May 2016  
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Senior Exam Schedule  

Thursday, May 19 (A-day)

  • A-day, period 1 exam
  • A-day, period 2 exam
 Friday, May 20 (B-day)
  • B-day, period 1 exam
  • B-day, period 2 exam 
 Monday, May 23 (A-day)
  • A-day, period 3 exam
  • A-day, period 4 exam

 Tuesday, May 24 (B-day)

  • B-day, period 3 exam
  • B-day, period 4 exam

 Wednesday, May 25 (A-day)

  • A-day Make-up exams

Thursday, May 26, (B-day)

  • B-day Make-up exams

Underclass Exam Schedule

 Thursday, June 9 (A-day)                             
  • A-day, period 1 exam
  • A-day, period 2 exam

Friday, June 10 (B-day)

  • B-day, period 1 exam
  • B-day, period 2 exam
 On Monday and Tuesday, June 13 & 14 only, the schedule will run with periods in the order of 3-4-1-2.  Bells will ring at the regular times, but the class order will be inverted so that exams can be taken in the morning.  See your A1 teacher for the  adjusted lunch schedule.  

Monday, June 13 (A-day)

  • A-day, period 3 exam (7:30-9:00 A.M.)
  • A-day, period 4 exam (9:05 – 10:35A.M)

 Tuesday, June 14 (B-day)

  • B-day, period 3 exam (7:30-9:00 A.M.)
  • B-day, period 4 exam (9:05-10:35 A.M.)

Wednesday, June 15 (A-day)

  • Makeup exams for A-day classes will be administered in the Media Center 

Thursday, June 16 (B-day)

  • Makeup exams for B-day classes will be administered in the Media Center

Friday, June 17 (A-day)

  • Any remaining makeup exams will be administered in the Media Center

Our Mission:  The Carver Center community supports and engages students with passion for, dedication to, and talent in acting, business, carpentry, cosmetology, culinary arts, dance, design and production, literary arts, music, or visual arts. By immersing students in challenging and rigorous programs, implemented through the fusion of these disciplines, academics, evolving technologies, and professional experiences, Carver Center prepares students to make informed future education and career choices.


Our Vision: All Carver Center graduates will possess the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be creative, productive, and conscientious citizens in a dynamic world.


Our Beliefs: The administration, faculty, staff, parents, and students share a common vision and operate on the following beliefs:

  • Students have innate talent, which is manifested through the study of the arts.
  • Students possess multiple intelligences.
  • Students can reach levels of intellectual and aesthetic excellence.
  • Challenging expectations increase individual student performance.
  • Students flourish in a creative and supportive community.
  • Respect for others and for each other’s work is paramount.
  • Lifelong learning is essential for success in a diverse and changing society.
  • The instructional program extends beyond the classroom.
  • Partnerships between Carver Center students and the arts and business communities extend student learning.
  • Student learning is enhanced by integrated instruction and cross-disciplinary experiences.