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Centennial High School
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Scholarships are in Career Cruising. CLICK HERE for information on how to login and navigate the site.
FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. You must complete this application to receive grants, scholarships, work study and/or loans for college. The FAFSA is also a requirement for the Burleson Opportunity Fund.
To complete the application visit: https://fafsa.ed.gov/
SAT/ACT-- As a general rule, Juniors should take the SAT & ACT in the spring of their Junior year. Students should then retake one or both of the exams before applications are due in the fall/early spring of Senior year.
If you are on Free/Reduced lunch, contact Mrs. Pair to get a waiver to take the SAT and ACT for free. You will also get four College Application Fee Waivers!
Remaining 2016/2017 Dates: June 3
Remaining 2016/2017 Dates: June 10
Dual Credit 2017-2018 School Year
Dual Credit paperwork is avaialble in the House Offices and the College and Career Center. Students must turn in thier paperwork and meet TSI requirements before Dual Registration. Students who did not take the TSI on April 10 at Centennial or students that need to re-test, can take the TSI at the Hill College Testing Center.
For information on the Hill College Test Center, CLICK HERE.
CURRENT DUAL STUDENTS- DROP DATE FOR SPRING 2017 WAS APRIL 12
Students are expected to check their Hill College accounts once per day:
My Rebel (Account Info, Class Schedule, etc.)
Blackboard (Online Class Access)
Student Page- Great page to save to your Favorites Tab! (Links to Blackboard, MyRebel, Email, Bookstore, etc.)
Hill College Calendar (Class start/end dates, drop dates, etc.)
Hill College Contact Information
Burleson Campus 817.295.7392
Cleburne Campus 817.760.5500
AVID applications for the 2017-2018 school year are now available for Freshman and Sophomores! During the AVID Elective class, students learn how to take notes, test-taking strategies, time management and proper study skills. Students explore college and career options while working with WICOR strategies (Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, Reading). All AVID students maintain the AVID binder, which holds all of their materials from all of their classes. Field trips to colleges start in the freshman year and continue throughout the program. In the junior year, students prepare for the SAT and ACT in the classroom and begin filling out college applications. The senior year helps students apply for college and scholarships as well as introduces them to college like assignments and activities.
You can pick up an AVID Application in the College and Career Center today.
Graduation 2017 Information
All Seniors are required to be at CHS by 3:00 to load the buses to TCU. In order to participate in the ceremony, graduates are required to ride the bus to TCU.
Click here for important information about Graduation details.
This Week's "Spartan Spotlight"
CHS Events for the Week of 5/302017
Monday, May 29th
- School Holiday
Tuesday, May 30th
- Final Exams - 3rd and 4th Periods
Wednesday, May 31st
- Final Exams - 5th, 7th, & 8th Periods
Thursday, June 1st
- Final Exams - 1st and 6th Periods
- Early Release - 12:45
- Softball Banquet in the Cafeteria - 6:00
Monday, June 5th
- Graduation at TCU's Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena - 7:00