November Update

A newsletter from your Cen10 School Counselors

October in Review

Another month has come and gone and your school counseling team is excited to share with you all that we have accomplished this month.

To kick off October, your counselors presented to the Sophomore class and hosted a virtual Sophomore Parent Night. Parents were provided an overview of the programs and resources that Centennial has to offer. With many Sophomore parents in attendance, our counseling team discussed a variety of topics and highlighted information to support students through their academic journey. If you were unable to attend, please refer to our recorded video below.

October was also filled with opportunities to explore post-secondary possibilities. Ms. Villalobos, Centennial's very own College and Career Specialist, spearheaded College and Career Kickoff month. On October 13th, with the assistance of our Husky students, 110 booths covered the lawn. At every booth, students were informed on a number of UC and CSU colleges that make up California's higher education. In addition, the program Cozy Colleges assisted in providing 62 out-of-state and international college representatives to speak and supply our students with information regarding their prospective colleges.

The support did not stop there! In order to prepare students with their postsecondary aspirations, weekly, the counseling team provided students with workshops to assist with college applications and Finacial Aid support. We will continue to provide students with a variety of workshops in the coming months.

With every new month, your school counselors will continue to support every student with their academic, social and emotional, and college and career needs. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact your student's school counselor. We look forward to working with you and your students.

Goodbye October, Hello November!

Sophomore Parent Night

If you are a parent of a sophomore and were unable to attend our Sophomore parent night, please watch the video recording below. If you have any follow-up questions, feel free to contact your student's school counselor.
Sophomore Parent Night 2021

A Look Into November

The month of November will be filled with more support in the three areas of importance; academics, social/emotional, and college and career. These three areas are an integral part of a student's overall success. Your school counselors are dedicated to nurturing and providing students with positive skillsets to help them succeed.

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Saturday Success Academy

Your school counselors are excited to announce the continuation of Saturday Success Academy. With the assistance of our incredible Internation Baccalaureate (IB) students, attendees will be given the opportunity to join us for the first two Saturdays of the month. Peer support will be given to students who need assistance and/or tutoring in a common academic subject area. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!
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Dual Enrollment

The Dual Enrollment program allows high school students to take college level courses on their high school campus. The credits earned from completing a course will count for college credits and high school credits. Join Ms. Villalobos during our Dual Enrollment workshops for more information and to get you started.
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College and Career Spotlight

Every month, your school counselors will highlight a college and/or career. If you would like more information regarding the month's "spotlight", make sure to reach out to your counselor or Ms. Villalobos, our College and Career Specialist.
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College Application Information

EdSource Roundtable

College admissions and expectations can seem perplexed and unclear. Anne Vasquez, the Executive Director of EdSource invited six panelists, including Centennials own, Mr. Josh Godinez who is currently one of Centennial's school counselors and sits as the President of the California Association of School Counselors (CASC), to join in on the conversation. if you are a senior or parent of a senior, please view the video below and hear about the tips and tricks that California College admissions are looking for in college applications.
California college admissions amid the pandemic: What you need to know

Launching Your College Application

California Colleges has become a key component in a student's application process. As students prepare to apply to their respective Californa College, they will launch their application through Once an application has been submitted, school counselors can then track the student's completion of both their college application and Finacial Aid application.

Cal State Apply

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College Exploration & Events

November is National Scholarship Month!!!

Local Scholarship Packet for Class of 2022

The purpose of the local scholarship program is to provide financial incentives to encourage students to proceed to a higher level of education. Awards range from $50 to $1,00+ and can provide tuition, lab fees, book fees, or other basic expenses for students beginning their post high school educational journey
Social Emotional/Mental Helth

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Click the image to visit our CNUSD Virtual Calming Room

Centennial School Counseling Department Vision Statement

Centennial High School graduates are assertive, global citizens who accept challenges, embrace diversity, overcome obstacles, and work toward leaving a lasting legacy for the next generation. They reach their full potential in their communities as life-long learners who eagerly pursue knowledge and continually develop their skills. Our students meet the demands of the 21st-century workforce through problem-solving, collaboration, and effective communication.

Centennial School Counseling Mission Statement

As Centennial High School Counselors, our students are the highest priority. Our team is dedicated to providing a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program that meets the academic, social-emotional, and post-secondary needs of all students. While working with stakeholders, we continually improve our direct and indirect services to ensure they are responsive to student needs, encourage academic success, and support the personal growth and well-being of all students. It is our duty to treat every student equitably with respect and dignity, regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, or educational needs. We advocate for student access to promote success for all students. We guide our students to develop the skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century while empowering them to pursue their college and career aspirations.

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