Upcoming Dates

June 4 US History EOC (Virtual & In-Person Students)
June 3-4 Senior & Junior Marshall Exams
June 1-4 In-person Seniors & Junior Marshalls turn-in textbooks, devices, and
June 8 Biology EOC (Virtual & In-Person Students)
June 9      Virtual Junior Marshalls turn-in textbooks, devices, hotspots, etc.
               Senior meeting at 3:30. Come earlier to turn-in books, devices,
               hotspots, etc. and take care of fees. You will receive tickets for Senior
               Night and Baccalaureate at the end of the meeting.

June 10 Senior Night
June 13 Baccalaureate Service
June 15 Graduation at 7:00pm
June 14-17 In-person underclassmen turn-in textbooks, devices, and other items
June 16  Virtual underclassmen turn-in textbooks, devices, and other items

District hotspots should be turned in along with student devices.

Family members of graduates who need special accommodations for graduation should contact
Mr. Terry Cox at the school.

Any rising 11th or 12th grade student wanting to take PACE courses next year must have the application completed through HGTC by June 4th to be able to be registered for Fall classes next year.  See Mrs. Williams if you have any questions.

SIC Annual Report 2020_2021.pdf

Course Registration is open for Virtual Students at CBHS for 2021-22.  Please complete the forms for your current grade level and have your parents call Ms. Wilson to set up an IGP conference.  IGP Conferences can be done through Zoom, Phone or In-Person.  April 26-May 31, 2021.

Technical Scholars at HGTC is a great opportunity to gain employment skills while still in high school.  Patient Care Program is available beginning 11th grade year.  Welding, Machine Tool, HVAC, Forestry and Mechatronics is available 12th grade year.  Call your School Counselor, Mrs. Williams as soon as possible if you are interested.

https://forms.gle/3nKi2LqvPbQREcQB6  Current 9th Grade Forms

https://forms.gle/dsgEKCpDg9FdFg8Q9 Current 10th Grade Forms

https://forms.gle/Z4xF3mbyZofoyfwQ9  Current 11th Grade Forms

GCSD High School Curriculum Catalog


2020 Title 1 Newsletter.pdf

Carvers Bay High SIC.pdf



The Pee Dee Community Project is offering face to face tutoring for students. Contact the PDCP Center for available days and times.

The Upward Bound Program at Horry-Georgetown Technical College is now accepting students. Upward Bound is an academic and cultural program that provides necessary information and tools for a competitive edge today at no cost to the participant! We provide the following services:

  • Year-round mentoring & tutoring
  • Year-round enrichment activities
  • A six-week Summer Session
  • College-preparation assistance with admissions forms, financial aid & scholarships
  • ACT & SAT workshops
  • Paid Internships
  • Financial Stipends
  • Fee Waivers for ACT & SAT tests

To see if you are eligible to join Upward Bound, visit                       https://www.hgtc.edu/academics/high_school_programs/trio_programs/upwardbound/eligibility.html.

St. Christopher's Children Flyer

Youth Empowerment Program for Underclassmen


1ST Block: 9:00-10:37
2nd Block 10:41-12:11
3rd Block 12:15-2:14
A Lunch: 12:19-12:44
B Lunch: 1:02-1:27
C Lunch: 1:51-2:14
4th Block Advisor/Advisee: 2:18-2:37
4th Block: 2:37-4:07

HTC Georgetown Hotspot Locations:
Andrews High
Carvers Bay High
Georgetown High
Waccamaw High
Plantersville Community Center
Plantersville Cultural Center

If a student’s device is defective, the teacher or parent should contact the child’s school as soon as possible to retrieve a new device while the defective one is getting serviced. The parent can contact the child’s school for assistance from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. If it is a troubleshooting issue, the parent/student can contact Dr. Michael Powell from 4:30-8:00 p.m. at (843) 458-6496.

Parents who registered their student for GCSD Virtual Academy please contact the GCSD for any questions you may have.

Hot Spot Information can be obtained through the IT Department located at the GCSD office.  If you have questions concerning this, call 843-436-7000.

20-21 Student-Parent Tech Agreement.pdf

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Principal's Message

Principal OdomDear Parents, Students, Faculty and Staff:

Carvers Bay High School is indeed competitive and has proved to be second to none with the many awards and accolades received during the 2019-2020 School Year. COVID 19 made an attempt to take away from the rich tradition of leadership and excellence that this great institution is known for. However, we will continue with the Mission and Vision established to ensure that each student’s individual skills are displayed and enhanced to ensure that they are globally competitive.

As your principal, I would also like to take this opportunity to welcome you to a challenging 2020-2021 school campaign. Please understand that I am dedicated to the task of ensuring that all students are provided a quality education in a safe and secure learning environment. Mitigation Procedures as it pertains to COVID 19 is essential. As always, I will maintain an open door policy and I am looking forward to the opportunity to communicate and collaborate with all stakeholders of the Carvers Bay High School Community.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Go Bears!!!!!!

Larry Odom, Principal Carvers Bay High School



Teacher of the Year

Katherine Driver

Rookie of the Year
Grant Hall

Support Staff of the Year
Fred Jiles

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