George Washington Carver is a PreK-8 school in Cleveland's Central neighborhood where students develop the academic and social and emotional skills they'll need to become successful adults.
Through strong relationships with teachers, parents and community partners, George Washington Carver students have everything they need to reach their full potential. Our educators know that each student has unique learning needs and we offer support for students who need enrichment or intervention.
George Washington Carver uses a rigorous curriculum and integrate technology in daily lessons in activities. Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, the school is launching a one-to-one initiative that will assign each student their own device.
Our school also offers:
after school programs such as tutoring, chess club, dance, relationship building workshops and Parent Academy.
partnerships with Burten, Bell, Carr, Inc. and City Year Cleveland.
basketball, track, volleyball and cheerleading.
a blended curriculum with a focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).
resources for parents to help their children continue to learn at home.
10/19/2018 -- CEO Eric Gordon’s Student Advisory Committee -- 400-plus high school students from across the District -- gathered Friday at Windows on the River for the first of four meetings this school year.
10/19/2018 -- The free campus tours help students and parents better understand college and how it works. The District's Office of Family and Community Engagement co-sponsors the tours with College Now Greater Cleveland.
10/19/2018 -- The mentors work with the eighth-graders for three hours one day a month, talking with them in small groups about choosing the right high school and guiding their exploration of college or career options.