Carver Middle High School

Carver Middle High School is a public school located in Carver, Massachusetts. This school was formerly two different schools, Carver Middle School (6–8) and Carver High School (9–12) in one building with both schools sharing the library and auditorium. The school became under one principal in 2008–09 school year. This school became officially Carver Middle High School the following school year. It is located at 60 South Meadow Rd. and has an enrollment of 489 students in grades 6–8, and 537 students in grades 9–12. The school's mascot is the Crusaders and the school colors are Maroon and Silver/Gray. The principal is Mr. Scott Knief. The assistant principals are Christine Cabral, (6–8), Mark Souza (9–12), and Michael Schultz

Carver Middle High School
Carver Middle High School, Carver MA
Location
60 South Meadow Road,
Carver, Massachusetts 02330
FOR GPS USE: Crusader Drive, Carver, Massachusetts 02330
Information
TypePublic
Open enrollment[1]
Established1988
Renamed: 2009
PrincipalJanette Holly
Grades6–12
Enrollment834 (2015-16)[2]
Hours in school day7:25 A.M. - 2:05 P.M.
Campus typeRural
Color(s)Maroon & Silver          
AthleticsMIAA - Division 3 & 4
Athletics conferenceSouth Shore League
MascotCrusaders
RivalsMiddleborough, Apponequet
Newspaper(9–12) The Crusader Times
Website

District

Students enter Carver Middle High School at 6th grade from Carver Elementary School. Most students graduate and leave from the 12th grade here.

Other schools

Eighth grade students may apply to a private school, Norfolk County Agricultural High School, Bristol County Agricultural High School, or Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School for high school. Students must apply and may be interviewed.

Transportation

Carver has its own school buses. They have 15 bus routes, plus other routes to Special Needs schools, and to Agricultural.

Transportation to other schools

Students going to Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School take a school bus provided by Old Colony, meanwhile students going to Norfolk County Agricultural High School or Bristol County Agricultural High School take a bus provided by the town.

Payment

For the past few years Carver has had the money to pay for the buses, starting in 2004 for grades 10 and above. Grades 9 and below are always paid for by the town.

Athletics

Carver is well known for its wrestling and girls basketball program. Carver competes in the South Shore League. Michael Schultz is the director of the athletic program at CMHS.

In 2000, the football team made their first and only appearance in the MIAA Division 4B State Championship, but were ultimately defeated by powerhouse Fairhaven.

The baseball team advanced to the state championship in 1999, but were defeated by Northbridge by a score of 6-2.

Intramurals

Since no sports are offered in grades 6–7, grade 8 is allowed to partake in High School Sports, students can participate in intramural sports. A one-time payment must be made and a medical form must be turned in.

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ http://www.doe.mass.edu/finance/schoolchoice/choice-status.pdf
  2. ^ "Carver Middle/High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved January 10, 2019.
  3. ^ http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/statereport/sat.aspx

Coordinates: 41°53′37″N 70°45′21″W / 41.8936°N 70.7557°W

Carver, Massachusetts

Carver is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 11,509 at the 2010 census. It is named for John Carver, the first governor of the Plymouth Colony. The town features two popular tourist attractions: Edaville USA theme park and King Richard's Faire, the largest and longest-running renaissance fair in New England.

Carver Middle School

Carver Middle School might refer to one of several schools:

G.W. Carver Middle School (Miami, Florida)

G.W. Carver Middle School (Richmond, Virginia)

G.W. Carver Middle School (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

Carver Elementary School (Martinsville, Virginia), formerly G.W. Carver Middle School (Martinsville, VA)

Carver Middle High School (Massachusetts), formerly Carver Middle School and Carver High School (Carver, MA)

G.W. Carver Middle School (Meridian, Mississippi)

List of high schools in Massachusetts

This is a list of high schools in the state of Massachusetts.

Mike Bennett (wrestler)

Michael Bennett (born May 16, 1985) is an American professional wrestler and actor currently signed to WWE, where he performs on Raw and the cruiserweight-exclusive 205 Live brand under the ring name Mike Kanellis.

He is best known for his time in Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor (ROH) and New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) under the ring name Mike Bennett. He is a former TNA X Division Champion, ROH World Tag Team Champion, and IWGP Tag Team Champion. Bennett and Matt Taven operate a wrestling school in West Warwick, Rhode Island.

Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School

Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School or Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School District is located on an 80-acre campus in Rochester, Massachusetts, the geographical center of the five-member town school district that includes Acushnet, Carver, Mattapoisett, Rochester and students from Freetown & Lakeville Public Schools. Note that Lakeville is a member town while, Freetown is not and its students served are limited to around 90. Old Colony is affectionately known as OC, Old Colony Regional, Old Colony RVTHS, OCRVTH, & OCRVTHS. Old Colony is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, as well as the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Old Colony is a "Full Time" Vocational-Technical High School. So Old Colony has an academic department (see below).

Massachusetts public high schools
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Dukes County
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Hampden County
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Middlesex County
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Norfolk County
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