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Carver Forever:
A Diamond Jubilee

Honoring 75 years since the opening of the George Washington Carver

Regional High School (1948 - 2023)

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Sept 16-17, 2023

"Telling Our Story: Till The Soil"

The Carver Center


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Our Name Restored

Newly revealed name-May 24 2023

Rejoice that in the last week of   

May, 2023, the name "George Washington Carver Regional High School" is again on our school after being absent for more than

50 years

Thank You  
for supporting us during 

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THEY ARE FINISHED with the restoration of our school's name on the building.   Our operations continue ONLINE AND in person.

See you soon.


December 11th, 2022 we celebrated Christmas at Carver on the lawn of The Carver Center.  We honored those who donated to Giving Tuesday, combined with our Holiday/Alumni Lights fundraiser.


Happy to announce our 3rd commemorative calendar:  Being A Citizen.  This forms the foundation for our new traveling exhibit starting in February. 

"Being A Citizen"


What is "citizenship" to you?  How do you show it?

The traveling exhibit invites public discussion.  To schedule the exhibit at your location, email us at carver4cm@gmail.

This exhibit is generously financed by the Power Of Change grant sponsored by Rappahannock Electric Cooperative.

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Our Mission

Opened in 2019, the Carver 4-County Museum is a program of the George Washington Carver Regional High School Alumni (GWCRHSAA, Inc.). 

Our mission is to document, celebrate and share the educational, social, cultural, and military history and accomplishments of students, faculty, administrators, and supporters of George Washington Carver Regional High School, the only institution of secondary education that served minority children in the four-county region of Culpeper, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock from 1948-68.


9432 James Madison Hwy


Rapidan, VA 


Closed for building construction

For information, call

540-270-3891 or email us at


    Residing in its original school in Culpeper County, Virginia, the museum has produced 10 in-person, 10 video, 4 virtual, 3 special "pop up," and 13 traveling exhibits.


Please enjoy our portfolios here on our website, and SOON, make an appointment to see "Being A Citizen."  


We are also converting our permanent exhibit, "Origins and Evolution," into a digital one.   

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