Lieutenant Dwayne Little isn’t just a member of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office. He’s a Winston-Salem native, that wants to see positive change in his community so he’s dedicating his time and resources to help his alma mater and the students that walk its halls. Lt. Little as well as the new administration at Carver High...
Lt. Dwayne R. Little comes back to Carver High School to assist Alma Mater
Lieutenant Dwayne Little of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Department is Carver High School to the core. Lt. Little has always been an advocate for his alma mater and now he is putting boots on the ground to make a tangible difference at the school as a volunteer assistant athletic director. “It started in 1995 when...
Leon Moore – Carver High School Announces New Football Coach
“Coach Moore is coming back home as he is a graduate of Carver High School where he played under Coach Keith Wilkes,” said Carver Principal Dr. Thyais Maxwell. “He was also a member of the 1998 undefeated Championship winning team at Carver.” “Revive the Hive, is what I desire to do, said Coach Moore. “I...
Homecoming season in full effect | WS Chronicle
Homecoming season is upon us. Alumni from high schools, colleges and universities around the country are returning to fellowship with family and friends. When it comes to Winston-Salem, I must say that I was highly impressed from what I saw from the Carver High School Alums. The part that I was most impressed with was...
Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office: Off the Cuffs with Kimbrough
Dr. Thyais Maxwell, principal of Carver High School, joins Sheriff Kimbrough at the table to discuss the upcoming festivities, the disparities that cause education to differ from school to school, and her passion for ensuring every Carver student realizes his/her own power and possibility. “It’s about telling our own story, making our own brand. We...
Carver football field could be named for legendary coach- Keith Wilks WS Journal￼
Carver football field could be named for legendary coach- Keith Wilks WS Journal
Letter From the First President
Take a moment to read the Letter written to Carver High School Alumni on February 28, 1985
Carver Girls Soccer Team Makes History!
Carver High School Girls Soccer Team, as a part of the Northwest Piedmont 1A conference, worked their way to playoffs for the first time since the school opened in 1936. Carver Girls Soccer Team Makes History (wsfcs.k12.nc.us)
New Principal Selected at Carver High School
Thyais L. Maxwell will be the new school's new principal, replacing Carol Montague-Davis, who has had a long career with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.
Carver High School to hold its inaugural Academic Hall of Fame Banquet
“Carver High School has historically had an outstanding reputation for producing community leaders. Although this school has won many athletic accolades, Carver Nation has a fine slate of alumnae to be proud of,” said Tillman, also an administrator at Car