Opening the Doors to Knowledge: Carver Students Participate in Library Card Drive

    Reading opens the doors to knowledge, and students at the New Schools at Carver are walking right through, thanks to a recent public library card drive to help increase their access to print and electronic resources beyond the school's walls. Christina Rand, public librarian at the newly opened Southeast Library on Pryor Road... Continue Reading →

North Atlanta’s wrestling team prepares for upcoming season; teams expanding to Carver and Jackson High Schools

North Atlanta High School's wrestling team is back on the mat as they prepare for their first match of the season. "We've got our young team that's looking forward to having a good season," said Coach David Lockhart. "We've got our own home tournament on December 7th at the new school, [which is] one of... Continue Reading →

Three Atlanta Public Schools JROTC Cadets Bestowed Rare Honor

Three Atlanta Public Schools JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps) cadets were awarded the national Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement recently by U.S. Army Cadet Command and the Legion of Valor Headquarters in Cypress, California. Cadets Elonte Porter from New Schools at Carver High School, Lam Dang from Maynard H. Jackson High School, and Odyssey... Continue Reading →

Carver Students Learn to “Win the Game” with Former NFL Player Corey Chavous

On Friday, August 30, 2013, the New Schools at Carver hosted Mr. Corey Chavous, former NFL player, as the inaugural speaker of the media center’s new initiative, “See What You Can Be.” During his NFL career, Mr. Chavous played for the The Arizona Cardinals, the Minnesota Vikings and the St. Louis Rams. While Chavous had... Continue Reading →

APS Cool Kid: Delando Crooks

His list of recruiting offers reads like a who's who of college football. Stanford, University of Georgia, Auburn, Ole Miss, Perdue, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech and North Carolina are all aware of one of Georgia's top offensive linemen, Carver Early College senior Delando Crooks. Jamaican born, Crooks is fairly new to the game of football, first playing during... Continue Reading →

Hard work and determination draws media spotlight on Carver’s School of the Arts

Carver's School of the Arts allows students to pursue various avenues ranging from drama to music technology. As a result, they were recently featured on CBS News’ "Cool Schools" series, which highlighted work from the drama, music technology, dance, band and the choir departments. After-school programs available to all Carver students were also filmed. Check... Continue Reading →

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