The George Washington Carver Regional High School
Alumni Association, Inc.
a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation
based in Culpeper, Virginia
JOIN US! as GWCRHSAA celebrates its 75th Jubilee in Madison County with a luncheon!
2pm on February 9th @ The Madison Fire Hall
9432 James Madison Hwy
Rapidan, VA 22733-1762
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The mission of the George Washington Carver Regional High School Alumni Association is to:
Document, celebrate and share the educational, social, cultural and military history of the students, faculty and administrators of George Washington Carver Regional High School, the only institution of higher education in the four-county region of Culpeper, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock from 1948-68.
Madison Fire Hall
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George Washington Carver Regional High School Alumni Assn (GWCRHSAA) celebrates its 75th Jubilee in Madison County with a luncheon. The theme is "Telling Our Story: Let the Music Play".
Highlights: display of Madison advocates for Carver in the 1940s; music as a characteristic of Carver's success featuring Madison-born John "Dykes" Hunter, Edward "Skip" Gordon (Orange county native) and others who started a band while in high school (1957) called The Jazz Hoppers, performing throughout the region - including on the Milt Grant show in Washington, DC (while still in high school.) Their instruments will also be on display (professionally played for many years after their 1959 graduation).
Who we are:
The George Washington Carver Regional High School opened in Culpeper County, Virginia, in October 1948, with more than 400 minority students from the
4-county region including Culpeper, Orange, Madison and Rappahannock. When full school integration was implemented in 1968, it closed. Its last enrollment had less than 15 students.
Dedicated former students organized to form the George Washington Carver Regional High School Alumni Association. They fulfill their mission of educating the public through our signature programs which include scholarships and the Carver 4-County Museum.