Founded in 1993, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology is a countywide magnet school for students in grades 9-12. Carver Center supports and engages students with passion for, dedication to, and talent in acting, carpentry, cosmetology, culinary arts, dance, design and production, IT/interactive media production, literary arts, music, or visual arts. By immersing students in challenging and rigorous programs, implemented through the fusion of these disciplines, academics, evolving technologies, and professional experiences, Carver Center prepares students to embrace new ideas and be courageous citizens in a dynamic world.
Principal: Karen Steele
Theme: Arts, Technology
Model: Whole School
Loch Raven Technical Academy is a place of excellence where students become ethical and caring citizens, engage in rigorous academic and magnet curricula. Students select a magnet course of study upon entering six grade and peruse rigorous and innovative courses for three years that allow their talents to flourish in visual arts (painting, sculpting, digital media, and drawing), performing arts (steel pan/percussion and musical theater), conservation science (earth/space science and aquatics), and law and finance (courts, rights, and juvenile justice to personal finance, entrepreneurship, and globalization).
Principal: Stacey Johnson
Theme: Conservation Science, Law & Finance, Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Model: Program within a School