Mrs. Howard did an incredible job at the Regional One Act Competition performing DOUBT, a parable earning 2nd place Overall. Daniel Sandfelder brought home the award for Best Actor & Aria Person-Ramey earning Best Supporting Actress. Chloe Dobbs & Marianne Lamarche were also named to the All Star Cast! The productions of the Regional One [...]
If you were unable to attend our graduation ceremony over the weekend, you can view it in it's entirety by clicking here!
You can find the Fall 2017 application for on-campus parking by clicking here. All applications are due by Thursday, May 25th.
Please take this opportunity to read each SGC Candidate's statement prior to the voting period. Click here to access all statements! Declaraciones de los candidatos en español: 2017 Declaraciones de Candidatos al Consejo de Gobierno Escolar de Centennial High School
The Centennial High School Theatre is working tirelessly to prepare for the production of Cinderella. Performances will take place on March 16 and 17 at 7:00 p.m. and on March 18 at 3:00 p.m. in the school’s auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the door at a cost of $15/Adult and $10/Student, or in advance at the Centennial High School front [...]
Centennial Carnival March 18, 11am-3pm Supporting Habitat for Humanity and Centennial Knights Soccer
Come to Centennial on Saturday, March 18 11am- 3pm for the inaugural Centennial Carnival. This is an event for all ages in the Centennial community and will benefit Habitat for Humanity and the Centennial Knights Soccer program. Activities include-dunk tank, bungee basketball, soccer darts, happy hippo, bouncy house, obstacle course, rock wall, corn hole tournament [...]
Mr. Hoge was named 2016 Georgia History Teacher of the Year by The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History!! There are many, many reasons for Mr. Hoge receiving this award, but some key highlights are: demonstrating creativity and imagination in the classroom in his AP History classes, developing an Honors World History class at Centennial, leading [...]
Next year approximately 15 Centennial classrooms will be transformed from the traditional desks in a row to spaces that allow for collaboration and personalized learning (learning that meets an individual student’s needs). These classrooms will be mobile (furniture moves), have spaces for teams to work together, and have the ability to write on multiple surfaces! [...]
Please join us for Sophomore Parent Night on Thursday, February 16th at 6:30 p.m. in the CHS Auditorium Jed Applerouth, veteran testing and education professional, will discuss how to help your child become a stronger applicant in the college admissions process. Jed will cover the following topics: What drives college admissions decision How to submit more [...]