PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

Dear students and families of Carver Academy,

My name is Dr. Stephen Hackett and I am the proud Principal of Carver Academy, home of the Wolverines. I am excited to welcome every student to the most supportive environment in education!  At Carver Academy, we recognize that families, teachers, support staff, community members, and caretakers all play a key role in helping our students develop academically, socially, and emotionally. It is with this belief that we take a team approach to supporting every student through their educational journey.

It is our goal to provide students countless opportunities in order for them to tailor their unique educational experiences to meet their individual goals. We accomplish this goal through ever growing course options, expanding athletic and extracurricular activities, and numerous co-curricular and student interest clubs. We highly encourage all students to explore the clubs, teams, or organizations that they may be interested in.      

The Carver Academy family is committed to motivating, supporting, and promoting the success of all our students. It is our goal that every student who enters the doors of Carver Academy exit prepared for their next step in life. This is a vision not just held by myself, but by every member of the Carver Academy Team. If a student has any needs, questions, or motivation every staff member is willing and able to meet those needs!

I truly look forward to working with each and every one of you. Together we can accomplish great things. Welcome to the Wolverine family.

Sincerely,
Stephen J. Hackett, Ed.D
Principal, Carver Academy 

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