and pace, we are aligning our programs to promote not merely college preparation but, more importantly, a pathway to college success for all students.  FULL ARTICLE