Growing Greatness

Mission Statement

  • It is the mission of Carver Middle School to provide a nurturing environment of educational excellence in which students can soar as lifelong learners.


  • Back to School Open House

    1st day back to school for students is Monday, August 23.

    8:30 am


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    Scotland County Schools requires all students to have clear bookbags for the school year. These can be purchased online, at our local Walmart, or at Scotland Bling.

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  • The Carver library will be open on selective days throughout the summer.  Students are invited to come browse and check out books for summer reading.

    Wednesday, June 9   1:00-4:00

    Tuesday, June 22   9:00-12 noon

    Wednesdays June 30, July 14, July 21, July 28, August 4, August 11, and August 18 will be 9:00-12:00

    THURSDAY, August 5 from 9:00-12:00


    ***Dates are subject to change due to summer maintenance. Please check this website before attending.


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  • Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders planning to play a Carver sport next school year MUST HAVE A PHYSICAL ON FILE BEFORE TRYING OUT OR PARTICIPATING. CLICK HERE to access the physical form or pick one up at Carver Middle School.


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    Rising 9th grade girls and boys who are interested in playing soccer for the Fighting Scots are invited to workouts this June. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Dickerson.


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  • CTE Summer Camp

    Carver students interested should CLICK HERE for registration.

    ***Students attending summer school are not eligible. 


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  • Driver's Ed

    Summer Driver Education Applications Release Monday, 5/17
    *This is a great time for athletes and rising freshmen to take the class. Morning and afternoon options are available.
    CLICK HERE for class details, deadlines, and application pick-up information.

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  • Parent SurveyWe are asking for your help in completing a survey about our district’s Literacy grant. The short survey asks about your child’s reading at home. There are no right or wrong answers. We do not need your name and a person who does not work for your child’s school will combine all the answers. The answers will tell the school if there are more things that can be done to help your child love reading. Please complete by Wednesday, May 26.

    Thank you for your time! CLICK HERE FOR THE SURVEY.


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  • We want to hear from you!

    Superintendent, Dr. Takeda LeGrand, in partnership with the Board of Education and district leadership are soliciting your feedback and input as we work through the Strategic Planning process for Scotland County Schools. Please complete the survey below to make your feedback known. 

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  • Spectrum


    Spectrum is offering home internet for $20/month for those who qualify.


    Internet Assistant Eligibility Forms:


    Other Internet Service Providers that are offering special deals:

    Spectrum         $20-$50      866-991-6533

    Kenetics           $26               855-344-3701

    HughesNet      $59               844-580-111

    AT&T                $45                877-788-9007

    Verizon             $40               800-922-0204


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  • Parent Portal

    CLICK HERE for 3 SIMPLE STEPS to access your student's information: attendance, grades, and assignments!!

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  • Online Payments for Chromebook Fees

    CLICK HERE to pay the yearly $25 Chromebook fee online. Full payment or partial payments are welcome.


    Pay Online



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  • SHS Band Camp

    Scotland High School will host band camp for the upcoming season.
    Monday, August 2 thru Friday, August 13
    1:00 to 9:00pm
    ***Any middle school, Scotland High, or SEARCH students interested are encouraged to attend - we will continue to sign-up students for band until school starts!
    For more information, contact Scotland High School Band Director Mr. Britton Goodwin for more details.


  • P-EBT

    North Carolina announced it will continue to provide additional benefits through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program to help families purchase food for children whose access to free and reduced-priced meals at school has been impacted by virtual learning for the 2020 to 2021 school year due to COVID-19.
    Families do not need to apply for P-EBT. A school-aged child is eligible for the P-EBT program if their school is eligible to provide free or reduce-priced meals at school this year, and the child was eligible to receive free or reduced-priced meals during the 2020-2021 school year.
    The program provides a benefit on an Electronic Benefit (EBT) card. An EBT card acts like a credit card and can be used to buy food at authorized food and grocery retailers, including most major grocery stores. Benefits received in February 2021 will be for the months of August to December 2020 for those students who are eligible.

Loved seeing our Eagles!

  • We loved seeing our awesome students and their families in the report card drive-thru. Certainly enjoyed giving out free books to all that came. 

  • Kiara and Mia

    Congratulations to our Carver Middle School FBLA winners. Even during these difficult times, these two young ladies still manage to keep Carver Middle School on the forefront. Kiara Pipkin placed first for the "Elevator Speech" and Mia McLean placed first for "Career Exploration online test". Both girls are currently in the eighth grade. Way to go girls!! We're so proud of you!!!

    (pictures pulled from previous events)


  • Awesome Eagle

    Students and staff CLICK HERE to nominate any member of the Carver family (staff or fellow student) as an Awesome Eagle.
    Awesome Eagles demonstrate the characteristics associated with success -- excellence, accountability, leadership, love for others, and a commitment to learning.