Black History Month MCPS Stories: Howard Bell, Carver High School Alum, 1956 – 1959

by MCS Staff

In September of 1951, George Washington Carver High School opened and became the only modern secondary educational facility built for black students in Montgomery County. Today the building serves as the MCPS central office in Rockville. MCPS interviewed Carver graduate Howard Bell about his experience going to school during segregation and later integration and how far we have come as a county. The interview can be seen below:


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