Welcome to Carver Middle School!


Carver Middle School's mission is to provide a safe, and caring environment where all students have the opportunity to learn, develop, and acquire skills necessary to perform successfully at this level, to prepare for the next level and ultimately to reach their potential.
Vision: Carver Middle School is a community of students, parents, and staff dedicated to the development of every individual's desire to learn and achieve.  Together, we provide a safe , supportive environment that fosters curiosity, inquiry and a life-long passion for learning.

Goal: The goal of Carver Middle School is to challenge our students academically, to grow our students socially and to guide our students toward independent thinking and problem solving.

We are “Committed to Excellence”, and we work hard to make the site a primary source for timely information for all users, and a main gateway for improved communication between parents, teachers, students and other members of our community.

The Effective Teacher 

by Leo R. Sandy

The effective teacher is an innovator who changes strategies, techniques, texts, and materials when better ones are found and/or when existing ones no longer provide a substantive learning experience for her students. This teacher also employs a combination of lecture-discussion, simulation, service learning, cooperative learning, visual media, role-playing, guest speakers, and debates, and whatever is age and grade appropriate in order to accommodate diverse learning styles and to present the subject from different angles to facilitate insights and connections. This teacher values and uses students' ideas about how to enhance their own learning.


Latest updates 

Clubs and Organizations

Community Service Club
Math Stem
Science Club
Poetry/Art Club
FBLA/Technology Club
CMS Ensemble/Chorus
National Jr. Honor Society
Book Club
Dance Team
Accelerated Reader Club
Student Council
Chess Club

After-School Tutorial-Tues. & Thurs. 3:30-4:30

GUA is a University of Alabama at Birmingham grant that focuses on serving students in the Black Belt Region of Alabama.  The overlaying goal for this project is to significantly increase the number of low income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in post-secondary education.  This opportunity is for seventh and eighth grade students and parents.​

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Awesome Job!!! We are so proud of our students that were recognized for outstanding behavior!!! 

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Victoria Jones-1st Place
Destini Prater-2nd Place
Zikiah Simmons-3rd Place

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Honor Roll Breakfast-Feb. 10

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Gear-Up-Recognizing the Most Improved Students
Feb. 10

  • Ms. Barbara Martin, Principal, has been chosen to participate in the Leadership Initiative sponsored by the State Department of Education to receive specialized turnaround trained endorsements from the Alabama Department of Education after completion of all outline activities.


  • Ms. Andrea Perry, Counselor, has won the ACCESS Counselor of the Year award for the 2014-2015 year. Congratulations! Job well done!


  • Mrs. Mary Armayor, Librarian, won the 2015 Herman Moore LAMP Award for Exceptional Service from this District. This award is awarded annually by Alabama Library Expo to librarians and library media specialist who have rendered outstanding and exceptional service to their patrons, schools, and communities over an extended period of time.  Congratulations!!!!


      February 2016  
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    Quote of the Week

    "Look for something positive in each day, even if some days you have to look a little harder."

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    Academic Excellence Is Our Top Priority!!!

    Upcoming Events
       Presidents' Day
       Feb 15 2016
       President's Day Holiday-No school
       Feb 15 2016 at 03:08 PM
       Progress Report
       Feb 16 2016 at 03:01 PM
       3rd Nine Weeks Exams
       Mar 09 2016 at 03:02 PM