Carver STEM Academy



18701 Paul Street, Detroit MI, 48228-3868

Phone: (313) 240-6622 • Fax: (313) 240-8741

Principal: Sabrina Evans

About Us

As a foundation for students to pursue 21st century careers in STEM-related fields, Carver STEM Academy offers students in grades pre-kindergarten through eighth grade a curriculum rich in science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

Not only does the staff and administrators at Carver STEM Academy work diligently to ensure that their students receive a rigorous education designed to prepare to compete in the global-arena, they are equally as committed to creating opportunities for their students’ to build self-efficacy and  esteem in their abilities to accomplish the goals they set for themselves. To that end, every member of the school’s community as fosters a spirit of having  “Carver PRIDE: Producing Respectful Individuals Determined to Excel.”

What is STEM Education?

STEM education is an approach to teaching and learning that integrates the rigorous content and skills of academic learning with real-world scenarios, thereby, challenging students to employ science, technology, engineering, (the arts) and mathematics to synthesize solutions that can potentially alter the social, political, and economic structure of education and society as well as public and private enterprise.

Guided by the District’s adoption of this national initiative,  the stakeholders at Carver STEM Academy has moved to incorporate more Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics into daily instructional goals.  The school’s staff and administrators have fashioned its educational program focus after the philosophies embraced by the school’s namesake—educator, scientist, inventor, and engineer, George Washington Carver.

Offerings

Academic Incentive Programs

  • Principal’s Club
  • Academic Enrichment Administrator (AEA) Club
  • Principal’s Award
  • Academic Engagement Administrator Award
  • National Junior Honor Society

Staff Incentive Programs

  • Teacher of the Month Gift Card Program

Fine and Performing Arts

  • Art Education
  • Music Education
  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra SPHINX Program

Extracurricular Clubs and Programs

  • Lit Girls Literary Club
  • Tuskegee Airmen Aviation Club
  • Banking On Our Future Financial Literacy Program
  • STEM Club
  • First Robotics Lego Club
  • Detroit Area CEP
  • Project S.A.V.E
  • Green Living Science Recycling Program
  • DPS Go Green Science Club
  • Green Economy Leadership Training
  • Greening of Detroit Urban Agriculture and Gardening Project
  • WCSA Broadcasting Club
  • STEM Engineering in a Box (grade 3)
  • STEM My Mind (grade 3-4)
  • Green Living Science Recycling Program
  • Detroit Public Library Book Mobile
  • Project Seed
  • Cranbrook Science Institute
  • Math Bees Math Club
  • Detroit Zoo- Science for Tomorrow’s Leaders

Intermural Activities

  • Basketball
  • Flag Football
  • Soccer
  • Yoga
  • Tennis

Home and School Connections

  • Communities-in-Schools
  • Onsite Parent Resource Room
  • Carver Chronicle Newsletter
  • Target Food Pantry Program
  • Detroit Parent Network
  • DPS Parent Advisory Committee for Student Achievement
  • Bright Smiles Mobile Dentistry
  • Gleaners Food Bank

Specialized Student Programs and Services

Resource Coordination Team

  • Speech and Language Pathology
  • School Counseling
  • School Social Work
  • School Psychology

High Quality Special Education

  • Special Education Resource Room
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Classrooms for Prekindergarten through 8thgrade

High Quality Pre-Kindergarten

More information about Pre-K Programs

Vision Statement

Our vision at George Washington Carver STEM Academy is one where our students are educated through a collaborative effort inclusive of: parents, faculty, students, and community partners.  Through the innovation of our STEM curricular program model, we will forge a new and powerful model of education, ensuring a bright future for each of our students. We envision an environment where our students are motivated, recognized, and celebrated for their willingness to learn and grow through the use of quality instruction and leading-edge technology. We see our students embracing challenges as opportunities for achievement guiding them toward becoming self-directed, life-long learners which permeates the expectations of our Carver STEM Academy Family.

Mission Statement

The stakeholders at George Washington Carver STEM Academy believe that students should learn to work together collaboratively with the support of the school, community, and their parents. Therefore our mission is to provide our students with quality educational opportunities within a safe, nurturing, and interactive environment. We further believe that all students should have the right to gain access to the technologies that are representative of a premier education. Therefore, we endeavor to develop our students into life-long learners through the cultivation of a strong sense of academic excellence rooted in science, technology, engineering, (the arts), and mathematics. We believe that individuals and society benefits with when schools and classrooms are genuine communities of respect and learning. We thrive to create a school-wide culture that supports our students’ growth and development into productive, contributing, college/career-oriented members of society ready to act as change agents in a diverse and changing world.

Beliefs Statement

We believe we are productive citizens and positive, contributing members of society.
We believe our goals, dreams and destinies are obtainable—We are college bound!
We believe “The Mission is Possible!”

Uniform Requirements

Light blue, white or yellow top; navy blue, black or khaki bottoms; navy blue blazer/sweater; navy blue ties are optional.

Bell Schedule

  Morning Afternoon Half Day
Mon–Thur 7:30 AM 2:40 PM 10:45 AM
Friday 7:30 AM 1:50 PM
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