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The Schools at Carver

Project Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Project Scope: 259,500 total sf 167,520 new buildings 91,980 renovated buildings $42.8 million

Dates of Services: 2003 – 2005

Carver High School was renovated to convert the aging historic core of Clark Atlanta University into four separate high schools, including the system’s Dual Certification Vocational Training Center and a home for the Early College Academy funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Sizemore Group, in association with Allain + Associates designed new technology labs, a cafeteria and a media center.

They also provided historic renovations of Leete Hall (originally the Gammon College Seminary), the gymnasium, and converted another historic structure into the home of the Atlanta Public Schools Archives.


  • Programming
  • Master Planning
  • Feasibility Study
  • Community Involvement
  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Construction Administration

“Today Carver is a model. This success will be replicated across the district”

– Ms. Beverly Hall, Superintendent, Carver High School. (Quote taken from AJC, Sunday May 10, 2009)