What is a typical George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology student like? Describe the type of person who should attend George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology.

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Anonymous, Student, George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Class of 2017

The typical student at Carver is respectful and intelligent. In order to get into Carver you must have a talent. Students are very gifted and it is a very friendly environment. It is easy to work well worth the other students.

Anonymous, Student, George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Class of 2017

A Carver Center student is a small school with about 850 students. It is in the top 5% of the nations schools. A person who attends the Carver Center has to have a strong work ethic, interpersonal skills, and the ability to use and refine critical thinking skills. Carver students tend to think outside the box and are goal oriented. The Carver Center is one of the top visual arts programs in the country and has the top AP Studio Art course in the world according to College Board. Students that attend the Carver center are talented and very interested in fine arts, business, and carpentry. We challenge ourselves and are self motivated to be sucessful academically and personally. A Carver Center student has respect for teachers, peers, and our work. We believe in diversity, extended learning, and integrated instruction.

Anonymous, Student, George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Class of 2016

A typical student is respectful, academically tuned, and imaginative. The type of person would thrive at Carver Center is someone who can find motivation when times become rocky, someone who doesn't need to agree with everyone else yet is respectful towards others opinions or arts, and someone who can rise up to situations of great pressure.

Anonymous, Student, George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Class of 2016

Each Carver student is quirky in his/her own way. I've noticed we all have a weird spark to us, but that's why each student is incredibly talented in his/her own prime. In a Carver student you'll definitely see dignity, respect, and also humility. We show our vulnerable side through our art and passion, and we always show appreciation towards others' works. We are Carver-ised (that's what we call it).

Anonymous, Student, George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Class of 2015

Artistic not only in the sense of expression through their prime class, but also with how they are as a person. More specifically, having a well developed mind and great personality. A person that is willing to put in work to find their artistic side whether its in visual arts, carpentry, programming, or even vocal would be a good fit for the school.

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