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George Washington Carver Middle School is a highly rated, public, magnet school located in Coral Gables, FL. It has 1,008 students in grades 6-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 94% of students are at least proficient in math and 95% in reading.

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Carver is certainly a good school, but mostly because of the students. It's academics are great and students are smart and eager to do well. It's athletics program is also pretty good, although not a focus.
Teachers are good for the most part, but it's a mixed bag. I've had some of my best and a couple of my worst teachers here. (Make sure to get into physical science in 7th grade if you can, you'll get the best teacher ever if you do.)
The administration is probably the worst part about Carver. They treat you like just another task to finish and inconsistently enforce unnecessary rules (like wearing an ID in addition to a complete uniform) depending on how they feel and if they like you.
I felt that the school is very inclusive and kids rarely created exclusive cliques. Nearly all of the time people are friendly especially to people who feel left out.
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Please read this if ur a future student and wanna know how carver really is. The first year at carver was really fun because I had a really good period 1 and homeroom teacher. I made a lot of good friends here. 6th grade is a lot of fun and please enjoy because it's prob the best year. For me 7th grade really took a turn for the worst. I got the worst teachers who sometimes were fun but they would give you no time to study for tests and expect you to know everything in a short amount of time. A lot of people really like carver because they're in the spanish program and no one complains and they get good grades because its easy. So to finish this, do i recommend carver for u future middle schoolers? it depends. if ur going into the spanish or german or any ie(beginners) program than yes. but if ur going into french is(ie is fine i recommend it) or italian then dont go here because its a living hell.
I hated this school. Teachers are terrible, administration doesn't care, I didn't learn anything, and the students were okay. It did prepare me for high school well, since it stressed me out beyond help. The clubs sucked a lot, except for GSA. School culture was full of memes and depression. There's a lot of sports, and all the sports teams are really good, except for all the boys' teams. It was very safe. Room seven is hell. Nobody likes it; they treat the mentally ill kids like they're insignificant. Your self esteem will get destroyed here. Despite all of this, I suggest this school over all the other middle schools in miami-dade. They're all much worse and have drug problems. I graduated in 2018, and I will definitely miss the school since I met all my closest friends and girlfriend here. The school is really safe for LGBTQ+ students, and in the next year the principal has promised the GSA that she'll try her best to add more protections for LGBT students. Good luck.