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Carver Middle School Overview

1095 Good Hope Rd, Monroe, GA 30655 , Tel: +1 (770) 267-6000 Walton County School District
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    Type: Public Middle School
    Grades: 6-8
  • 952


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Carver Middle School Ratings & Reviews

May 18, 2017 Submitted by a student
I'm currently an 8th grade student at Carver Middle school, about to go to highschool. I've attended CMS for 3 years and there are some things that I'm sure parents are unaware of. There is black mold growing on the ceiling tiles in multiple classrooms because there are leaks in the roof. Sometimes classrooms smell strongly of mold. This has been an issue for about a year and a half. The rest of the building is terribly maintained as well. There are cracks in the walls where snakes and mice have gotten in, the bathroom walls are sticky, faucets are broken, and there is rarely toilet paper or soap. Bathroom doors and locks are often broken as well. The school is understaffed to the point where teachers have to teach 2 subjects (their main subject + social studies). This leads to teachers teaching subjects they're inexperienced in. Gifted students have been heavily separated from the rest of the school and each grade is also heavily separated, forcing students to be around the same 30-40 people the whole year. Lots of the staff is rude or seems miserable. There is no student council and the school ignores complaints, so it is very difficult to make a change to the school. Nothing is ever done about these issues. Despite strict rules, many students still struggle to learn because of behavior issues. The school has gotten rid of many events and programs (Gotten rid of drama program, dances, etc.) and students are generally treated like they aren't people. There are some good things- many of the teachers are friendly and try to engage students in learning, and there are very few fights/drug or gang related activity. The school is supposed to get some major updates this summer, so let's hope thing improve.
December 15, 2016 Submitted by a parent
Teachers seem to really care about students, and the administration is always ready to listen to parents and help solve issues. My daughter has had a great learning experience the past 2 years at Carver.
October 06, 2015 Submitted by a parent
Carver has always been compared to other middle schools in the county and have gotten a bad rap. My two children have both went through Carver and I have found no problems in the physical building and teaching the standards.The vast majority of teachers went out of their way to help my kids succeed. The media specialist works well with the teachers to maximize and coordinate with lesson plans.I've discovered that while Carver has its share of problems, it is not Carver itself. It's the natural snottiness of preteens that pervades the school. But all middle schools have that hormonal problems.
May 19, 2015 Submitted by a community member
I am a 6th grade student and my year was anything but perfect. Let me get straight to the point. Carver's FAQs promises recess before or after lunch, not true. After lunch my class would go right back into the classroom while others got to go outside. Also some teachers, don't take the time to teach they just hand us book work and are done. Also discipline is obviously not enforced. In my class people threw paper airplanes and bouncy balls across the room, and all they recieved was a strike. Lastly I want to address dress code. While I completely understand why it is in place, it is a bad system. When a student gets dress code they are sent to ISS or home. How is it that another students education is more valuble than that person you jusg sent home. I get that dress code is supposedly a distraction, but to me instead of worrying whether a students skirt or shorts is an inch too short, they should focus on the people who are constantly throwing things across the room. Also if a students clothes are dress code don't punish them my taking their learning time away from them, because basically you're telling that student that his/her education is worth less than another students.
October 31, 2014 Submitted by a community member
What is going on at this school someone needs to investigate!!! Why kids can put their hands on each other, then told they have to learn how to take up for themselves!!! Please some one investagate before something bad happens to a child!! What are the steps a parent needs to take to report things that are going on in this school and action will be taken!! Plse tell me someone cares about how the childeren are treated and how problems are handle, does anyone in the school district care about the childeren at this school!!
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Monroe City, GA Education Statistics

  • No High School4%
  • Some High School50%
  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree11%
  • Graduate Degree5%

Apartments and homes for rent near Carver Middle School

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Things you should know about Carver Middle School

Before you start packing, make sure Carver Middle School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Carver Middle School is a well-known public 6-8 school in Monroe. It is located at 1095 Good Hope Rd, Monroe, GA 30655 and it is the second home of 952 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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